Grandmama’s Café is made with so much love, that it is overwhelming!
The café makes you happy by its mere vibe and decor. Vintage floral wallpapers, turquoise blue wooden doors and cupboards, colourful lampshades, random decor and knick knacks, recipe books, cups and saucers hanging from wooden cabinets and so many things that make this café really really cute and adorable. Hanging flower pots and random colourful tin boxes like from grandma’s rooms, books shelves, super cute sofas… this place is more colourful than the shade cards!
We especially loved the colourful Spanish tiles on the flooring and the table tops and the Chintz seating. They add a distinct charm to the decor.
They have an indoor and outdoor seating. The outdoor area is not huge but really cozy and comfy. They also have a big waiting area. The indoor section is chic, mid-sized with a kitchen and dessert counter at the far end. They have a good selection of music and it is not very loud.
The café is buzzing with the energy of patrons. The service is friendly and helpful.
The menu is well expanded with lots of options in English breakfast, all day menu, waffles, pancakes, egg dishes, juices and Indian options like Rajma Chawal. Talk about comfort food, Indian style!
We tried Hazelnut Frappe and Choco Chill. Hazelnut frappe was a mildly strong option with a good blend of coffee and hazelnut. Choco Chill is cold coffee with lots of whipped cream and chocolate sauce. Loved this one!
Kejriwal Grandmama’s Style was mind-freaking-blowing! So delicious that it is heavenly!
Bread topped with sauteed mushrooms, egg white and a lip-smacking green chilli cheese sauce! The mushrooms have a smokey flavour and the cheese sauce stole the show in one swift swing! This dish is absolutely amazing and a must have here!
Grandmama’s Café is a perfect place for a quick fix meal or for spending hours chit-chatting over good coffee.
The café is generally packed with a long waiting. They do not accept table bookings, so it is better to come here at an early hour of you want to avoid long waits. We got lucky on our third attempt. Weekends are totally beyond question at peak hours (which is always!)