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Bandra's Pali Village Cafe has us hooked with its French visuals & an elaborate bar menu

The ultimate location for a wine & dine episode with bae or a night of drunken revelry with your best buddies!

If you're amidst the bustling streets of Bandra West in search of a quiet escape powered by good grubs and wine, Mumbai has a place for you to be at. Pali Village Cafe has been a favourite amongst epicures who are a sucker for aesthetics paired with a perfect gluttonous session and at least for the sake of your 'gram, you've gotta be here!

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Tucked away at Pali Hill, the Pali Village Cafe is really easy to miss out on with no stark signboards aiding your search. Once when at the entrance, this space may feel quaint from the insides but the moment you step in, you'll know what spacious looks like! The cafe exudes a very laid-back vibe with its distressed walls and rustic furnishing and they have coupled the overall decor with dimly lit lights which make way for quite a romantic evening. The cafe actually feels like an oasis of calm and serves as a quick getaway from the rushing Mumbai crowds around.

An ol' school kinda restaurant with two levels split into an alfresco and air-conditioned area, the interiors give you much to ponder upon! Coming to the menu they've curated, they surely house some delicious fares for our ever-demanding carvings. Their sandwiches and pastas are hailed highly by foodies around and to wash it all down, their Sangria should be your call, especially the watermelon variant. To wrap up the meal, pick any of their desserts because they never disappoint with any!

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So when in and around this locale, head to the Pali Hill Village Cafe for your fix of serenity and good grubs. The ultimate location for a wine and dine episode with bae or a night of drunken revelry with your best buddies, this cafe has our hearts and palates! Bookmark this place right away and do make sure to drop by.

Location: 10, Pali Mala Road, Adarsh Nagar, Near Pali Bhavan, Pali Hill, Bandra West, Mumbai

Timings: 9am – 1am

Cost: ₹3,000 for two people (approx.) without alcohol

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