How Many Of These Lesser-Known Cafes In Colaba Have You Eaten At?

    South Mumbai has its reputation of having the life, especially Colaba, that’s right down at the tip. So when there are places you haven’t visited to eat in an area that you know so well, you raise your eyebrows. Some of them are there, but ignored, while others aren’t as popular unless you’ve come to know about them through other people. Check out some of the places we discovered.

    Gables

    Gables

    Colaba, Mumbai

    Located opposite Shiv Mandir, Colaba, Gables is well known for its unique Goan cuisine. Apart from that, you’re sure to find some interesting Chinese and continental cuisine. it’s not a very big set up, and they can probably seat about 20 people at a time, but it’s worth a visit if you’re into Goan food.

    Don’t Miss: Goa sausage chilly fry and pulao, and the exceptional thalis here. 

    Kalpana Restaurant and Bar

    If you want to have a drink in Colaba and are on a shoestring budget, then Kalpana is there to help. Unlike Gokul which went through a revamp, Kalpana has retained its look and gives you some great food and decently priced drinks.

    Don’t Miss: Dal tadka and roti

    Kuai Kitchen

    A tiny joint, just off Colaba Causeway, Kuai Kitchen is known to serve some gobsmacking delicious Chinese food. Mostly a delivery place, it has about 4-5 tables set up, with graffiti on the walls that add to the quirkiness of the place. Don’t miss out on their corn curd and California crab sushi rolls!

    Don’t Miss: sushi, dumplings, and pad thai. 

    Sunshine Snack Corner

    Located near Colaba Post Office, this little eatery has always been known for its club sandwiches and has been around for more than 25 years or so. it has a lot of non-veg options and also serves quick food like puffs, rolls, samosas and burgers and sandwiches. They also serve biryanis, mince cutlets and desserts like apple pie, bread pudding, caramel custard and then some.

    Don’t Miss: sandwiches and puffs