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What’s so special about Café Barbera?

Café Barbera is a unique concept of the coffee house which claims to be the only provider of original Italian coffee in Pakistan. Cafe Barbera is located at 56-B/3, Mahmood Kasuri Road near Hussain Chowk, Block B 3 Gulberg 3, Lahore. One of the busiest areas and the heart of Lahore.

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DomenicoBarbera established CaféBarbera after his name. Cafe Barbera is operating in Pakistan for five years. With the launch of this cafe a few years back it has gained a lot of popularity in the youngster. It has not stopped yet it continues in the flourishing food scene of Lahore.

Well, I had got to experience this cafe a few months back. I with my friend was searching for a good place for an English breakfast. On someone’s recommendation, we went to the English Tea House but because of the full house, we had to search for another Breakfast place. So, we Googled to get mushwarah and found good reviews about it. We drove to our new destination. Although we wanted to try out everything after reaching there because the comfy place was increasing my appetite. Everything looked appealing and absolutely delectable.

Ambiance and Staff

We both found it’s interior very simple yet so artistical. Later, after some search we found out that Visual Artist Ali Baba was commissioned for the ceiling, outdoor walls & partition artworks, while the interior and furniture were local, managed & designed by Suhail & Fawad Architects

The ambiance of cafe Barbera is relaxing with comfortable couches, calm, pleasant, mood lighting music, ample space around giving privacy to each table, and comfortable walking space. It looks like they are quite serious about the privacy of their customers. they have keenly looked up all the elements.

What's so special about Café Barbera?
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On the other hand, we could not judge the serves activeness and service because of the reason that it was not a busy cafe at that time. But sometimes it was quite hard to get the attention of a waiter. Other than that we found there service fine.


In total, this cafe has 65 items. With the spirit of Italian cuisine and food presentation, Café Barbera offers Coffee, pasta, pizzas, sandwiches, soup, dessert, Beverages, pastries, salads and burgers in their menu. Their menu has multiple coffee options.


It offers a high-tea platter similar to the one at the English Tea House. The hi-tea menu at Café Barbera includes a delicious Instagram-worthy platter for two, which is served with refreshing mint margaritas and a choice of tea or green tea. The platter includes freshly baked pizza, panini, chicken wings and a variety of pastries along with other finger food items in 999/- plus tax. The timing for it is 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm.

What's so special about Café Barbera?
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Overall my experience at Cafe barbera was satisfying. It was a warm and elegant dining experience. But I noticed somethings I want to share. I felt that they have limited Main Course Variety. It was a bit expensive than the other restaurants around it.


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