Le Cafe, Jewel of Chembur Hotel Reviews, Chembur East, Mumbai - Burrp
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Foodie Love - Burrp User

Foodie Love

March 28,2015

The perfect place for a brunch

Its a Modern style Italian Cafe.This place has a very cute and comfortable friendly ambience.It is soothing with light music playing in the background The cheese fondue,stuffed roasted chicken, Alfredo pasta, hazelnut milkshake with caramel and chocolate mud pie are some of my favorite serves.Everything is lip smacking with perfect concsistency. Besides that the veg burger which is simple yet filling, Pizza Contadina nd Mojito are damn refreshing.
Their signature dish Baked Phylly Cheesecake served with cheese cream filling and the strawberry coulis is to die for.
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Meghana M. - Burrp User

Meghana M.

May 13,2014

Very nice evening..

We had been here on a Saturday evening n after a good wait of 40 mins we got a lovely cozy table at the corner. I must mention its really small place with bearly 5 tables.. Italian fair was fairly decent.. We had some great pesto pasta and lasagna followed by a good chocolate dessert.. Overall a very good experience but yes.. very slow service !!
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saritanayak - Burrp User


February 17,2014

complete rip off to the discerning foodie!

we stay very close to le cafe restaurant and used to drop in there from time to time for their breakfast fare. ... the service was always horrible with lazy staff. ... but the breakfast options were good and hence we continued going there every 2-3 months. .now the management has decided that the problem is not staff but food and has overhauled the menu completely. ..like staunch supporters we went there yesterday for lunch. ... however the food was a big letdown.... the prices are similar to potpourri (one of our favourites for continental food), but quality of food is really bad. ...add the bad service to that and suffice to say that we will not be going back again in the near future. ..With lack of options in the city for continental food, the place may continue to survive...but it will never reach the kind of acclaim that it had for their breakfast fare.
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genesis - Burrp User


October 01,2013

Sunshine In My Window

Great place for catching up with friends or business meetings during the day or slipping in for a light meal of soup and sandwich at night. The glass windows provide a healthy dose of vitamin D on a weekend for breakfast. Service is a bit on the slow side though the waiters and friendly and accomodative. Favorites are the mushroom risotto, chicken breast sandwich, pizza and pasta of course the coffee and tiramisu. Hat tip: You can order drinks from the bar/lounge next door. They make great mojitos too.
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Dwijen Mehta

July 31,2013

Evening Hangouts

Have been to this place at the Jewel of Chembur couple of times. Normally bonding over coffee this place is quite a meeting a place. They have great hot chocolate drink on offer. The cottage cheese grilled sandwich is also a plus with the flavour staying long enough. The mezze platter doesnt disappoint too. With great snacks and main dishes on offer Le Cafe always gives a reason for my outing.
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Mrunmai Menon - Burrp User

Mrunmai Menon

May 21,2012

Good Food, Ambience could be better

Not exactly cheap. Meal for two goes to Rs. 800 (but that's because we're poor eaters). Cramped - too many tables in too little space. A little too noisy. Food's quite good. We tried the pasta and the grilled chicken. Chef knows what he's doing. Service is great!! We were disappointed with what we'd ordered because it was not what the menu promised and the maitre'd offered to change it. Very pleased. Not a place to go if you have more than 4 people though - can get little stuffy. But a good place for a dinner for two.
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Meeta  - Burrp User


July 13,2011

a cozy pick in a busy chembur

A small, cozy joint that offers yummy food just about sums up this place. It's non-fuzzy and all about the food. It seats just about 20 people, and truly has a quaint ambiance. Menu is a great plus, offering a wide selection of international picks for breakfast, lunch and dinner options. The service is slow; it takes about half an hour for the food to come out, but it is worth the wait at the end of it. Value for money is another plus. French fires are avoidable, and if you are not much of a mayo aficionado, tell them before you order any sandwich. Deserts are delectable. Verdict: Cozy haven for chemburites and a great place to brunch with friends or a date.
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Deepa Swaminathan-Sood - Burrp User

Deepa Swaminathan-Sood

November 13,2008

Quaint little place with good food

As a part of our little project of trying out new places whenever possible, my husband and I checked out this cafe on Tuesday night. Remembered reading the review on Burrp, so I logged on in the auto, took down the phone number to ask for directions. If you are in Chembur - then ask for Natraj Theatre - the nearest landmark.

Nice ambience - brightly lit, wooden chairs and tables with a nice dessert display.

