Italian food!

Mocambo Cafe, Fort, Mumbai
Italian Cuisine


If you have a penchant for food(mind it-not proper indian food!) and dont mind trying out new stuff then mumbai is the place to be. Italian, continental, chinese, mexican- name it and you have a place to meet up your expectations!Mocambo cafe is one of the well known places in mumbai which serves you continental and italian cuisines. Its a small place with two levels of seating and is generally full at all times-thanks to the yummy food :-p they serve! A lot of sophisticated people and phirangs around-so in case you are not having fun with the people you have come, you can spend your time watching people and not to forget eating!! And this is for the guys-for a change you have a sweet female all decked up, standing right there at the entrance to open the door for you with a warm smile on her face!!

I had been there twice. First time it was just me and a friend so had to be careful about the bill and all. But still we had a lasagne-layers of cheese with mushrooms and other vegetables stuffed in between and a portion of garlic bread. But the second time, I went there with my office mates(7 of us) and we had a coupon worth 3000 bucks with us-fokat ka khaana yippie!! All of us had to literally hog to consume the food worth the price of our coupon!! We ordered the starters first which included-lemon mushrooms, babycorn sticks, a portion of mashed potatoes, garlic breads with cheese and a lot of non veg stuff which I dont remember as I am a vegetarian! Our main course included-Penne pasta in white sauce with lotsa garlic and cheese, spaghetti in Arabiatta(red) sauce and an italian rice dish in white sauce. The food was amazing-especially the lemon mushrooms-we had ordered for two more plates after the first one :-) Pastas were good too-only problem being all dishes in white sauce were tasting the same,but nevertheless they were tasty!We had pizzas too which were so different and better from the regular dominos and pizza hut pizzas!They were so tasty by themselves that no seasonings were required to make them better! We finished off our dinner with gooey double chocolate torte which was yummy again :-p

Best part-inspite of eating so much our bill came out to be around 1800 (which included the drinks too!). So we ended up buying a chocolate cake for ourselves which we had taken to the office!!So all in all a reasonable and good place to be!

5 Comments:

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    By Blogger aravinda, at 2:59 AM  

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  • Mocambo cafe is a nice little place to dine. its more suitable to small groups because it's small and can get very loud if a big group goes there.

    The desserts are recommended strongly.

    By Blogger Kapil, at 4:50 AM  

  • That’s an interesting post. I wonder if we have anything similar here, I shall have to investigate. The food sounds good, as did the whole experience, would you go there again? Very colourful foods.

    By Blogger pradip kakoti, at 10:32 PM  

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