Although staying at MIG club for almost a week, we usually passed the restaurant without giving a second look, as we had something planned daily. It was only on the last day of our trip that per force we had to have lunch at Ameya. The restaurant runs in a partially covered porch with a small indoor seating area. The place has very tight/congested seating arrangement (very difficult to restrain young children who are raring to run around) and remains crowded at all times of the day (which is probably a good thing), and the service is just a step away from tardy. However, the food quality and taste is the saving grace for this establishment. Ameya, which means 'boundless or limitless' in sanskrit, probably refers to the vast variety of dishes on offer or the limitless taste in many of the dishes. I would especially recommend the Kokum juice, a jungle fruit somewhat like a tamarind, which has a unique taste; don't leave the place without having a glass of this thick purple juice. Majority of the patrons were locals, and 2-3 with whom we interacted swore to the authenticity of the Maharashtrian taste of the food. It is good value for money too.
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