Navni posted on 23rd June

The 3 Newest Cafes To Hit Up In Shahpur Jat

Shahpur Jat hits us with a bunch of new boutiques every time we go, but the cafe scene isn’t moving at quite the same pace. However, our most recent visit unveiled some new finds. From momo to pizza to watermelon coolers, here are some cafes you can pig out at when you’re taking a break from all the lehenga shopping.

GreenR Store & Cafe

The ground floor houses the most beautiful accessories by brands like Dhora, Esha Zaveri and Nimai. The first floor {you have to climb a steep iron staircase} is a surprisingly large space, with a high ceiling. The overall look is grungy, done up in metal chairs, pots and plants and warm rugs. There’s no better way to describe this than hipster.

The menu is a mix of vegan and vegetarian food such as grapes and blue cheese sandwiches, and sweet potato croquettes. For your caffeine fix, they’re offering coffee from Blue Tokai. Don’t leave without trying the PiccoLicko gelato; we liked the strawberry cheesecake one.

PS: This is also a co-working space, so you might want to bring your laptop along and click clack all day in peace.

Cafes & Coffee Shops


We know what you’re thinking, but honestly, once you get past the name, this cafe will do great things for you. The ambience is a little confusing with quirky cycle bar stools with pedals, “emergency kits” on the wall holding cigarettes and vodka bottles, the smell of shisha, and uber loud music from the 90s blaring from the TV.

Refrain from rolling your eyes like we did, take a seat and peruse the menu. If you ask us, we’d definitely order the wild mushroom ragout, the chicken chilli momo and the pizza {these are so beautifully sized at such affordable prices}. The Kiss Of Melon mocktail is a great option in the heat. Plus, the staff is super-friendly and helpful.

Cafes & Coffee Shops

Remember Me Cafe

We’re beginning to think there’s a common community in charge of naming the cafes at Shahpur Jat. We only peeped in here out of curiosity {it’s opening soon} but were dumbstruck by the sheer beauty of the place. Starting from the detailed tiled floor, the large bay windows, the painted blue wood furniture and the blue glass bottles, to the cage pendant lamps embellished with flowers and bright yellow chandeliers, every little corner belongs on your Instagram.

The menu looks promising too: Think Mediterranean, Italian with a smattering of Indian thrown in.

PS: In case you haven’t checked out Puppychino at SPJ yet, it might be worth planning a visit with your pooch. Aaand, we also saw a board for Fashion Street Cafe {marked with a large blue cycle on glass} but we have no idea what this is about yet- we will tell you as soon as we do.