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Cafe Free India

Lower ParelSouth Mumbai  

  • 02224367681, 09371653855, 09022780909
  • Ground Floor, 39/4, 1, Khatija Bai Chawl, NM Joshi Marg, Opposite Deepak Cinema, Lower Parel, Mumbai
  • Continental, European, Italian
  • Meal for 2 - 1000
3.0

11 Reviews / 11 Ratings

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Dibeyendu - Burrp User

Dibeyendu

8 Reviews

September 29,2014

2.2

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Funny place

Thjis place is hilarioius. Went with a friend, I ordered pasta, he ordered a pizza. The pizza came first and the pasta 20 minutes afterwards, so we essentially dines separately. When I pointed this out to the service guy he didn't seem to get it.

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Dibeyendu

8 Reviews

September 29,2014

2.2

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Funny place

Thjis place is hilarioius. Went with a friend, I ordered pasta, he ordered a pizza. The pizza came first and the pasta 20 minutes afterwards, so we essentially dines separately. When I pointed this out to the service guy he didn't seem to get it.

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3.2

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nice place good burgers

Cafe free India serves some really good , tried the jucy lucy burger and it was good.

this place is good to catch up with friends and isnt all that expensive for the big burgers that they sell


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If you prefer continental

The location is some thing which you can miss as it's located in one of the bi-lanes of lower parel bang opposite to Deepak cinema . It's a hotspot for office lunches. The cuisine is a mix of continental , oriental and Italian with some fabulous choice of burgers .

I have personally tried the grilled chicken , garlic lemon rice , chicken ala Kiev and they are simply amazing . If you prefer salads try out the Caesar salad chicken .

If you are planning for lunch be there well in time as the cafe is full by 1:15 - 1:30 pm with corporate crowd .

The ambience is simple and promotes upcoming artists whose work is displayed every where in the cafe .

The cafe has lots to offer and every thing is just amazing . Portioning could have been better though .

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3.3

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Burger Heaven

This small quaint place at Lower Parel hits on all the right notes when it comes to the food. The home made burgers are such a refreshing change to the fast food burgers you get nowadays. Till now I have tried the grilled chicken & the grilled lamb burger and both have made me a happy person. Even the batter fried calamari with the jalapeno mayo is a must try especially while waiting….now this is the point where café free india fails miserably. I believe it’s a one man army when it comes to service. The wait time between the appetizer and main course is easily around 45 mins to an hr. And this happens when the restaurant is pretty empty, I pity the customers coming in during the peak hours. Anyways to leave on a good note I will still patronize the restaurant only bcoz of its burgers! Three cheers to the chef!

P.S – they declined ticket vouchers when it came to billing eventhough they have a poster outside.

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Couldn't get enough of the Cafe Free India food

Couldn't get enough of the Cafe Free India food when I worked around that area. The bacon wrapped prawns, pizzas and the gooey chocolate chip brownie are to DIE for! The pastas are equally delicious. If you haven't tried it yet, your definitely missing out on some delicious food!

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penocchio

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November 26,2013

3.3

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Ok-Ok

It was on my mind since a year to visit this place, cos of all the reviews id read about it. The place looks great, the location convenient. and for me, it ended over there.
Besides the fact there is no parking facility, valet or otherwise, the food is overpriced and the variety not that great, I expected more variants of eclectic classical Indo-Brit-Conti cuisine. But it was the usual run-of-the-mill menu and I wasnt thrilled to bits with the pot rice I was served.
Would give it a 3/5, where the 3 is only for the decor.

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Cozy place, Lovely food!

My first experience with Café Free India was less than satisfactory. On a Sunday evening last month, I decided to check out this café as I had been hearing good reviews of the same and also since I was around the area. We reached the place around 7 pm but it looked shut with grills put. We called them immediately but were told to come post 8pm since it was their “relaxing time” then, after their 12 noon to 4pm shift. Now obviously we were in no mood to wait for an hour and so we moved ahead. I wondered (and still do) as to how much clientele these guys could actually be losing by having such a late second shift.

Last Saturday I decided to give them another chance and this time visited them around 8.30-45pm. Thankfully it was not just open but also totally empty. We were the first ones to walk in and as we did so the person sitting at the counter greeted us and asked us to sit wherever we wished to. He served us water from a cute looking jug which had a long pod of fresh Mint leaves in it which he said was changed every day. It sure did add a bit freshness to the water. Good concept.

We ordered the Creamy Mushroom Bruschettas for starters and Peach ice tea to sip on. We asked him to get the best he had in vegetarian pizzas (since we were confused with options!) and he immediately said that Pizza Mexicana would be perfect!

While our food took its time to get ready, we comfortably explored every nook of the tiny cozy looking café (a privilege one gets when he is the sole customer!). The ambience is definitely one of the main reasons which must be drawing people to this place. The café was cozy and warm (in the literal sense too, it was warm as for some reason they did not switch on the ACs even after we came; there was just a small single wall fan which cooled us that evening!) and had an antique sort of feel to it with its wall made of bricks and whitewashed. It had a big rack of books and magazines on the side of the table where we sat and as I pulled out one book, I realized that it was quite dusty and put it back again. There were quirky looking frames on the walls (which had price tags on it and were purportedly for sale) as well as big photoframes that had classic pictures of old Bombay on it. Interesting stuff.

Meanwhile our food arrived and we returned back to our seats to enjoy the same. Both, the pizza and the bruschetta were simply delightful. The Mushroom Bruschetta, true to its name was creamy and loaded with Mushrooms – totally divine! We were served a good 8 pieces of this divinity – God bless them! The Pizza was cooked to perfection and totally suited my taste. A bit spicy yes, but totally loved it! The combo of the slightly spicy pizza and the creamy Bruschetta couldn’t have been better! I had heard that their ice-teas are good but sadly they weren’t up to the mark that day. Also, no one really seemed interested in asking how the meal was or anything else as while we left the café, there was just no one around. However, it could have been just an odd day and I am hoping that things are better the next time I visit them.

Coming to the food, the Pizza and the Bruschettas are definitely on my list of must-haves the next time I visit. However, I cannot wait to try the Burgers, about which I have heard a lot of good stuff! So glad I gave this place another chance! Confirmed my belief that first impressions may not always be the last impressions!

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3.0

Cozy corner in hustle bustle

On the busy area of lower parel, opp deepak cinema is this small eatery. It caters to take away which is very popular in lower parel area hence on a sat night there were just a handful of us there. But I am not complaining as long as the food is good. It has a limited menu with few dishes. We shared a 'Bombay Pizza' which was pizza topped with spices which tasted very suspicioulsy like pav bhaji and it worked... The cheese was very well melted. Not the thinnest crust but very good decent pizza. We washed it with lemon iced tea which was well made. The place is quite cozy and they have a book shelf which is perfect to snuggle with on a Sunday afternoon. Damages about 350 per person.

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4.0

comfortfying place

here with nice food ther's also nice staff which coperates it is very airy and comfortable . i love asian pot curry the most

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4.0

Cozy place

Lovely place for a quick lunch. The food is light and varied, the space is very airy, there's a magazine rack and free wifi, and the staff is very courteous. Go for the Asian Pot Curry!

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