The fact that the restaurant has a Maharashtrian name and is yet a dhaba-style eatery, is what intrigued us the most. As soon as you enter you see a colourful and spacious ambience. They have both an indoor and outdoor set up with bright chairs and walls. They serve Maharashtrian, Chinese, North Indian and seafood dishes in both vegetarian and non-vegetarian varieties.
For starters, we recommend their mutton shorba and chicken sholay kebab if you are non vegetarian and their palak shorba and stuffed mushroom tandoori if you are vegetarian. Their shorba are filled with flavours and you can taste the herbs that have gone in them. Their kebabs are very well marinated and cooked to perfection. In main course you can either go for one of their curries like mutton chop masala or dum aloo, or give their biryanis a try. If you are a seafood lover then you will find a ton of options to choose from. From crabs to prawns, red snapper and many more sea fishes - you can try your hands on a lot of things made in different preparations.