It is a very nice place to relax and have some great food. I have tasted some nice food here -I was here with some friends for a college play- Garlic Bread, Broccoli-chestnut dimsums , Achari paneer Tikka, Spinach & Garlic Naan and Hot Chocolate -all this was enough for 3 people and even though it was a bit costly but I liked it all.
This café is an oasis in the hot sunny days of Mumbai. A mirage almost missable in size but cant miss for taste. Shaded and cool NCPA Café offers you the best of all foods. Their Litchi Martini ( for sweet cocktain lovers) is unmissable.. ofcourse the Khao Suey is the best ever. Mighty eaters BEWARE... the portions are for size 0 people. The chocolate cigar is just fabulous. Also the menu choice, which ranges from delicious and well presented Burgers and Pizzas to Dim Sums and Biriyanis.
Cafe at the NCPA has a very good location to begin with. In addition to the outdoor seating arrangement, the delicious food to add to the ambiance is just perfect!
I visited this place for the first time for a friends treat and thereafter took my mom for diner, on her birthday. it is a place that promises good food and some calm and soothing environment to go with. The breeze from the sea just opposite is the cherry on the cake.
Everything ordered on both my visits to this place has never disappointed me. The paneer tikka, cocca, loaded fries were very tasty. The best among all the dishes ordered was the khao suey. truly, a place one must visit when in Mumbai.
Outdoor seating, live kitchen, spacious and well spread tables, good service, various options to eat/drink and great ambiance. what more can one ask for. Their Litchi Martini ( for sweet cocktain lovers) is unmissable.. ofcourse the Khao Suey is the best ever. Mighty eaters BEWARE... the portions are for size 0 people.I started with the black olive foccacia with mozzarella and tomato basil pesto sandwich which was nice and crunchy, then moved onto a spicy thai beefed salad which was also very good.
Having an open air cafe is always a nice feeling when you go to eat. Also, they have these huge stoves and stuff where some of the items are cooked in the open. I started with the black olive foccacia with mozzarella and tomato basil pesto sandwich which was nice and crunchy, then moved onto a spicy thai beefed salad which was also very good. A friend ordered the shrimp and chive dumplings and the egg and garlic fried rice which was also quiet tasty.
We went here during the winter. We actually got confused and reserved a table at Amadeus next door. On reaching the Cafe we were informed that we did not have a reservation and thats we realized our error. The lady at the reception informed us that if we wait for a while she make sure a table was available. This on a night when she already had a lot of reservations. Thankfully, we were allocated a table in about 10 mins. The table though was not great as it was at the other end of the cafe with a lot of foliage (small trees and plants and other stuff). The service was also quite good. We did most of the ordering based on our Servers recommendation and it all turned out to be quite nice. Talking about the food, since this was a cafe we did not expect a lot of it but were pleasantly surprised by the selection. Besides the usual sandwiches the appetizers were quite interesting. The portions were quite small and comparing that with the prices it really is quite an expensive affair. We were celebrating and hence had ordered wine too so that did not favor our wallets much. But then thats what should expect for a Cafe located inside the NCPA, right? Overall a decent experience.?Will we visit this place again? Hmm maybe not.?
We had the Grilled Bambaya Chutney & Vegetable Sandwich with Cheddar Cheese and the Seasonal Fruit (Mango) Milkshake. The Grilled Bambaya Chutney & Vegetable Sandwich with Cheddar Cheese was great. It was served with a side of coleslaw and some fries. The fries were good, the coleslaw could be ignored and the sandwich was great - the cheese was perfectly placed between the vegetables, every bite was juicy and the vegetables were crisp. The Bambaya Chutney was good - it had this particular mix of flavors that were neither too spicy nor too sour - it was a delight. The Mango Milkshake was a nice. It was a smooth blend of some fresh mango flavor and some creamy yet light milk. The color, the aroma and the texture pleased the senses. The place is lovely, the ambiance is good and the staff is pleasant. However, be prepared to wait for at least 30 minutes for a table, else grab a takeaway and enjoy it while you stroll around Nariman Point.