Best Organic Cafes In Mumbai For A Breakfast Date With Your Child
Healthy eating is in and is catching up slowly. If you thought eating out, has to be all about unhealthy and fast food, you are wrong. Organic food is the way forward, and Mumbai is leading the other cities with its specially designed eateries that cater to the healthy consumer in each of us. From gluten-free to vegan, to homemade specials- the options are plenty in these organic cafes. Sit back and enjoy this relaxing weekend, as we tell you the 5 best organic cafes in Mumbai you need to head out to with your kids over the weekend.
Goa comes live to Bandra and how! This all-wooded decored eatery, nestled in the busy streets of Bandra, is owned by Ashish Madan and Jennifer Mallick and is a people's favourite already. From cakes, to cookies, to salads, to upmas, and kheema pav- this place is famous for all of them. Treat your kids to their special granola bowl!
Location: Shop 1-5, Waroda Road, Behind American Express Bakery, Near Jude Bakery, Hill Road, Bandra West
Contact: 022 26422323
Sequel Bistro & Juice Bar
Bandra is home to some of the best foods- that are healthy, tasty and not run-of-the-mill stuff. Sequel in Bandra West is one such food joint. Experience the best organic recipes made of ingredients from across the world. Focussing on healthy wholesome ingredients specially sourced from Mexico, Peru, Australia, Sequel is famous for their salads and how! Try their Avocado Punch and Organic Kale Chips- will make your day!
Location: Shop 2, Solace, 33rd Road, Near Eye Max, Pali Hill, Bandra West
The Yoga House brings together the two best things anyone will need! With a yoga studio and an open-air rooftop cafe packed in one- this should be your weekend hangout. Their food concept is based on cutting-edge macrobiotic recipes rooted in ancient dietary wisdom and traditions. The menu centers around whole cereal grains, seeds and nuts, and local, seasonal fruits and vegetables. Check out their specials named "I am Detoxifying" and "I am Fighting".
Location: Nargis Villa (Water Bungalow), Sherley Rajan Road, Opposite ICICI Bank, Carter Road, Bandra West
Contact: 022 65545001
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The Kitchen Garden By Suzette
Mumbai now has its own 'straight from the farm' eatery! With their own little organic farm and homegrown vegetables, this place is turning out to be super famous. If you are a fan of baked eggs and Caeser salads, head straight to this place. Kids will love their exclusive collection of salads and sandwiches.
Location: 8/9, Gasper Enclave, St. John Street, Pali Naka, Near Suzette, Opposite Gold’s Gym, Pali Hill, Bandra West
Contact: 022 26458176
So-Bo fans, alert! Head straight to this all-day bakery cafe that celebrates fresh, local produce and simple rustic flavours. Their 'straight out of the oven' collections will be any child's delight- served with fresh homemade mustard tomato relish and side salad. Also, try their 'Artisanal Wiches' made from organic flour bread.
Location: Yeshwant Chambers, Military Square Lane, Near Trishna, Kala Ghoda, Fort
Contact: 022 22678901
Facebook: The Pantry
Healthy can be tasty and The Village Sho shows you how! You will have a hard time choosing from a range of gluten-free cakes and pastas, salted caramel banana smoothie, shitake mushroom burgers, kheema pav, lamb stew and lasagna with avocado sauce. They present their tummy-filling delights in a soul-satisfying manner that just makes eating out all the more special!
53, Serpis Villa, Chimbai Road, Hill Road, Bandra West
Facebook: The Village Shop
Bombay Salad Co.
Another of Bandra's pride, Bombay Salad Company keeps innovating with their range of recipes- from salads, wraps, sandwiches, smoothies, juices to healthy desserts. Make sure your kids try their cinnamon hot chocolate after they are done with their special salads!
Location: Shop 1,16th Road, Linking Road, Bandra West
Contact: 022 26000270
Facebook:Bombay Salad Co.
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