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Cafe Mangii

No.3, Transocean House, Lake Boulevard Road, Hiranandani Business Park, Powai, Mumbai
11:00 am to 01:30 am

Price: Rs.1500 for two

Cuisine: Continental, European, Italian

Known for: Wood Fired Pizzas

Home delivery
Serves alcohol
Bar area
Valet parking
Late Night Eats
Notable Wine List
Air conditioned
Take Away


  • Most people would recommend this place to others
  • Most tried items: pizza
  • Few people mentioned anniversary dinner

Additional remarks from reviews:

lack of cordination bw staff
Amazing italian food
Bad experience
Crowded in evenings
Bimal Shah - Burrp User

Bimal Shah

September 02,2013

Noticeable Improvement

+ As a former disgruntled customer and reviewer, I was pleased to see noticeable improvements in the service and food quality
+ Attentive servers and prompt service
+ Food is not as creamy or unnecessarily spicy as before
+ Music is the right volume

- Some improvement still needed to match what cafe mangii used to be
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Rohit_K222 - Burrp User


August 16,2013

Bad Service Experience

Having been to the Khar outlet twice before I decided to give the Powai restaurant a shot for my Independence Day dinner with my wife. My earlier pleasant experiences with Cafe Mangii in Khar was the only reason I chose it in spite of having a plethora of excellent dining options in the area. Well, not going there anymore!!

It started off well - We were there at around 8, early-ish for dinner service and there were quite a few vacant tables. We were directed to our table and got a friendly and smiling waiter for our service. We started with the minestrone soup which was a bit more tomatoey for a minestrone than I expect, but yummy nevertheless. We decided to try the Jalapeno and cheese poppers. It was OK but was more like a bar finger food and looked a bit out of place for a Italian fine dine. I should have stuck to the fondues or the gnocchis for the appetizers. Having tried their pastas before - we decided to go for a pizza this time. The Smoked Scarmoza which left us a tad disappointed. It could have been done well if the toppings were more generous. What stood out ironically was the delicious peach and apricot iced tea (Yes Iced-tea! I-Day = Dry day remember?)

Things start to go sour after that. After we are done with out food and waiting to order the desert, Mr . Manager comes in and asks if we can shift tables so that they can join our table to accommodate a larger group waiting outside. Now, anyone in the hospitality industry will tell you one of the basic courtesies is to never ask a guest to move tables before he is done. My local Udupi restaurant doesn't do that and let alone a fine-dine restaurant!!! No matter how politely it is requested, it is still insulting. And it was not even like we were lingering at our table more then we ought to. Mr. Managers argument was that he is requesting it only because there are kids in the group. lol. So What? Kids not handicapped or old people for whom I would have gladly given up my seat. You can't really expect anyone to buy that excuse, clearly it was because a larger group means more business to you.

Anyway, we decided to not wait for desert and pay up and leave. An attempt was made to placate us by offering a free desert or discount on the bill. ugghh! For an area like Hiranandani which has such great dining options with little to chose between them - sometimes its the service and the experience which tips the balance in favour or against a particular restaurant. I, for one, will take my valuable rupee and spend it elsewhere next time.
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