In Goregaon? Don't Miss Sapre & Sons' Iconic Maharashtrian Fare
What Makes It Awesome
We’ll be blunt - Sapre & Sons is no less than a cultural icon in Goregaon West. The owner set up shop well over 30 years ago, and this eatery stands where it always has - still going strong. A two-minute walk from Goregaon station, and super accessible via SV Road, it’s a small space that seats no more than 18-20 people at once, and it’s usually full. The menu is concise, no-frills, and a 100% foolproof. Everything we ate was delicious (and we ate a lot!), and reasonably priced. We started off with the misal pav (₹90) which was divine, and thankfully didn’t come submerged in a pool of oil. They were happy to make it spicier if asked! We were curious about the farali misal(₹90), which is an upvas-friendly variant of misal. This dish is not super flavourful, but its simplicity makes it delish. Next up, we ordered the thali peeth (₹60). Served with a dollop of white butter, it tasted great, but we wish the portion size was bigger. We were recommended the Piyush(₹50), which was super refreshing, and just what we needed in this heat, followed by kothimbir vadis (₹65), which were perfectly crunchy, and soft on the inside. We have no complaints. We ended the meal with Kharvas (₹50). We’re told it isn’t always available, so ask beforehand if you want to try it!
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