Colaba Junction

Bombay. Relived with Colaba food.

MUMBAI's CULTURE SQUARE

Colaba Junction

A restaurant deeply connected to the lost Irani cafes and bistros in Colaba, Mumbai.

With Colaba Junction opening its doors at 801 Bay Street, Toronto – there is now a splendid option to breaking the monotony of food court meals for the daily office goers in Toronto’s financial district.

And some Bombay blues.

An Indo-Iranian Legacy

The old Irani cafes of Bombay have almost all disappeared – their faded elegance once attracting all measure of Indian life.

Slowly turning ceiling fans breathed life into the students, lawyers, writers, taxi-wallas and businessmen who sipped tea or dined next to walls adorned with sepia-toned family portraits.

Opened early last century by immigrants from Iran, there were almost four hundred cafes at their peak in the 1960s. Now, fewer than thirty remain.

Colaba Junction’s vision is to reintroduce Canadian Indian’s to the charm and rustic grace of these cafes, brining the experience to a new audience.

INDIA's BURGER

Station Vada Pav

Snacks Menu

FROM COLABA WITH LOVE

Chowpatty Bhel

Vegetables Menu

TRADITIONAL INDIAN FLAVOURS

Butter Chicken

Bada Big Bowls Menu

THE COMPLETE EXPERIENCE

Veg Thali

Curry Menu

Colaba connection

The history of Colaba is deep rooted in the Koli
(the native fishermen) community of Mumbai, India
along with Portuguese and Anglo-Indian settlements.

Thus, the menu at Colaba is inspired from the confluence of cultures as experienced in today’s chic Colaba, Mumbai.

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