Too many articles have been written, a lot of adjectives penned but our love for coffee isn’t simply comprehendible by our fancy mortal words! Coffee can boost any glum mood and we can effortlessly glug one cup of coffee after another, to keep us going through the string of deadlines, stress and life in general.

The heady aroma of the beans teamed with frothy milk and just the perfect amount of sugar, all whipped into a foamy concoction, makes for the habitual start of our day. This ain’t just a beverage for us; it’s a ritual we swear by and getting it right is quite a task!

For those coffee connoisseurs who don't have the time to search for good coffee around or are dependent on instant-coffee for the lack of their version of the ‘perfect brew’, we’ve got news. We’ve listed the top 5 coffee shops in Mumbai which you will love a latte!

1. La Folie Lab

One of the most Instagrammy coffee shops in Mumbai, La Folie Lab is known for its variants of fresh brew and a classic brunch menu, all within pocket-friendly prices. Their French Press, Vietnamese Coffee and Cortado are the highly-recommended picks from the concentrated beverage menu and we’re a fan of the Siphon too.

They even have all-day breakfast options so you can pick a Smoothie Bowl if calories are on your watch or simply opt for their Chicken Chipotle Benedict. Their Chicken Basilica is also on every foodie’s to-eat list, so you cannot miss out on this one at all. The aesthetic decor makes for a relaxed ambience and great Insta-stories. So hop on here to sip on your favourite kinda java while munching on delicious tucks!

Location: 1, Ground Floor, Libra Towers, Opposite St.Peter's Church, Hill Road, Bandra West, Mumbai

Timings: 8:30 am – 12 midnight

Cost: ₹1,200 for two people (approx.)

2. Easy Cappuccino

This newbie here at Pali Hill is where you can get your daily caffeine fix at really economical price-points! Easy Cappuccino is a minimalistic coffee hub where you can enjoy your cuppa in peace without the generic hustle-bustle, like at the other cafes around.

They have 3 sorts of blends, namely, Dark, Medium and Arabica and you do have the option of choosing the kind of milk you want to team it with. They even have the Arabica variant of coffee here, which makes it a one-stop destination for all caffeine diggers! When here and hungry, go for their hand-tossed thin-crust pizzas to cut through the sweetness and you’re gonna be a fan.

Easy Cappuccino is also soon launching a coffee-membership, so you just gotta let go of 8k for a year and you can enjoy a free cup of java regularly- one of the best deals really.

Location: Shop 6, Shiv Asthan CHSL, 16th TPS Road, Pali Hill, Bandra West

Timings: 7am – 11pm

Cost: ₹300 for two people (approx.)

Also Read: Pick a Dark or Medium roast of Arabica, here at the all new Easy Cappuccino, Bandra!

3. Blue Tokai Coffee Roasters

Who really needs a description for Blue Tokai Coffee Roasters? If you’re a true-blue coffee person, you must’ve heard about or visited this place at least once!

Famed for their delish blends and sumptuous snacks, Blue Tokai Coffee Roasters has taken over the tea-lovin’ crowds too! It has presented us with a whole new world of diverse flavours and strong javas and you’ll be hooked at the first bite.

When here, pick up a mug of Cappuccino for your caffeine needs and if hungry, choose the Croissant or Bagel to shush your rumbling tummy! Their Hot Coffee, Custard, Hot Chocolate and Iced Latte are also amidst the top picks from their menu.

Location: Shop 7, Rays House CHS Limited, New Kantwadi, Off Perry Road, Pali Hill, Bandra West, Mumbai

Timings: 7am – 11pm

Cost: ₹700 for two people (approx.)

4. KCROASTERS- A Koinonia Project

Although a little difficult to locate, KCROASTERS- A Koinonia Project is worth your regular visits because its menu and ambience will never tire you out. Their baristas know what they’re doing, so if you’re looking for a good sesh when in Khar, here’s where you should be!

Their Salted Caramel Affogato, Flat White Coffee and Vietnamese Coffee are our go-to orders and even if you pick otherwise, you won’t be disappointed.

Location: 66 Chuim Village, Off Dr. BR Ambedkar Road, Khar, Mumbai

Timings: 7:30am – 10pm

Cost: ₹500 for two people (approx.)

5. Kalopsia Artisan Coffee

Another newbie in Bandra West, Kalopsia Artisan Coffee is a cute and minimally put-together place which serves a selection of amazing cold brew, Turkish coffee and their Vietnamese coffee is already a raging hit.

Amidst the sweet options, if you’re looking for something savoury, definitely go for the Caramelized Onion Denish with Feta Cheese and wash it all down with their Chili Cinnamon Mocha and thank us later!

Location: Shop-5, Pearl Heaven Society, Near Lilavati Hospital, Chapel Road, Pali Hill, Bandra West, Mumbai

Timings: 8am – 10pm

Cost: ₹700 for two people (approx.)

Knock Knock

Now that we’ve listed these 5 places for your daily caffeine fix, go over to check ‘em out ASAP because you might just stumble upon your new favourite coffee room in the city!

Also Read: How many of these 7 facts do you know about coffee? Read & find out now!

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