Mocca Coffee I have visited Mocca coffee thrice and I am so not over it yet. The cafe keeps on surprising me with every visit. This new eatery in Karachi is so attractive in every way. The menu, ambiance, service and the quality of food, everything is perfect. I love the beautiful interior of the place which is quite cool and classy. For me, this is the best place to go to if you need some peace and want to relax with a nice cup of coffee or for a formal dinner with friends or family.
Staff members at Mocca are very cooperative and polite. They will guide you properly regarding their menu items if needed and will give you honest suggestions regarding the taste of the dishes. The following are the must-try dishes at Mocca coffee.

Spicy chicken tandoori panini: The dish with a filling of chicken, cheese, and grilled red peppers was delicious. Fries were crispy and soft and tasted good along with the sauce. Quantity was enough for 1 person. Overall, I liked the presentation of the dish however, it was not very spicy.

Penne piquant pasta: Though it wasn’t spicy, I loved the cheesy taste of this particular dish. Blended with green sauce with toppings of cheese olives and grilled tomato pieces. I loved every bit of this pasta even though I am a person who is obsessed with spicy food. Quantity was perfection and enough for 1 person. For all the cheese lovers out there this is a must try.

Caramelito Coffee: I am a coffee addict and I like trying different flavors of the beverage. I decided to try something different last week and I found this on the menu. Caramel taste was present there. It was neither sweet nor bitter. The taste was balanced and surely served as a good start of my morning.
So that concludes our review of Mocca Coffee. Did you like the review? Leave your opinion in the comments below along with the name of the places that you think should be reviewed. For more such reviews and photos keep following me on Facebook at FoodInterest.Ktown

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