A Hidden Gem In Churchgate With Some Yum Dishes & Desserts In The Menu

    What Makes It Awesome?

    Mockingbird is one spacious and picturesque cafe at Churchgate. The greenery outside the cafe just adds to the beauty of this place. They have interesting and quirky quotes adorning the walls of the cafe, that keep you engrossed throughout. Also, if you're in the mood of playing board games with your friends, Mockingbird will have that sorted as they plenty of games available as well as a library to keep avid readers occupied. The menu is pretty extensive and there's something for everyone's palate. I'd recommend their Spicy Cajun Paneer and Baked Mushroom with Cheese and Pepper Aioli. The Mushroom was flavourful and well balanced. The Spicy Cajun Paneer was soft and a perfect melt in the mouth appetizer. Do try the Spaghetti Arrabiata and Burmese Coconut and Noodles Curry. The latter was something like Khao Suey, except that this didn't have an array of toppings served with it. They also have a variety of pizzas and flatbreads on their menu. If you're health-conscious, you can take your pick from an array of soups and salads they offer, as well as the other healthy options available. The drinks menu has plenty of cocktails, mocktails, smoothies and freak shake. They have a good variety of desserts too. I'd recommend Vanilla Panna Cotta in desserts if you want to try something offbeat. I loved the texture of the Panna Cotta, and it wasn't oversweet. The Panna Cotta was served on a bed of Orange Caramel sauce and Chia seeds. The tartness of the sauce was something I could make do without. If you're an early bird who loves exploring different places for breakfast, then you could drop by this place as they also have a tempting breakfast menu. In totality, Mockingbird Cafe Bar encompasses a serene ambience, warm service and scrumptious delicacies.

    How Much Did It Cost?

    ₹1,000 - ₹3,000

    Best To Go With?

    Family, Big Group