An old haunt of this locality, when life and times were simple. This used to be a predominantly Maharashtrian locality and the food is home styled for them.
Out of the tiny and simple menu here, you can't go wrong with the usual crowd favourites such as Thalipeeth, Potato Bhaaji with Puris, Misal and ofcourse, Sabudana Vada. You could wash down either with too sweet coffee or flavoursome Piyush.
It doesn't offer anything remotely called ambiance and decor. But that's the real beauty of it, as you get to eat community style with all your neighbourhood people around. This has remained same although similar restaurants have undergone refurbishment nearby and its draws more people towards this tiny eatery.
On Sankshati and other festival days, you also get Maharashtrian sweetmeats, with advance booking and long queues to boot.
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