Known for: Its interiors And delicious finger food
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The first thing to be noted about Mocha is the ambiance and decor. It's a really comfy place for lunch, snacks or just hookah and the music playing is very appropriately chosen, dance remixes. While I cannot speak about the hookah as I have not tried it yet, the food and drinks are quite amazing. While the food is quite expensive, the portions are huge. The servings of lemonades (of which there were different varieties!) were not only very large but served in decorated jars, which I found really creative. The grilled chicken was quite dry, despite being otherwise well prepared. The pizzas are thin crust and absolutely delicious, as were the muffins. The staff was also very attentive. I was a little surprised, as well as disappointed, in the lack of WiFi access here. But all in all this has to be one of the best hookah bar/cafes in town.
I will say, I like the interior of Mocha. The seating area on the ground floor has a little Victorian feel to it with antique looking high-back sofa seats and the chandelier. Walk up the stairs and enter the shisha den of Mocha. So red! It is pretty comfortable when the place is not too crowded. Otherwise, it gets pretty suffocating. Smoke on shisha and sip on a fizzy drink from a jam bottle. Ah. Yes. It is fun to hangout with friends, listen to music and laugh your hearts out. One thing you must certainly not miss is the maggie preparations at mocha. Look out for the events Mocha keeps organizing. It's just not a cafe. it is more than a cafe. You have to be at Mocha to find out more.