When in SoBo, you'll surely be greeted by a plethora of places to chill at and it's obviously difficult to choose one because of the goodness they all come with! Think on the lines of aesthetics and minimalism and we're sure, you'll chance upon many like that.

Making this legion of cafes even cooler is one of our favourites, Cafe Dori, which offers bite-sized meals and artisanal coffees like no other in the locale.

An extension of Nappa Dori, Cafe Dori is a Pan-European Café, which has drawn inspirations from French, English and East European cuisines. All of this is highly reflected in the ambience and decor here and if you're a coffee connoisseur, this is the place where you should be.

What's Good?

Cafe Dori clearly understands our obsession with coffee. They have laid a certain emphasis on their coffee menu, offering a wide selection of hot and cold brews. Cafe Dori's coffee is sourced from local artisans and the beans are grown across different plantations in India.

But they haven't forgotten the teaholics as well. Alongside the amazing range of coffee, Cafe Dori also has options in iced and hot teas and kombucha too, which keeps us hooked always. If you're on a cleanse, they also have fresh juices and smoothies, to back your health goals.

Cafe Dori's food has also introduced us to European home-style dishes so be it a late brekkie plan or an evening chitchat sesh with your pals, you gotta come here! Try the Calamari Tiganita, Pan Seared John Dory, Chicken Pierogi and wrap it all up, with their Chocolate Skittle Cookie.

Knock Knock

What makes this place even more awesome? Cafe Dori is pet-friendly too, offering specially prepared food treats for dogs! So if you're looking for outing options but have no one to go with, bring in your doggo along with you. A cup of perfect coffee and your doggo beside you; can it get any better?!

Location: Nappa Dori, 2, Sunny House, Mereweather Road, Colaba, Mumbai

Timings: 10am – 8pm

Cost: ₹700 for two people (approx.)

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