Leopold Cafe: The Spirit Of Mumbai Since 1871!


640px-LeopoldCafe_gobeirneLeopold café evokes a bundle of unforgettable memories. It’s every Mumbaikars pride and every tourists must visit spot, everyone who visits this establishment is left with an everlasting memory.


Leopold café is not just another café. It is an institution by itself. It has history imbued in every inch of its old world space.  There’s the mark of the 24/11 terror attack on its façade and a bestselling novel written all over it in the guise of the book ‘Shantaram”. Those who have read the book come to the café and soak in the place.

Step into Leopold and you step into history. You will wonder what plots were concocted at this place by the British. Established in 1871, this multi cuisine place is a city landmark, a tourist magnet and a favorite local hangout. Getting back to its feet quickly after the terror attack, Leopold, like a Leo or a lion, continues to roar, with its menu and ambience.


Creating its own heritage, with a charming European ambience, the spread is as eclectic as its customers. You can kick off with a delightful array of appetizers like Jalapeno Peppers, Garlic Bread, Fish & Chips and Mediterranean Prawns, as well as a host of Chinese appetizers. The main course is sumptuous, including a wide choice of Indian and Continental dishes like vegetarian and chicken Stroganoff, Tandoori Chicken with Chilli Lemon Grass Rice, Veg Korma, Chicken Hyderabadi, honestly, the variety is never ending. In here, there’s always something for everyone.


If your interest has been piqued and your appetite whetted, do visit Leopold today, enjoy a satisfying meal, gaze at curious tourists and walk away with a bit of history etched in your heart. As the tag line of this heritage place says, the café is getting better with age.



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