Kyani & Co.
Open Time : 7:00 am to 7:00 pm
Entry : free
Address : 657, Jagannath Shankar Seth Road, Marine Lines East, Tak Wadi, Lohar Chawl, Kalbadevi, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
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Why to visit Kyani & Co.
Kyani and Co is a well-known cafe with a history dating back over a century. This Iranian cafe in Marine Lines, opposite Metro Cinema, is popular with office workers, college students, and foodies.
The attractive interior of the place - the lofty roof and the mezzanine floor - simply cannot be overlooked. The smells of some genuinely great meals made here, on the other hand, cannot be overlooked at Kyani's.
Kyani & Co is well-known for its bakery items such as puddings, cherry and lagano custard, biscuits, and cream puffs. The café is well-known for their Irani tea for Rs15 and bun maska, but it also serves the popular Akuri and salli par eedu. A healthy Irani breakfast for less than Rs100 also appeals to travellers.Everything on their menu is really inexpensive and easy on the wallet.
What should you know before visiting Kyani and Co.?
Staff at Kyani & Co. have been working there for over 30 years, and they can get a little picky if you linger for too long, just chatting away once you're done. Also, no laptops are permitted.
FAQ on Kyani & Co.
Does Kyani & Co. offer takeaway?
Yes, Kyani & Co. offers takeaway services.
Is reservation required to visit Kyani and Co.?
There is no need to make a reservation, and you will be welcomed at any time, even at 7.30 a.m.
Is parking available at Kyani and Co.?
No, parking is an issue. You can park in the paid parking lot.
Is the non-vegetarian cuisine Halaal?
Yes, the non-vegetarian cuisine is halaal.
Does Kyani and Co. offer delivery services?
Yes, Kyani and Co. offer delivery services.
What are the various mode of payments in Kyani and Co.?
You can make payment with Cash, Credit Cards, UPI etc. in Kyani and Co.
Their non vegetarian burgers,spicy chicken rolls, mutton kheema fry, chicken sali boti, and dhansak will whisk you away to the seventh heaven. For dessert, try the traditional Parsi custard or the marble or mava cakes from their in-house bakery.
By Abhilasha Prasad
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