Coffee works… yes obviously coffee works.. why would you expect otherwise?
For me, only coffee works. And coffee makes things work. It makes Monday work. And it makes work, work!
And then work makes me work, so basically coffee makes me work. So while coffee works for me, I work for coffee.
Oh my, so much coffee!
I think I need coffee!!
You see, I tend to blabber when the caffeine levels in my body lower. And when this happened one morning on our return journey to Mumbai, we detoured towards this (almost) new and much-in-news cafe in Kharghar: The Koffee Works.
We reached here Sunday at their opening hour, being the first and the only people in the cafe. The Koffee Works is located on the ground floor of a shopping complex in Kharghar, right next to a medical store. Kinda odd location for a coffee shop, with vendors selling vegetables outside, but then, just imagine the fun you would have over your cup of coffee, as you leave behind the rush and noise and the madness.
But in all certainty, you would probably not even be paying attention, coz all the floral prints, the funky knick-knacks, the cutesy lights and the warm ambience would keep you and your thoughts inside the gates. Firmly put. And if you can get over those cute floral couches, then +5 points to you. And if you happen to, with any luck, find where the owners got theirs from, please tell me, oh please!!
Here is what we hogged on:
Tomato Mozzarella Panini Sandwich: Before we get to how this was, all I have to say is – you have got to try this!
Tomatoes, Zucchini, Bell Pepper and Jalapenos, top this with lots of mozzarella and oregano. Toasted to perfection, not overly crisp and neither soggy. So delicious, my mouth is still watering at just the thought of it! The pesto was delicious and the combination of pesto and mozzarella gave this sandwich a mouth watering aroma.
Peppery Hot Paneer Sandwich was another delicious option. It was not very spicy, but flavourful, with the paneer melting in the mouth. Paneer Tikka Sandwich was strictly okay, nothing like the Hot pepper paneer.
Mocha Frappe was delightful. Perfect level of sweetness and the chocolatey flavour. Just what you need for the kick!
Kold Brew on the Rocks was a delightfully strong combination of black coffee and whipped cream. Served super chilled with ice cubes, this one was refreshing, to say the least.
Red Velvet Shake is a red velvet lover’s fantasy. Thick and consistent, not overly sweet, this is a delight to sip on!
And add to that the dense red velvet cake crumbs on top!
The Koffee Works is a great place to hang out and enjoy your caffeine dosage. Head here soon!