Prithvi Cafe Reviews, Juhu, Mumbai - Burrp
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listonb - Burrp User


July 23,2015

Utter disappointing service

I visited Prithvi cafe few months back had really enjoyed the food and the place, so today I suggested it to friend of mine and to my utter disappointment they had nothing to offer to eat or dink not even their famous Irish coffee. The chai took 45 minutes and when inquired the staff replied by saying they are milking the cow and it would take another 30 minute to do so. sadly I won't be visiting there.
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Asha Nath - Burrp User

Asha Nath

April 30,2015

iconic place one must visit!

Such an amazing ambiance with so much of simulating discussion, celebs spotting and so much of young energy around. Cool snacks, coffee,items like sandwiches and pasta are really lip smacking and easy on the pocket also. MY daughter is a big fan and keeps coming here with her friends to check out the various plays at prithvi too! Do have the amazing chocolate pastry and croissants,simply love those!
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Lillian Mendes

February 01,2015

Artsy Corner!

The first thing that strikes you about this place is the ambience.. Love it.. It has such a warm feeling to it! PRITHVI THEATRE is famous for plays and this place becomes a perfect spot to snack out before or after watching the play or just generally a good place to hang out! The food is really nice and decently priced.. Best place to have some chai and chill!
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Nicholas Dias - Burrp User

Nicholas Dias

February 01,2015

Love it

the beautiful patio kind prithvi cafe is just the right place to be after a good play at the theatre. you will always spot an actor or two when here and might be star struck.
the cafe serves some really good sandwiches and coffee. the chicken sandwich served here is my favourite of all times

the service is also good but it is a on the little expensive side
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Foodosaurus Prachi - Burrp User

Foodosaurus Prachi

January 31,2015

Lovely place!

Had heard about this place for such a long time and wanted to come here,recently got a free ticket for a play here and so came with a friend. We both wanted to try the famous Irish coffee and baileys shake so we ordered those. We also ordered a chicken chilli sandwich and BBQ chicken pizza. This was enough to fill us up for another couple of hours,everything tasted good and the ambiance is superlative to say the least!
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Rati Mehra - Burrp User

Rati Mehra

May 09,2014

Personal favourite place to hangout

Prithvi cafe is my favourite place in mumbai! This place has an aura and ambiance of its own which attracts me all the time. I can go to this place everyday. It's addictive! Its best known for it's cutting chai which can be inferred from its decor of kettles hanging with fairy lights attached to it depicting tea being poured from the kettle. You would surely get to see atleast 2-3 TV or movie stars every time you visit here because it has a theatre which is famous for its amazing plays. It's the best joint to hangout and converse with friends over a cutting chai or the cool Oreo shake ! The chaat and yummilicious parathas are a must try if u haven't tasted them yet! So do visit prithvi cafe and I am sure you will get addicted too!
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BindiyaChotrani - Burrp User


March 11,2014

One of a Kind!

You would want to settle in there with the type of ambiance put up. Lanterns done up like kettles, welcoming staff, artsy kind of crowd. a mysterious kind of peace. Don't want to experiment? Try their Irish Coffee with the maska bun. Another point i couldn't not mention was that despite the open air ambiance, they've done good by putting up sockets so that you could plug in all your devices. For the kind of the crowd, the ambiance, the staff their prices are definitely fair and the surely VFM.
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Nitish Sharma - Burrp User

Nitish Sharma

October 09,2013

Culture Couture

Most of the reviews of the prithvi cafe here are over 1.5 years old and the most recent one is 6 months. i visited the cafe yesterday and around a month back. I had also visited prithvi cafe in 2009. Good news . The cafe has evolved and is much better. I will keep this review strictly to food as the rest you would know as to how it scores on art etc. For the kind of ambience it gives the food at prithvi is priced low.Tea is 20 bucks and is strong ginger dhaba chai. it wakes you up instanly. The coffee is good too.Most of the counter menu is like a CCD one on display. Their veggie burger would remind you of your college canteen burger filled with mayo. Its cheap and tummy filling and yummy. The indian section is more or less same as before. The paranthas and dal are wholesome and so are the paneer dishes. The service standards have changed dramatically and now the servers are very swift and polite. If you are watching a play at prithvi i suggest you come in early and have their chai with some bun would love the experience.....its priceless and non available in mumbai to say the least....
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bhumesh007 - Burrp User


September 30,2013

I'll Be Back

Having heard a lot about this place and reading some reviews on burrp!, I decided to drop in when I had been to Andheri this weekend. The place wasn't too difficult to find, given its mystique location. It has a vibrant ambiance and very good service. Staff was courteous and ready to arrange a table for you on a Saturday evening. Irish Coffee is a must!! Chocolate brownie equally good and chocolatey. My girl-friend ordered for apple cinnamon tea but somehow she couldn't adjust to the taste and I recommended tea centre for that. Anyways I am talking about Prithvi Cafe now, Which is too good. And reasonably priced for such good stuff.You'll end up paying twice as much at a Costa or Coffee Bean and blah blah blah. I am definitely gonna visit this place again and more and more.
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Divya Kamra - Burrp User

Divya Kamra

July 30,2013

Rejuvenating eve

This cafe actually gives the sense of being in a cafe. Went there with colleagues after work at around 6 and it was bustling with energy. Loved the whole feel and environment of this place. The seating is low as compared to other places and under the shades of trees. The lighting is done in good taste and gives a very relaxed but in the same time very young appeal to it. There was a guitarist, which made the mood all the more appropriate. The cafe is differentiated from the restaurant. Coming to the food, this cafe serves cakes, pastries, mocktails, coffees and light bites, which are very decent. It is the ambiance that makes up for everything. Perfect for an after office session.
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Deap Ubhi

June 18,2007

sunday afternoon perfection

I've finally found that Sunday afternoon spot. You know what I'm talking about - that relaxing, laze-inducing courtyard cafe, surrounded by greenery and sweet sounds that only mother nature can produce; far, far away from the incessant honking and disrupted ant marching we've all grown used to. Prithvi Cafe is that spot. Trees spring up wherever they feel like it within the outdoor seating area, which is covered by tarp and bamboo in the monsoon season. The permanent black marble benches are surrounded by small, frail cane ottomans. Towards the back, permanently roofed seating exists, but the openness remains a constant throughout this place.

We moseyed on over here on a lazy Sunday evening, sat down and ordered the famous Irish Coffees. They were steaming hot, had the perfect amount of froth and whiskey, and tasted superb. I started to get the munchies sitting there, so ordered a grilled egg and cheese sandwich - simple, yet delicious. Still hungry, and being a big fan of eggs, I opted for an Egg Paratha roll. The paratha was not at all greasy, and the vegetables and eggs tasted fresh.

Prithvi has grown a fan following amongst those that enjoy the performing arts, given that it's attached to the legendary theatre of the same name. For this reason, you will usually find a more progressive, kinder and more open-minded crowd here. Perfect place to take a chessboard, a book, or your laptop, and relax over a cup of strong Joe. Highly, highly recommended.
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Dhruti Shah - Burrp User

Dhruti Shah

September 10,2006

Chillout place

Location- Just outside, Prithvi theatre this open air café with its informal seating is very popular with artists catching up on their scripts, rehearsing or even having a screen test. Offers - Coffee, sandwiches, Kebabs, veg, roti, wraps and deserts.Food- It is very famous for its Irish coffee, which is undoubtedly very good. Its chocolate brownie, wraps, kebabs also make for a good bite You should head there - If you want to chill out in the open surroundings of nature, do some people watching, ideal to catch up on your reading with a book sitting under a tree or to catch up with friends
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