Meenal Gupte



Visited the place on Ganesh Chaturthi....and I must admit, it was a good call!!!
Sitting down and having an extravagant meal on Ganesh Chaturthi...what a bliss! Food was almost like home. The food overall was good. Just wish they had steamed modak instead of fried ones. Dal palak, cauliflower sabzi, koshimbir, poori, chutneies, pooranpoli, kadhi, all were almost perfect. Bhajani vada was a bit dense and little bit dry. But it is one of the very few places where you get decent sabudana vada with that groundnut chutney. Also Maharashtrians are very particular about serving food in certain order. Every element on the plate has designated location. As far as I know only maharashtrians practice that. Not sure if it's too much to expect, but great if they can follow that. No complaints as such, staff is courteous, and the owner is very much involved, attentive and welcoming. Overall it was a happy Ganesh Chaturthi...! :)​

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Neeti P.



 Worth a try for casual dining. Good food especially the thali with a variety to the menu. Misal, puran poli and sabhudana wada was the best. Service needs to be improved and the waiters should be aware of the dishes being served . Considering Bangalore with limited Maharashtrian options this place does stand above all.

Karishma Kulkarni



 I must warn you, I might be terribly biased because I'm a Mumbai girl through and through and I visited this place for dinner when I was seriously missing home food. My friend and I had the Sunday special thali which was truly incredible. The sabudana vadas were perfect so was the misal which they said they'd only serve with paav if you requested for it, which was strange since eating misal without paav is unheard of.The main course was amazing with perfect polis (chapatis) with ghee and plain varan (dal) with plain rice. Just simple amazing tasty food. Of special mention was the masala bhaat (pulao dish) which truly transported me to my childhood days. Also there was a modak drizzled with ghee as well as a beautiful puranpoli. Made me giddy with pleasure. We also had their thaalipeeth which they served with thecha (chilli paste) like my mom makes and I was a fan! The service was fast and courteous. Couldn't ask for more really. Best dinner ever! ​