You can’t visit Mumbai without coming to Leopold’s cafe. It’s busy and noisy. A relative visited in 1936 and had the Stout with oysters, however it has been dropped from the menu :-)
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A very busy Brasserie style restaurant, for tourists more than locals. Table cleaning not very careful, and you have to insist a lot to get served. Having said that, my Tawa Masala Lobster was very good. And so was the chocolate pastry.
Our first meal of a two week trip to India was at the famous Leopold Cafe. The entrance and the cafe itself was crowded, but we still managed after an interesting 20 minute wait on the street to get seating for our family group of...More
Don’t go here expecting much if you’re anything of a foodie & have been around Mumbai. These days this is a pretty dingy, albeit famous & safe place for foreigners to eat. Everyone talks about it, so I had huge expectations. The menu is as...More
Obviously a very popular restaurant with tourists and locals alike as we had to queue for thirty minutes to get a table. It was packed three of us were squeezed onto a table for two and I was touching elbows with the person on the...More
Read about this place which was hit by terrorists in 2008. The bullet holes are still in the walls and roof. Besides that - busy with locals and tourists, interesting decor. Service good, prices on the high side, but there are complementary specials for their...More
i visited their twice and thier food is really awesome enjoy the beer and music in cafe it is very famous cafe since 18th century and thier food is reallly so tasty but it is too expensive for indian.