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 Mc Donalds  

Type of food served: Vegetarian and Non-Vegetarian
Cuisine: Fast food Speciality: Maharaj Mac,
Fish fillet burger and applepie
Timings: 10 am to 12 pm (Bandra & Vile Parle) 11 am to 11 pm (Andheri, Vashi) 11 am to 7.30 pm (Borivli)
Cost per head: Rs 50 to Rs 150
Address: 1. Vile Parle, Mumbai - 400 056
Phone: 618 8838 / 39 2.
Khar Linking Road, Mumbai - 400 052
Phone: 648 7276 / 78 3.
Andheri,Mumbai - 400 061
Phone: 630 1530 / 32 4.
Borivli, Mumbai - 400 091
Phone: 868 4464 5.
Vashi, Navi Mumbai - 400 0705
Phone: 767 2331 / 767 2999

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 Bay bites 

Type of food served:
Vegetarian and Non-Vegetarian
Cuisine:
Fast food, Indian, Continental, Parsi, Chinese and Moghlai
Speciality:
Roast Chicken, Chicken Dhansak, Sali Boti, Spinach, Chicken Pastas, Quiche Lorraine, Lagan Nu Custard, Kashmiri Pulao Dar, Coffee Liquor Cheese Cake
Timings: 9 am to 7 pm
Cost per head: Rs 45 to Rs 60
Address:
End of Jamnalal Bajaj Marg, Nariman Point, Mumbai - 400021 Phone: 204 9244 / 284 4267*
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 Sharma's Bhel Puri  

The best chaat in town is NOT on the Girgaun Chowpatty side of Charni Road. In fact it is on the East side, about a couple of minutes from the station. As you walk towards Central Plaza on Raja Ram Mohan Roy Road, to the right you will see people crowding at the entrance to a chawl. This is the bhel and chaat outlet of Ram Sevak Sharma.
    The Sharma Bhel Puri House is one of the most popular joints in a city that offers bhel at every corner. A visit to the place will tell you why. This rather quaint eatery has that almost indefinable extra special mix of ingredients that makes for the perfect chaat.
    Ram Sevaks father Ram Snehi Sharma, started Sharmas roughly 50 years ago. The Sharmas hail from Uttar Pradesh, more precisely Agra. The secrets behind the recipes as well as the bawarchis behind the counter are from Agra. The masalas, chutneys and such are strictly home made. These days Ram Sevak is helped out by his two sons Manoj and Neeraj.
    The joint is right at the entrance of Zaveri building. Actually the entrance serves as the eatery. So as soon you get there you are told, politely at first, to stand stand at the side such as to not block the thoroughfare. There is plenty of space to stand (few good bhel experiences come seated). Strategically mounted fans keep you cool.
    The eatery offers all the regular dishes like bhelpuri, sevpuri, dahi batata puri, ragada patties, pani puri. Also on the menu are some dishes not found in your regular bhel joint. Dishes like khasta kachori, kanji wada, dahi pakodi bhel are essentially the Agra connection.
    The ragada patties with the piping hot ragada and crisp patties is most recommended. Frankly all the other items are also good. So you are mostly in for a three-course meal here. Wrap up the eating experience with the pani puri, served with a choice of moong, ragada or alu stuffing. With all the dishes, including the dahi items, at a uniform ten bucks each, the place is immensely affordable. There are quite a few Jain items on the menu also, not surprising considering the predominantly Gujarati and Marwadi clientele. The food tends to be on the sweeter side, so if you do not have much of a sweet tooth, make your preference known at the outset.
    Most interestingly, Sharma serves his food not in steel or other plates, but in the leaf of the saguwan tree. Me thinks, the only place in Mumbai that still does that. It is convenient for the Sharmas (hath baithe hua hai) and adds to the entire eating experience of the customer. Of course sometimes the ragada patties gets too hot to handle. Even the pani puri is served such, with the saguwan leaf making an inch perfect cup.

Address:
309/5, Zaveri Building,
Raja Ram Mohan Roy Road,
Near Hinduja College, Mumbai 400 004.
Phone: 387 8079, 388 7291

 

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