The Kala Ghoda Café is an intimate space in the heart of Mumbai's art district. It is set in an early 20th century barn. The roof height is great, allowing for the original brick walls to be used as a photo space. The gallery is blessed with ample light during the day, but is nonetheless kitted out with a sophisticated lighting system to view prints under optimum conditions. The café from the outset was conceived as an alternative to the chain-café experience for the Colaba/Fort/Churchgate triangle, and has been designed as an informal, friendly local hangout. We like to use locally sourced ingredients where possible, and make our own blend of the finest certified organic shade grown arabica and robusta coffee varieties, selected for their spicy notes, bold-yet-smooth taste, and ability to produce persistent crema. All our coffees are sourced directly from plantations which engage in sustainable practices. For our decaf selection, we choose Italian blends that can offer an acceptable body and crema. Light healthy food, teas and infusions are also served. Current menus are available on www.kgcafe.in/menus.html.