Shying away from the general humdrum of Bandra in the quiet lane called Waroda Road is Café Condi, whipping up both sweet crêpes and savoury galettes in a cosy place.
Getting to Café Condi will require a small walk from a nearby lane where you will have to abandon your transport. But walking always helps work up an appetite so no complaints there. Located right next to Imbiss, you will spot a cool-looking, double-storey eatery. They have seating for about six people downstairs and a mezzanine floor with three tables and a cosier feel (be careful on the steep staircase though). With mood lighting and aesthetically done interiors, you might end up ordering extra just to spend some more time here.
They have a short and sweet menu which can still prove to be challenging when you finally get down to order. The vegetarians can either go for the spinach, mushroom and cheese option or their pesto, bocconcini & balsamic tomatoes variant which is what is inching closer to be a crowd favourite. For the meat-eaters, goa sausages (also the owner’s favourite) and smoked salmon with lemon cream cheese are recommended.
After a round of savouries, binge on a Nutella banana crêpe, or a poached pear, Danish blue cheese, walnut & honey crêpe. This peaceful eatery is a great spot to while away some time as you look over colourful Bandra houses, challenging each other in a game or two (they have board games).
Oh! And they also have a small mattress situation outside the café too. So you can work out of the cafe with your laptop, do some yoga, or just lie down with a book.