Small, Warm and lovely place. Food is too good. I have had the best bagels here. This place is pet friendly, at least allows dogs inside. I had taken my dog here for the first treat. People around were so friendly and dog loving. The staff also is too good. Will love to visit again.
The place much talked abt..
Small n quaint in one of d by lanes off carters..
D hot chocolate was to die fr..
Was exactly d way i love it..
V ordered d pesto grill veggie wid philly cheese which is one of d signature bagel was a bit chewy n nothing great in taste..
I went wid higher expectations mayb..
But it has nice outdoor sitting to chill wid frnds over a cup of coffee or choclate..
Will defi b bac
Quiet, apt to work out of and good food, of course!
The cafe is perfect for a quick bite or if you want to lounge for a bit, read or work. The Chorizo Bagel is a must-try. As is the Smoked Salmon one. A all bungalow has been converted into the cafe, where now the open-air area is bigger. Everything is green and serene. Vegans, health-concious and gluten-free food seekers have a number of options. The cafe has three WiFi adapters so you're guaranteed a fast speed in whatever part you choose to sit.
It also let's budding artists display their work. The service is quick and friendly. Apt for a Sunday brunch or breakfast and an evening snack.
Small, Warm and lovely place. Food is too good. I have had the best bagels here. This place is per friendly, at least allows dogs inside. I had taken my dog here for the first treat. People around were so friendly and dog loving. The staff also is too good. Will love to visit again.
Such a cozy little place in carter road that i absolutely love to go to .. The name itself spells out that they are really famous for their bagels!! The menu is so creative and so are the bagels that they offer.. This place is always crowded.. But a must try if you want to try something more than the regular cream cheese bagel!!
its the best place to get a bagel in mumbai. i personally love their garlic cream cheese and pizza bagels. you can go to the bagel shop and grab a bite throughout the day. the ambiance is very refreshing and relaxing.
The Cheese, Mushroom and Olive bagel is a must have! its delicious. however, the staff i wasn't helpful and courteous and the restaurant wasn't in order. However, the bagels are amazing the best you will get in bombay!
The new Seafood Special menu offers a combination of chowder, pastas, salad and a hot pot.We (5 of us) started with the chowder - its a hearty helping of flavourful seafood soup full of shrimp and fish so we shared 2 portions.We then shared: The prawn and feta salad (very light and refreshing with watermelon) was perfect start to lunch. The shop is in a cute, upscale neighborhood worth walking around. Lots of green plants hang from the rafters of the patio and line the area by the street.
Cheese pizza Bagel - a must try for all the Cheese connoisseurs.The food is good. Make sure to try their soups as well as their croquet Monsieur bagel. All the sandwiches are pretty good.Coffee is fairly decent... Cakes have been good too.It's got the sort of ambiance that a small town European coffee shop has.A couple of pastas are there but menu consists almost entirely of bagels. outdoor seating is better but can get a bit hot in summers.
hi guys m from delhi n now been based up in mumbai for quite some time. i love the place so much that i have been recommending the place to anyone n everyone i know, i would say THE BAGEL SHOP is the best place for mouth watering food, i have never had such bagels in delhi...the blueberry shake is just out of the world. overall in my opinion it is a perfect place to relax on a lazy sunday!!!!!!
Who knew places like these existed in Mumbai? The bagel shop is a total package Deal. Amazing ambiance. Great Coffee, Courteous Staff, Good Patrons, VFM. What more could you ask for? If I were to rank them, i'd give ambiance the first place. Ensconced in greenery and located in one of those by-lanes in Bandra, you may find it a little difficult to locate the place. The place has been divided into 4 rooms or sections - open air ambiance and air-conditioned - both with a minimum of 4-5 tables in each, all of them lit up with lanterns too. The staff is courteous enough to suggest what you should be having if you are a first-timer. The coffee undoubtedly is good and the bagel shop without a doubt is one of the best coffee shops that has opened up in Mumbai.
