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Kanika Nevatia Aug 07 2014

Which are the best coffee shops in India?

Reema Bhalla Aug 07 2014
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Check out these 10 best coffee shops in India as we know there is nothing more relaxing than a perfectly made cup of coffee on a busy day! Pair it with the perfect ambience and great service and the experience is even better.

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The Qube, Leela Palace Hotel, Delhi

The Qube will surely leave you spellbound with its luxurious interiors. The highlight is the glass walls through which one can look over the beautifully manicured lawn that has a stunning gold Buddha statue. It is one of the most romantic coffee shops in Delhi with an equally impressive food menu. Their Angus beef burger and club sandwiches are one of the best in the city.

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Shamiana, Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai

Shamiana exudes unmatched old-world charm like no other coffee shop in Mumbai. Famous for its elaborate buffet spread, it is the only coffee shop in India to have a wine buffet as well. Pair your favourite cup of tea or coffee with popular snacks like Punjabi samosa, crunchy chilli cheese toast and pakora basket and you will experience the luxurious yet simple feel of this amazing coffee shop.

Cafe Mozaic, Vivanta by Taj, Bangalore

Open round the clock, this chic yet informal cafe is a great place to have good food and coffee even at odd hours of the day. Whether you are looking for simple eggs and bacon or a more elaborate Italian meal, Cafe Mozaic is a perfect choice. One can even opt to sit poolside during the lunch hours.

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Threesixtyone Degrees, The Oberoi, Gurgaon

Threesixtyone Degrees is probably one of the most stunning coffee shops in Gurgaon. With glass walls, al-fresco seating overlooking a waterbody and high ceilings, this place exudes a lot of class. The food is equally great and the club sandwiches, quiches, salmon croissants and waffles are perfect to go with your coffee.

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Seasonal Tastes, The Westin, Pune

Seasonal Tastes is chic, sophisticated and lively in terms of ambience. The food, however, is the main highlight here. Opt for bruschettas, kathi rolls or even a masala dosa to go with your tea or coffee, and you would be savouring the best of multi-cuisine food under one roof in Pune. The Sunday brunch is worth a mention too for an elaborate spread and amazing live counters.

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Eden Pavilion, ITC Sonar, Kolkata

Eden Pavillion is very elegantly decorated in wood and stone. The buffet spread is elaborate at all times, especially during the Sunday brunch.The a-la-carte menu is equally spectacular. It is truly one of the most luxurious places in Kolkata to try the very famous kathi rolls amongst other dishes. It is definitely one of the best coffee shops in India.

The Dining Room, Park Hyatt, Hyderabad

An all-day-dining place with an elegant decor and an amazing menu, The Dining Room has an open kitchen which is its main focal point. The fish and chips are great, but what is really unique about the menu is that one can select their choice of ingredients and order a customized meal. You can also opt for the buffet and go for an amazing selection of desserts to pair with your coffee after the meal.

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The Eatery, Four Points by Sheraton, Ahmedabad

The Eatery is a vibrant and casual coffee shop with a huge buffet spread and an equally impressive a-la-carte menu. It is a great option for dining whether you are looking for a quick bite or an elaborate buffet meal. The Sunday brunch is really lavish and the desserts are definitely the highlight of this place.

Spectra, The Leela Palace, Chennai

Spectra is probably the most lavish coffee shop in Chennai with brilliant food. Order just about anything on the menu and you will not go wrong with it. The decor is chic and elegant and the service is immaculate. The multi-cuisine menu has a lot of choices, but the smoked bacon sandwich, pastas and desserts are worth a mention.

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The Cafe, JW Marriott, Chandigarh

The Cafe is a great option for a relaxed meal. The decor is plush and yet so relaxed. The buffet spread is great. Open round the clock it is an amazing place to have a multi-cuisine meal or just a cup of freshly brewed coffee. There are some very innovative dishes on the menu like Bombay-style prawn bhelpuri as well as classic dishes like samosa, satay and chicken wings.

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These were the 10 best coffee shops in India which are perfect for spending a relaxed evening over a perfectly brewed cup, coupled with equally good food and ambience.

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