It's very Marais district, this little white room of a patisserie, tucked away into a neat corner just straight down and left from the popular Kala Ghoda Café, of carrot cake fame. The Pantry makes the Kala Ghoda by-lane chic, with letters frosted on wide, friendly windows, high-beamed ceilings, white-tiled walls, window seats, baroque door knobs and small, cosy tables with pointy-legged Heller chairs. This is where Mumbai's fashionable come to nibble—"Just a salad for me", "A sandwich looks good"; Dalal Street bustles on behind. It is a pity the tables don't quite spill over on to the streets, but the small room encloses as small a space as is possible (around 10 tables) to keep it constantly looking full.
Rs. 550 per person