FINALLY made it to The Bagel shop in search of a breakfast spot i had never been to. Why the heck did it take me so long!?!?!? Better late than never, right? The place was packed but it did not take long to seat me nonetheless....I ordered the scrambled eggs with smoked sausages and cream cheese with fresh strawberry smoothie........ it was probably the best breakfast I've truly had in forever....it was a grate flavor of smoked meaty sausages and perfectly cooked scrambled egg ... the portion was huge even the strawberry smoothie was awesome, perfect blend of yogurt and strawberry I wish Bagel Cafe was closer to where I live. It would be my go to spot for any of my meals for the day. They need to open more locations. If anyone from Bagel shop reads this... please, please, please open more locations! ( south mumbai, pune ) I highly recommend this place to anyone looking for a true deli :)
I visited this place for a lazy Sunday Brunch and I have been amazed with their excellent preparation... I had the philly cheese bagel, which was nothing but absolutely delicious... next I had the roasted chicken bagel which was fine.. They also have some pastas, salads and soups - so people not too fond of the round meal can go for other simple treats. The ambience here is just wow and everyone in Bandra has to visit this place atleast once
I read about their vegan menu on fb and thought of giving it a try. Went there today and loved the ambience of this place. Its like those cool roadside cafes..a place where you can sit the entire day lazing around. So we ordered Peri peri tofu bagel, penne pasta in pesto sauce, garlic bagel and vegan mocha frappe. (all from the vegan menu). We thought that the quantity would be less, hence we ended up ordering all the above. Plus we also got excited seeing 1 full page vegan menu. We were wrong about the quantity. First came the vegan mocha frappe which was super yummy. Then came garlic bagel and pasta. I loved the pasta with tofu. Didn't realize at all that it wasn't vegan. Garlic bagel was a simple dish..something we could have avoided. By the time we finished pasta we were already full so we packed the peri peri bagel and took it home. Loved this place would definitely come here again. Total bill - 920 for 2 ppl
I went to the bagel shop last Thursday with my sister and her friend. We were starving and wanted to grab a "quick" bite at around 6. The first thing about The bagel shop is that it is not easy to locate for a non bandra-ite. We had to roam the streets to find it. The decor is nice and cozy, with a Goa beach shack feel to it. It's a very laid back place with graffiti on the walls, foreigners roaming around in shorts and such. The thing to keep in mind with a restaurant that has a laid back feel is that, the service should not be laid back. And that's where this place loses its mark. The service is so slow. The patrons won't mind you sitting there for hours without ordering anything because they don't know who comes in and who goes out. We waited 15 minutes before we had to ask some one to get a menu. After getting the menu, nobody came to take our order and we had to again ask someone to take our order. After that we wondered how hard is it to make a bagel, one salad and one juice for another half an hour before we had to ask about our order again. The food arrived, we had ordered a Mediterranean Salad which was beautiful, plentiful and tasty. The Lebanese Vegetarian Bagel was also well made. The orange juice was freshly squeezed, though I saw a different sized glasses going to another few tables. (Partiality?) . After the meal we had to ask for our bill, which we again did not get. Had to walk up to the cashier eventually. The menu is nicely elaborate and has enough variety, though it is very very expensive. I would rather go to a subway than shell out 300-400 bucks for a sandwich! I would recommend you try other places in Bombay for a bagel which are cheaper yet nice and give you some sort of service.
Have tried and loved most of their vegetarian Bagels. They have some great cheeses and -- be it Goat, Buffalo or anything else -- they know where and how to use it really well. The Popeye Pasta is Out-of-this-World! The drinks are fine, too. Try the Blueberry Granita - interesting. Except on one occasion when they made "Cold coffee with Ice-cream" out of my Affagato, I have never been disappointed with this place. The items available change often, and there are usually many more things available than can be seen on the Burrp menu here. There is air-conditioning inside if you need it, but sitting outside is a great experience too -- the traffic somehow doesn't bother one much, and the fans and soft music make it quite pleasant. Amazing food, great location, cosy ambiance and a good wi-fi connection make me come back here again and again. At other times, I even have food delivered. I only wish they stayed open till much later.
After 3 unsuccessful attempts to locate this place (thanks to very bad directions from friends) the expectations from Bagel Shop were sky rocketing and rumbling of our stomachs deafening.
I proceeded to pick a healthy Power Salad- Smoked Chicken (in line with my light n healthy dinner campaign) and Prad got the Grilled Veggie Bagel. We also ordered a Cold Coffee with less sugar (remember the healthy dinner campaign?) and a Black Coffee for the brooding boy.
Now for the review part- The Veggie Bagel was strange; not bad but slightly strange- I guess it was full of zucchini. The salad was hardly powerful- the regular cucumber and tomato stuff with some chicken and onion crackers (my favorite part) to make it interesting. But the lemon and herb dressing was great and all in all the salad tasted good. But more like something Id whisk up at home and not a restaurant salad. And I guess thats what works for this place, the home feel.
The service isnt much to write about and my not sweet Cold Coffe was exactly the opposite. They then made us wait for 10 mins with my credit card lying on table with the bill to inform us (after we enquired) that they werent accepting cards. Luckily they had interesting firangi magazines lying around to keep me occupied and from blowing my top. With prices slightly on the higher side and a so-so location they really need to work hard on food and service to get back repeat customers.
The first thing that strikes you about the bagel shop is how TINY their furniture is....thin might be in (not in madrid people!) but child sized chairs...er...what exactly went through their minds?! The bagels are pretty good (personally liked the multigrain a lot) and there is a decent choice for vegetarians (v critical for moi!). Drinks range from fresh carrot juice to a really sinful brownie shake. They also have different types of cheeses (including the not as commonly available goat cheese). I strongly recommend the muffins - super soft and moist. Plus lots of magazines (full of trashy hollywood gossip - perfect!!)A pretty nice place for a quick or not so quick lunch...