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Cafe Review: Bombay Coffee Roasters, Goa

“The Beach is Boring”, proclaims the lone print on the walls of the Bombay Coffee Roasters, Goa. A quiet urban cafe tucked away in a colourful corner, somewhere along the winding  lanes of Fontainhas in Panaji (Panjim), Goa’s capital city.

& why would you need a boring beach when you have coffee and wifi?!!!

Well, Bombay Coffee Roasters was originally developed as a kind of co-working space, a hostel and an all day cafe that was designed to cater to the new generation of artists, entrepreneurs and “free spirits”. So, go here for the wifi.

Or even better, go here for breakfast. For this cafe in the old Latin Quarter, serves the best homemade breakfast in Goa.

Bombay Coffee Roasters, Panaji, Goa

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Ambience | Design + Crowd

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Lovely in the monsoons. Just the right amount of cosy and quiet to spend a few good hours working, chatting with friends or simply reading with coffee on the side.

Food

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Best breakfast in town. Vegetarian friendly. Fresh, homemade and great on taste.

Service | People + Hospitality

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Easy going friendly staff who let you be. But, still are warm and helpful.

Value for Money | Price + Experience

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It is an oasis of calm in the otherwise outrageously touristy Goa. Making it like no other cafe in town.


Old Quarter by The Hostel Crowd

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Explorers Guide

Timings | 8 AM – 8 PM

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Hi! I am Neeharika. An award winning photographer and travel writer based out of Hyderabad, India. I love telling stories of heritage, art, culture and off-the-grid travel. But, here on Map In My Pocket you will find more. From moody pictures to comprehensive travel guides; words and images enough to inspire you to travel and also be of help along the way. Thanks for coming along on this visual journey with me, I do hope you enjoy the ride. 🙂

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