After experiencing a whole week of arts, culture and the best fusion of discussions it won’t be fair to not share it with my fellow lovely hearts and the few of you who follow my small blog for the little glitz, glam, and happening that my life has.
So, last week after a while I had a chance to visit the city that never sleeps, Mumbai for the lovely Appa Art Festival organised by few of my dear ones who gave me enough good reasons to not get struck down by the Monday blues that usually haunt us as a great weekend comes to an end.
I had an amazing time at the event which was from 13th to 15th August. It was a rich amalgamation of artists who came from different walks of Art forms. on the day of the event I was received by a friend who took me for a brunch at an awesome cafe called Grandmama’s Cafe!
Located in Dadar (E) in Mumbai, Grandmama’s Cafe is part of the iconic Pritam Da Dhaba which is owned by the Pritam Group of Hotels.
Situated amidst the hustle-bustle on a street near Dadar (E) station, this cafe stands like a- first- mist- of- monsoon, which will surely make you ‘a fresh one’ for the whole day!
The Cafe refreshes your eyes with the white and sea green facade, the green bicycle with a flower filled basket placed on the signboard will make you feel loved.
Mismatched white chairs and the pastel-hued chintz upholstery paired with distressed wooden tables come together for a vintage atmosphere. The worn out books placed on the walls make sure to make you look like you’re inside a countryside cottage.
We started with our first set of order which had: Tasty Brownie Nutella Shake enough to suffice your Nutella cravings for almost a week
Next was the Egg Benedict which was basically a poached Egg on English muffin with the delicious Vanilla Pancakes, and Spicy Akuri on Toast which was worth a eat for at least once in a lifetime.
The second feast which we decided to create on our table included: Tricolour Risotto which sounded fascinating and tasted delicious,there were Baby Potatoes flash fried and served with marinara sauce & mayo, left us wanting for more!
Next was Shakshuka With Crumbled Feta which is ratatouille of fried eggs with a spicy tomato & crumbled feta cheese is enough to make you drool, which was later controlled by Mushroom on Toast,The enriching feast was later complemented with their Cheesy Fondue which made us hefty on our stomachs.
At last, our meal ended with our single order of Tiramisu a light taste and easy to Finish dessert which made us tired to finish itself.
Overall, the food, ambience, interiors and services all were awesome. Grandmama’s cafe has become my personal favourite and surely on my bucket list for my next Mumbai visit.