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This is a popular cafe with all wooden interiors and its bountiful menu that features everything from soups and salads to hearty mains and delicious desserts. The restaurant has an outdoor section that is covered but you can watch the action on the street outside. It is not air conditioned making it feel almost alfresco and an indoor section which is more intimate with a bar. It tends to get noisy once it is packed but the food is what draws people back. Tops picks include their pasta, ravioli and their burgers.
To get away from the daily noise of family or boss, you need a calm place to recollect and do whatever relaxes you. A place that is peaceful in appearance and ambience to take your mind off the tedious everyday routine and give you some hours to unwind over drinks or good food. There are many eateries on the block that understand the need to regroup, by providing their diners a tranquil dining experience that brings them back again and again. ‘Salt Water Café’ in Churchgate area has become an essential part of the local community especially between the youth who finds the café an ideal hangout. The café has managed to hold its fort in an area where the food joints open and shut in a flash. It has cleverly become indispensable to its loyal patrons with constant good service and stable high quality.
The décor of Salt Water Café is simplicity itself. They have taken a wide open space and given it a subtle likeable appearance. As you step inside, your eyes will meet a well-lit room done completely in wood, from the panelled glass window wall to matted windows at the back, the entire room carries a strong influence of wooden tones. The ceiling itself is a network of polished beams bearing the weight of modern lamps that hangs from the rafters. Glass windows cover the room from all sides so in day time the restaurant is flooded by soft golden light, making the room all the more airy. Furniture comprises of sturdy wooden tables and booths where you can linger for hours comfortably. Salt Water Café is casual, earthy, laid back and good-looking.
The café open its doors in early hours of the morning, inviting their patrons for a lavish breakfast before heading for work. The menu is a combination of Italian and European, offered for a mediocre price. They organise many fun food events to keep their grip on the patrons even some nice deals on booze. You can have a nice brunch of burgers, soup and sandwiches and if you are visiting in the evening then it’s recommended to start with few appetizers. Wasabi grilled cottage cheese, spicy chicken wings, poha crusted prawns and chicken liver pate is amazing and so is, seared basa, baked vegetable lasagne, pan seared John Dory, sun dried tomato spaghetti and lamb stew. Salt Water Café is not that expensive too.