With the rise in café culture in Guwahati, it is easy to find a cup of coffee, however, finding a cup of “good coffee” can often result in a lighter wallet and a sour taste. We do not need to tell you that bad cafes exist, after all.
However, fret not. We at EastMojo have compiled the list of five cafes which are bound to tingle your taste buds, and satisfy your deepest coffee desires. Sit back, relax, and dive deep into a book, or your phone. Or meet a friend here and debate. The coffee, and the accompaniments, will be top notch.
Black Art Coffee:
Ever since it opened its doors in February 2020, coffee lovers in Guwahati, have continued to enjoy their favourite beverage of high quality at the Black Art Coffee spot. Nicely tucked away in Bharalumukh riverside near Shantipur bus stand, the cafe serves some of the creamiest, richest coffees. Customers can also enjoy the coffee with the breathtaking view of the Brahmaputra River on one side of the shop and a beautiful hillside on the other. The interior of Black Art Coffee is designed with a minimalistic touch. If you don’t fancy the rays of natural light glistening through the window, then the site of green flowers to complement the natural attraction of its exterior should thrill you.
Located in Dispur, you are overtaken by the aroma of freshly-baked bread as soon as you step inside the café. “The aroma of Arabica beans is enough to know that you are going to get a good cup of smooth coffee like none other,” says Saif Khan, a regular visitor. The red velvet cake is also one iconic dish by the café that pairs perfectly with the roster of coffees provided by the café.
If you are into the trend of coffee experimentation, then this is the right haunt for you. Try Nutella Cappuccino and you would know their level of success in the coffee experimentation. Café Karma is also a place for a good cutting chai for chai lovers out there. The dishes are budget-friendly as well with an equally classy ambiance.
Trust this café and cocktail bar for the best cup of Irish Coffee that you will ever find in Guwahati. The sumptuous English décor with shades of Victorian architecture is complimented with spacious interiors and obviously good food.
11th Avenue Cafe Bistro:
“It’s like a European café with the aroma of freshly brewed coffee,” said Monami Das, a regular patron of the café. With a variety of coffees on the menu, you can come in over and over again till you find the brew that suits your taste.