Breakfast



Going out to eat isn't always about cravings. Often enough, mealtimes dictate our choices, limiting restaurant possibilities. When circumstances narrow the options, let 10Best help. We'll direct you to the best Breakfast restaurants in Mumbai and save you the hassle of calling around for business hours. 10Best readers find much to enjoy at Barista thanks to its all-around good offerings. It's also hard to beat Leopold Café, which serves just what you're looking for when you're in the market for a great Breakfast.


Theobroma


Locals and expats gather at Theobroma each morning for fabulous, freshly-baked bread, biscuits and brownies. Sweet tooths can take their pick from pastries, cakes, unusual breads, gourmet chocolates and good Italian coffee. Many people buy food...  Read More


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Colaba
Barista


Forget Starbucks – Barista is the leading coffee-shop chain in Mumbai. Locals and travellers come here in droves to sip on convincing cappuccino, espresso, European-style tea, sinful smoothies and coffee shakes. There are dozens of branches...  Read More


Barista Crème


A spin-off from the Barista coffee chain, Barista Crème takes the concept of the coffee-shop and adds in deli sandwiches, salads, cheese melts and sweet hot and cold desserts. People still come here to enjoy full-flavoured espresso and...  Read More


Café Coffee Day


One of India's leading coffee-chains, Café Coffee Day serves up real espresso, cappuccino and other Italian favourites, made with real Arabica beans. Locals flock here for coffee, smoothies and sweet cakes, plus the modern, international...  Read More


Mocha


Probably Mumbai's trendiest coffeeshop, Mocha serves a full range of teas, herbal infusions and espresso-based coffees, plus beers, wines, spirits and – the main attraction – an intoxicating selection of herbal tobaccos in tall shisha pipes....  Read More


Ideal Corner


One of a dwindling number of Parsi restaurants in Mumbai, Ideal Corner serves up tasty Irani dishes to workers from nearby offices. It's a modest-looking place, but the food is blisteringly authentic. The dhansak (meat and lentil curry) and boti...  Read More


Café Mondegar


A Colaba institution, this convivial pub and restaurant has been pulling in the punters since the 1970s, when Goan cartoonist Mario Miranda painted the colourful murals on the walls. Known affectionately as Mondy's, the restaurant pulls in a...  Read More


Leopold Café


A traveller institution, Leopold is crowded nightly with visitors from across the globe. The large open-plan dining room is an atmospheric place to enjoy Chinese, Indian and continental food – the tandoori and Irani dishes are particularly...  Read More


Tea Centre


Run by the Tea Board of India, this quaint teashop and restaurant offers traditional English afternoon tea, served in polished silver teapots. Topping the list is the tippy orange pekoe from Darjeeling. The dining room has display boards...  Read More


Mocambo Café


A nostalgic vision of Europe is conjured up at this cheerful restaurant in the centre of the Fort business district. The menu includes oddities like mushroom crepes and cheese fondue, as well as more familiar dishes like pasta, pizza and...  Read More


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