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Coffee Shops in Jamnagar

Coffee houses were once the rage in Europe and then the Americas. Intellectuals gathered here to spend hours over a pot of coffee, engaged in debate, writing a book or simply passing the time of the day. Coffee has an interesting history. It is said to have originated in Ethiopia sometime in the thirteenth century. From there the Arabs spread it to the rest of the world. Coffee vendors, in earlier times, would offer free cups of coffee to entice people to take to this refreshing beverage. The earliest coffee houses started operating in Venice and as prices came down, it became a favorite drink by the sixteenth century.

Till not so long ago, coffee was mainly consumed by people mostly in the south of India and by very few elsewhere in the country. Tea remained a favorite tipple. Westernization brought about popularization of coffee with the young generation. Caffe Coffee Day set up shop in various cities across the country as did Barista. You can buy only a couple of varieties of coffee in the country. However, Barista and Cafe Coffee Day introduced coffees from across the world. Here you can sip coffee from Jamaica, from Colombia, North Africa, Morrocco, Algeria, Nigeria and other countries besides the home grown variety. You can order simple coffee, mocha, espresso, latte and coffees with ice creams and spices added for an exotic touch. The ambience in these coffee houses is modern, aimed at attracting a younger audience, especially those working at an executive level, in IT and in call centers.

Coffee Shops in Jamnagar

Jamnagar is modernizing at a rapid pace and the younger generation does have a penchant for hanging out at Café Coffee Day. It is not just to have a cup of coffee. The coffee house also provides typical snacks to go along with coffee and youngsters host parties here for their friends. Chocolate and coffee have a long standing exotic relationship and the two come together marvelously to create a wonderful concoction as offered at the Chocolate Heaven.

The roadside coffee experience is an altogether different one. Any local who asks for coffee from a tea stall receives a cup of milk+water+sugar to which is added a pinch of instant coffee, either Nescafe or Bru. Anything more than a pinch would be considered “strong” in their parlance so if you want real coffee, head for Café Coffee Day or other places where they understand coffee and serve you accordingly. The Madras Coffee experience is an altogether different one. You are served relatively strong foamy coffee but in small steel glass sitting in a small steel bowl. For a classy experience, head to Express Residency Hotel and their Coffee Room for gracious service, excellent coffee and foods to match.

Here are a few of the places to have coffee in Jamnagar:

Café Coffee Day
Adlabs Premises
Airport Road

The Chocolate Heaven

Ketan House,

Shri Paras Co. Op. Society,

Off Bedi Road,
Phone: 0288-2550601 

Baker’s Point

Mile Stone, Panchvati
Pandit Nehru Marg

Madras Restaurant

Teen Batti

Hotel Express Residency

Jamnagar-Dwarka Highway,
Moti Khavdi
Phone: 0288 3911000, 2344490/16

Coffee, they say, is an ice breaker and could be the oil that lubricates relationships or starts the engine of love. Anything can happen over a cup of coffee: the start of a love affair or a coup. If you have your eyes on a girl, invite her to Café Coffee Day and kick start a caffeinous relationship.

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