Coffee Culture – Food Review

Coffee culture is a very spacious, retro and an attractive cafe located in Hill Road, Bandra west. It is decorated with really cool frames and posters, and the furniture gives a very funky look to the entire place.

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Coffee Culture, Bandra branch

After so much buzz about this cafe, I wanted to visit it and give it a try. The ambience was obviously very cheerful and dramatic with some light music in the background. Hands down, I have to say that this cafe is a good looking one.

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Interiors at the cafe
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Unique lightings and amazing interiors

The menu is wide. By wide, I mean it has literally everything. From maggi to Pav Bhaji, sizzlers to sandwiches, burgers to pizza, everything! Even their mocktails and coffee menu has a lot of variety so there is one thing for sure that Coffee culture is a place for every taste.

I had ordered a non veg Alfredo pasta and a thin crust cicilia pizza. The presentation of food was quite different yet simple. The service was okayish, not very slow or fast. I had to wait for approximately 25 minutes for my order to arrive.

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Thin crust Cicilia pizza and Creamy Alfredo pasta

Alfredo is a classic but when it goes wrong, it can really disappoint you. It was a creamy cheese and butter pasta, prepared with seasoned italian parmesan and fettuccine, high-quality organic butter, along with sliced grilled chicken. The pasta was very well cooked as well as perfectly creamy. I loved it.

My other order for the day was a thin crust cicilia veg pizza with garlic bread. The pizza was layered with juicy tomato sauce, topped with some fresh onions and capsicums, and covered completely with sautéed mushrooms and mozzarella cheese. The pizza was crispy and very cheesy so its safe to say that you can order a pizza without worrying about the taste!

For dessert, I had ordered a sizzling brownie. The brownie was well baked but I think the chocolate sauce could have been better. The brownie did not really work for me.

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Sizzling Brownie

A good ambience, service and food quality is a complete package served by Coffee Culture so this place definitely deserves one visit and it won’t disappoint you, I am sure.

Location: 2 outlets in Mumbai (visited the Bandra west branch)
Ratings: 3.5/5 (Not happy with the brownie)
Average Cost: 800-1000 for two

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6 Comments Add yours

  1. Wow, that sizzling brownie looks incredible!

    When I travelled for a month in India (not Mumbai) back in 1985, whilst solo-backpacking around the world for 12 months, I never saw one coffee shop only tea spots – how times have changed.

    Many thanks for stopping by my Travel and Photography blog.

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    1. Qusai Kasim says:

      It tasted delicious. Oh that’s a long time back. Mumbai/India has changed drastically over the years. Now whole of India is filled with cafe spots, it’s like a trend!

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      1. The whole world is filled with cafe spots. Malaysia but especially KL has a Starbucks on just about every corner – awful quality coffee!

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      2. Qusai Kasim says:

        Oh yes I am aware of that. Stayed in Kuala Lumpur for 5 years and Starbucks was present in every second street. The craze is just insane there!

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      3. I was so surprised as I really don’t like their coffee and it’s expensive.

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      4. Qusai Kasim says:

        Yes one of the most expensive coffees in the world. TBH i am a fan of starbucks not for their coffee but the ambience and environment

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