Lately, my visits to Mumbai has increased greatly. I have been a foodie and a reviewer/blogger for quite sometime now, majorly for Delhi NCR but now due to travel schedules, I decided to write a review for some worthy outlets of Mumbai too. I knew Bombay Coffee House is well known and respected brand on Mumbai, known by foodies outside Mumbai too. Though, this wasn’t the only reason for my visit to this place, but was the deciding factor.
Honestly, as per my time here, I don’t have much to share for the food or drinks, but I am all praise for the prompt service and friendly staff. For staff in this industry, it is a very tough job to do and maintaining that calm is very appreciable. I myself have been a restaurateur so I know the efforts one has to put day in and day out; working hours are more than usual job, dealing with tons of different kind of people throughout the day. I really respect the people in this industry and am always full of praises who manages the calm and remain patient with their customers.
Kudos to the staff and their service.
I would still like to share here about my treat at BCH. I had a Vietnamese Cold Coffee to accompany the savouries. For savouries I treated my taste buds with a Spicy Potato Hash Brown Burger & a Paneer Bhurji Sandwich and a Red Velvet Jar to conclude. All in all, I loved everything I had here to the bits. Paneer Bhurji Sandwich was and Hash Brown Burger were served with french fries (so crisp), and were so succulent that I couldn’t waste an ounce of them at all even when I was too full. Red Velvet Jar was perfectly balanced with the flavours and the sweetener, near perfect it was. And for Vietnamese Cold Coffee, it is more like a cold mochaccino (cold Americano coffee served with skimmed milk on the side), just what I needed.
Overall it was a great experience and I am all praise for BCH, wish I could have explored more food options there but never say never.