Cafe Marol

Cafe Marol
1, 2, 3 Everjoy Apartments
Marol Moroshi Road
Andheri East
Mumbai 400059

Cheap Tasty Food In A Small, Cramped Hole In The Wall

(Ratings: On a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 = Worst and 10 = Best)
Overall: 6
Ambience & Setting: 5
Food & Beverage: 6
Service: 6
Value for Money: 7
Spent about SGD $7 / INR ₹250 per person.


Located along the busy streets, just a 10 minutes drive away from the main cluster of hotels in Mumbai, is Cafe Marol. The huge signboard advertising its presence is prominent, ensuring Cafe Marol has a steady stream of local customers.

Cafe Marol doesn't have much ambience. As a place locals in Mumbai dine in on a daily basis, space is fully maximised for profit. Decor is minimal, and seats are typically crammed close together. Cafe Marol has a seperate air-conditioned area, though it's rather small.

Don't expect great service at Cafe Marol, just the most basic of service where staff will take orders and serve food. Why dine at Cafe Marol you may ask? Because the food is relatively good, it's authentic and local, prices are really cheap, and hygiene standards are relatively acceptable. It's the kind of place where, as a tourist, you wouldn't get ripped off, or fall sick from eating the local food, but you'll be amongst the local people of Mumbai, eating what they eat on a daily basis.

Food at Cafe Marol is tasty and flavourful, though generally oily and spicy. There is quite a good range of vegetarian, and non-vegetarian options on the menu. Because Cafe Marol is certified as a Halal stall, you'll find muslims dining here as well.

Most portions at Cafe Marol are meant for sharing, so eating alone here isn't recommended. Do visit in groups of at least 2 or more people.

Cafe Marol Exterior Facade

Cafe Marol Address

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