It's a cafe, well, in reality it's a restaurant rather than a cafe as we know them. It's a popular place in Mumbai, that's mostly visited by foreigners. The service is super fast. That day they didn't serve alcohol, but they should be because it was the Indian Independence day, August 15. We had some juice (pomegranate and orange, delicious) and a pizza. If something is striking murals painted all over the walls of the room are a chulada.
There are numerous "chai" shops like this in India. It only uses a fire to keep the snack bar open all day. It's used to heat up milk and natural tea to create the most common drink in the country, "chai". It is also quite normal, not frightening, to see young children working from sunrise to sunset. Unfortunately children around the country work when they are quite young. This was in the middle of a busy market and was ideal for seeing the commotion around. The price of "chai" is between 2 and 4 rupees in the whole country. If you are only there for a few days it doesn't really matter, but if you stay a long time it's something you should know. If you get to one of these places and pay directly without asking things it is easier if you want to ask something else later.