The place is your typical low-profile eatery with comfortable tables and chairs. The food served is always hot and fresh and the waiters are quite friendly. It is not s place to hang around. You go there, order what you want, wait but a few minutes to have it served, eat it, pay your bill and leave.
Plus point 1: The food is excellent, perfectly flavoured and served just right. What more could you ask?
Plus point 2: They are well-known for their Rice Sevai (both coconut & lemon flavoured) and then there is the Kela Bhajji, Aloo Bonda and Dal Wada that are yummy.
Plus point 3: I usually prefer to take a parcel of sambar and vegetables for eating with rice. They also give rotis for parcel. One plate of sambar or vegetable (sukka & gilla – dry and with gravy) costs just Rs 10. And the best part is that the stuff they give you for takeaway is extremely fresh and piping hot. I take it all the way from Matunga to my home in Sion. I did just that yesterday and we had a delicious dinner of yellow pumpkin sambar, cabbage and carrot dry curry and paduwal in gravy.
Plus point 4: I have to add here that they also sell South Indian sweets and savouries such as Jhangri, Mysorepak, Murukku, Ribbon Pakoda, etc. The Mysorepak that I bought there just melted in my mouth. Just awesome! The Murukku was delicious too.