It was after a long day at work, so we were moderately hungry. Ordered a Veg Platter (Rs 140) as starter and a Yorkshire Chicken Pasta (Rs 180). The platter arrived first - basically finger foods like jacket baby potatoes dunked in cheese, skewered paneer in a spicy marinade, mushroom in a garlicky sauce and skewered potatoes and mushroom in a spicy-sweet sauce. All this served with cheese sauce in a nicely arranged platter.Small helping - perfect for 2 moderately hungry people - all very tasty and fresh. Enjoyed licking the cheese sauce after we were done dunking the food into it.

The Yorkshire Chicken was very good - I am not a non-veg fan, eat is more as convenience, when the husband wants to eat non-veg. It was home-made flat pasta in a creamy, tomato sauce with bits of baked chicken flavored with fresh herbs. They are very generous with the herbs.

We finished off with walnut brownie - great on its own; as we were skipping the additional calories from ice-cream and chocolate sauce. The other desserts looked tempting, but sadly there was room for only one between both of us.

A good place for a quiet cozy evening out. Will go back again to try their breakfast menu (7:30 - 11 am) which looked very inviting.
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contrarian - Burrp User


November 07,2008


Abso gem of a place reposing in the mezzanine of a hotel in Chembur..My discovery is thru a review here on burrp.more on that later. But I thank him/her for it. Travelled a long way to reach here and then took some searching..but the journey was well worth it.

About the place itself, Serene is the word once u r in. The delicate aroma of the bean tickles ur nose. Service is good, unobtrusive..quietly efficient. Portion sizes good and pricing effective..Most important the food is authentic..the sphagetti bolognaise reminded me of my long ago trip to Sicily..its that good..total value for money..

In one word Brilliant. Makes me curious to go and try out their other place Moksha too located on the same floor. Am sure that may not be bad either..

Eat here, alone or with friends or family. Meal for four costs about 1200. This has a place as a Jewel of Mumbai..not just Chembur..

I travelled a desert to reach an oasis, it was not a mirage. Actually when someone writes a confused review that make me even more curious..first 3 stars and then " tastes like shit"..Someone has actually tasted it ...yikes !!!! Why would someone bother to sample the after effects of food ? A cultivated taste i guess.
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rambo - Burrp User


June 11,2008


i discovered this place by mistake...its tucked away in the busy commercial chembur station area, on the 1st floor of the hotel.i was in awe of the place the moment i put my foot inside the place the ambience, smell of coffee being brewed.....hmmmmmmm.
i ordered a coffee to start with till my friend arrived as she was always coaxing into makin the trip to chembur just to eat at le cafe.i realised tht wht i missed all these days by not takin up her word. My coffee was wow ..woke me up.... till i waited patiently for my friend...i observed the staff they were very helpfull,attentive and friendly....Finally my friend rekha arrives n they all kno her and know exactly wht she eats. We ordered for a chicken cordon rouge, smoked chicken bruschetta, fish in sage sauce, ceasar salad and for drinks we ordered wildberry ice tea. The food arrives after 35 mins..... not bad decent timing...but it was worth the wait...the food truly divine. i was so full ....but wht truly amazed me was their desserts...they have variety of chocolate, cheese cake,brownies,tiramisu, n somthing called as cutting dessert....small dessert ...fab idea...i asked one of the guys in the cafe mr rajiv if im not mistaken... tht how they concepatulized the name, to which he told me tht their MD MR SAJNANI came up with it....thumbs up to tht. OUR BILL WAS ABOUT 800.....value for money. a must go for anyone visitin .....
all the best guys
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Ballerina  - Burrp User


January 26,2008


It won't be an exaggeration to say that Le Cafe is a little jewel hidden in one corner of Chembur. Went there since I could not find any better place for a cup of coffee. What followed was an out-of-this-world presentation and taste, which is very difficult to find in most places.The decor is minimal with wooden furniture. The serving area stands out since it's filled with coffee beans! And if you're ther you HAVE to try their 'Cutting Chocolate', which hads about four layers of cream, biscuit, caramel and chocolate. I ended up eating two of those in one go! They have a varied range of veg and non-veg dishes including sea food if I remember correctly.

I ordered a tomato soup that was thick and yum. It was lined with a generous helping of herbs that made the taste stand out. Lasagne - "out-of-this-world", I had pasta arrabiata that was delectable. My friend had ordered a Caeser salad and it was crisp, fresh and had just the right amount of oil and chesse shavings.The place is priced nominally. The bill for four of us with soup etc. was about 750 odd bucks. The staff is pleasant and leaves you alone.usp: cutting chocolate :)A MUST try for foodies!
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