Situated on Annie Besant Road, Light House cafe is prominently located in Worli. The place is nicely done up and the decor looks appealing and inviting. It has an air conditioned area as well as the larger outside area for the patrons. We preferred the outdoor area as it was spacious and breezy.
We ordered Akuri on ladipav, Parsi style burji with Indian bread and Anda gadbad, it’s an omelette stuffed with boiled egg kheema and topped with spicy tomato based gravy. Both the dishes were tasty and were presented in an appealing way. Akuri was one of the best I had till now and special mention to their ladipav which was evenly toasted and was crispy throughout the meal. Anda gadbad had a unique taste and was accompanied by 4 half slices of toasted bread.
On our request, they served us fresh watermelon juice. It was tasty and fresh and contained no sugar or preservatives.
The service was prompt and our server, Aniket was attentive and co-operative throughout our meal. The staff was friendly and tried their best to make our meal a good experience. On a Saturday afternoon, the place wasn’t crowded but had a decent number of South Bombay patrons. The damage came to about Rs. 600 which was definitely worth it. I’m surely visiting this place again. You should too.
Food: 4/ 5 | Ambience: 4.5/ 5 | Service: 4.5/ 5 | Value for money: 4/ 5