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Gappa Goshti Deal – Food, Books & Conversations!

Uncategorized April 15, 2017

Gappa Goshti deal is a cozy and charming cafe to be with your friends. It is a cafe with a difference. Along with the menu of sumptuous food and lip-smacking coffees, you will find bookshelves that are decorated with books for varied tastes and they are available on rent. There are also paintings on the cafe wall which if you like you can buy. Cool, Nah??

The name of the cafe, Gappa Goshti Ani Deal, is a unique name assuring that non-stop chit-chat with your friends or deep discussions with your clients are more than welcome here. Especially, nowadays that the startups and individual entrepreneurs work from home, this is a good place for a meeting. And you have good food and coffees to go along to keep you cheered while your time here.

The cafe is located at the ground floor of the Prathamesh Plaza near Gopani Nagar. A share rikshaw from west side of Virar station to Bolinj Road can drop by the branch of ICICI bank. The cafe is located opposite to where you’re dropped. As you enter, you are welcomed like an expected guest which will want you to return to the cafe.

And of course  important reason to be here is the food. This has become a favorite place to hang around among youngsters especially, for their Kheema samosa and crab garlic bread (with rye bread). I liked Mushroom Pizza – really relished the quality and quantity of mushrooms in every bite. Do try Oreo shake and brownie with ice-cream. The food is fairly priced, approximately Rs.200 per person.You can order your food at home too. There is a mobile app now, going by the cafe name.

This is a place to be even if you don’t have a company. Surf through the books, read while you eat and take your book home if you haven’t finished reading. A multi-purpose cafe indeed!


        

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