The Quorum–the first homegrown private member’s club–now opens Café Reed just next to it. The best part? You need not be a member of the club to access the multi-cuisine cafe. Whether you want to dine in with your friends or conduct work meetings, the cafe welcomes all. But there’s more to it than its dining experience. With an aim to make the space more interactive, the cafe will feature a revolving rotation of retailers, wellness pop-ups, and workshops for you to indulge in.
Led by Chef Pranay Kumar Singh & Chef Avisek, the culinary selections at Café Reed offer a wide range of cuisines from Pan Asian and Italian, to Meditteranean and Indian. The café focuses on organic, sustainable cuisine to provide an authentic gourmet dining experience. You can relish from an all-day à la carte menu offering breakfast, brunch, dinner and everything in between. The breakfast recommendations include healthy bowls, quinoa pancake with Granny Smith apple, finger brioche french toast and Indian dishes like misal pav and stuffed paratha. Sounds yum, doesn’t it?
Heading there for a drunch or night out with your squad? Start with a refreshing round of cocktails–take your pick from Aperol spritz, sangrias, martinis, a pop-up Gimlet Trolley offering a range of exclusive cocktails (courtesy of Stranger & Sons), and more. Make sure you try the salads and appetizers such as yellowfin tuna tartare, pearl barley and Asian pear salad, and baked brie. In addition to soups, sandwiches and burgers, the café has delectable Pan-Asian starters and salads like Asian chilli garlic shrimp, and Asian vegetables and avocado salad. And let’s not forget the dessert menu complete with both Indian and Western options.
If you’re looking to spend some downtime in the city on a quiet afternoon, Café Reed at the Quorum is the space to be.
Located on the 8th floor of One World Center, Lower Parel, Café Reed is open to serve from 8 am to 12 am.
Photographs: Isha Shah Studio