7 All Day Breakfast Cafes in Mumbai


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Surrounded by potted plants that create your own little green patch, comfortable cane chairs, framed photographs of charming old houses in Bandra and a cosy sit out greet you when you walk into the Bagel Shop, one of Bandra's most loved hangouts. You're most likely to find yourself seated next to locals who choose to bring a book and unwind by themselves or type away on their laptops. The cafe is pet-friendly so you might find a few pooches hanging around too. Tuck into the variety of freshly-baked, soft bagels stuffed with avocado, smoked salmon or any other filling of your choice and wash it down with a healthy smoothie. You could also try the homemade fugiyas (East Indian bread).

Cost for two: ₹900

Cuisine: Continental

Standout dishes: Scrambled oats with cream cheese and tomatoes, smoked salmon bagel and fresh fruit smoothies

Timings and location: 9am to 11.30pm; 30, Pali Mala Road, Carter Road, Bandra West

Contact: 022 33126099

Cuisine: South Indian

Standout dishes: Tuppa dosa, rasam vada, appam stew, upma podi

Timings and location: 7am to 2:30pm, 4pm to 10:30pm; 38 B, Circle House, King's Circle Near Maheshwari Udyan, Matunga East

Contact: 022 24014419

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Photo of The Yoga House, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India by Suprita Mitter

When you feel like your system needs to feel good and that both your mind and your stomach need some soothing, head to the Yoga House, a Santorini-style bungalow (airy space, painted in white and blue) in Bandra. Take off your shoes before you walk in and choose to park yourself on a mattress if you find space in the little balcony, which is our favourite space here. A vegetarian macrobiotic café sits pretty, next to a yoga studio and serves a range of healthy breakfast options. When you look at the menu, you realise that a lot of thought has gone into what is served. Fresh juices made using interesting combinations of fruits and vegetables (try the one with pomegranate, rose water and watermelon), homemade muesli and sumptuous salads (we recommend the Orange Salad – a cashew and orange dressing over a bed of vegetables and orange). The food is served in copper kahnsa vessels.

Cost for two: ₹1,200

Cuisine: Health food

Standout dishes: Homemade muesli, Ayurvedic oats porridge, paneer bhurji, somerset tartine, vegetarian brown rice paella, fresh raw juices

Timings and location: 8am to 10.30pm; Nargis Villa (Water Bungalow), Sherley Rajan Road, opposite ICICI Bank, Carter Road, Bandra West

Contact: 022 65545001

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Photo of The Pantry, Kala Ghoda, Mumbai, India by Suprita Mitter

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Photo of Jamjar Diner, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India by Suprita Mitter

When you walk into this tiny café tucked away in the 'not so quiet' side of Kala Ghoda, you instantly feel at home. The decor, slightly industrial with exposed pipes, old-school, art deco flooring, tall stools and cardboard framed mirrors, manage to comfort instead of overwhelm. The menu is quite unique and has a whole lot of things you'd not find elsewhere. You can choose to go healthy with the cracked wheat and barley upma, a variety of salads and the very cool Breakfast in a Bottle with oats and milk that can be blended together with all kinds of healthy ingredients to make a thick, delicious shake. If you're here to indulge try the sinful, 7 layer cookie (Belgian chocolate, biscuit crumbs, butterscotch and almond flakes with ice cream).

Cost for two: ₹1,200

Cuisine: Continental

Standout dishes: Buttermilk pancakes, salli eggs, Breakfast in a Bottle, 7-layer cookie

Timings and location: 9.30am to 11pm; Modern House, Dr VB Gandhi Marg, opposite One Forbes Building, Kala Ghoda, Fort

Contact: 02261344971

Pretty blue interiors featuring stained glass lamps, an airy terrace and most importantly jukebox are easily the highlights at Jamjar Diner. The sunlight streams through the large windows, casting a warm glow on the tastefully done interiors. Even though the pages in the menu card are filled with interesting fare, the interiors of this cafe almost make you feel like ordering breakfast even at dinner time. Eggs, pancakes, waffles – you name it and it's on the menu. You can pick what you like, it's all delicious.

Cost for two: ₹1,500

Cuisine: Continental

Standout dishes: Egg white omelette, bacon pancake, akuri, roasted mushroom toast

Timings and location: 9am to 1am; 7A & B, Arram Nagar 2, Behind Washing Bay, Yari Road, Versova, Andheri West

Contact: 022 26358880

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Photo of The Bagel Shop, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India by Suprita Mitter

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Photo of Kyani & Co. House Of Cakes, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India by Suprita Mitter

A craving for crisp dosas, piping hot rasam and the wafting smell of freshly brewed filter coffee, will all lead you to this 76-year-old establishment in Matunga. Though the area is dotted with old and new restaurants serving South Indian fare, loyalists will swear that not many match the superior standards set by Café Madras. With pocket friendly prices and authentic flavours, you're going to want to eat that Tuppa Dosa for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Cost for two: ₹250

Your search for an all-day vegan, gluten-free breakfast ends here. It's easy to spot this pretty French cafe-like place behind the busy Dalal Street. The large, wide windows, high-beamed ceilings, white-tiled walls and cosy wooden tables are as inviting as the free WiFi and the food that will have you coming back for more. You can check out the names of the cafe's organic suppliers listed on one of the walls. Try the gorgonzola and apple sandwich, a quiche, tart, the eggs and the best wholegrain mustard in town.

Cost for two: ₹1,400

Cuisine: Continental

Standout dishes: The waffles, house-made granola, gluten-free crepes and the eggs florentine

Timings and location: 8.30am to 11.30pm; Yeshwant Chambers, Military Square Lane, Near Trishna, Kala Ghoda, Fort

Contact: 022 22678901

A typical Mumbai-style Irani breakfast is something we can devour at any time of the day. Opened in 1904, Kyani & Co is easily one of the oldest Irani cafes in the city. The chequered tablecloth placed on wooden tables with glass tops, tiled floors, high ceilings and antique chairs have witnessed generations of Mumbaikars stop by for a quick cup of tea or a relaxed rendezvous. The owners have deliberately not changed much about the look and feel of the café. A popular hangout for students of St Xavier's College nearby, the café also makes an appearance on most heritage walk itineraries held in the area.

Cost for two: ₹300

Standout dishes: The glass cake, scrambled eggs, chicken puff and caramel custard

Timings and location: 7am to 8.45pm; opposite Metro Cinema, Marine Lines

Contact: 022 22011492

White, floral, pretty and pink, with bicycle-shaped ketchup holders, floral bill boxes, white brick walls, this cafe will remind you of a cottage perched somewhere in the English countryside. The menu however features a mix of dishes from a European and a desi Grandmama's kitchen. So take your pick from buttery parantha's Parsi Akuri, and European pancakes .

Cost for two: ₹1,000

Cuisine: Continental

Standout dishes: Turkish eggs, Nutella french toast, Akuri, Powerhouse salad

Timings and location: 9am to 12pm; Hotel Royal Garden, ground floor, Juhu Tara Road, Juhu

Contact: +91 7400092994

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