It was Sunday morning, around 11 am and I decided to visit Banana Leaf at Juhu Versova Link Road in Mumbai. It was not crowded. Seat was easily available.
While going through the menu I found more than 30 varieties of Dosa, more than 20 varieties of Idli and more than 20 varieties of Uttappam. Other than this they have Soup, South Indian Snacks, Rice Plate, Vegetable Dishes, Mini Meal, Hot and Cold Beverages and more than 30 types of juices.
I was confused which one to order. Finally I order Methi Garlic Dosa and Pineapple Lime Cooler juice. Methi Garlic Dosa was Ok Ok but juice was good one.
The ambience was descent. Service was quick.
I paid Rs. 160 for Methi Garlic Dosa and Rs. 135 for Pineapple Lime Cooler. Total I paid – Rs. 349.
I think I should visit it again and try some Idlis or any other variety of Dosa to come to a conclusion how good the food is.
We three decided to try Global Fusion at Versova for lunch. It was 3:30 pm, they have closed the new entries because at 4:00 pm they close the restaurant for lunch. Upon request entry was given. The moment I enter the restaurant I like the ambience and the dim lights. Each table is big and secluded. Though it was crowded but I don’t feel the rush.Â The restaurant is quite big with multiple sections.
The amount of food around makes me crazy. It is like – sea of dishes.
It has widest range of starters – veg. and non-veg and serving buffet for lunch. You can choose the starters you like and pick up slips. Hand it over to waiter. Hot starters will be at your table.
Starters are the major ones and main course is a small part.
You have to enter the restaurant with empty stomach to enjoy sea of dishes and food.
Taste wise I like the starters more and moong dal halwa as dessert. It was like icing on the cake.
The service is fast. Would visit again.
The restaurant is situated almost behind Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital.
How much we paid for three of us?
Rs. 2038 only. Definitely value for money.
We decided to have dinner at Pratap The Dhaba on a rainy day to enjoy proper Punjabi food with proper Dhaba ambience.
Firstly we were served fried masala garlic and onions which were great in taste. And then we were welcome with a shot of pudina jaljira which was very tasty.
Starters we ordered Achari Tandoori Kukkad and Paneer Pudina Wala.
After starters next we order was Dhaba Spl. Chicken, Sarson Da Sag, Makke Di Roti and Garlic Naan.
Service was prompt. They don’t make you wait for too long.
Dessert we requested for Jalebi & Rabri and Kheer.
While we pay the bill we enjoy the complementary paan shots to enhance our dinning experience.
The dinner for three of us cost Rs. 2356 including tax.
The X factor of this dhaba is Welcome Drink.
Overall excellent dhaba with quick service, good food and not so costly.
A must visit dhaba for punjabi food.
We were three. Two were Non-Veg. and One Veg. The dinner cost us 3654 (with taxes) rupees. A little expensive.
We order Chicken regular, Drums of Heaven Hong Kong Style, Exotic Veg. in Chilli Basil SC in Clay Pot, Mixed Veg. Fried Rice, Salt Pepper Veg Tempura, Soup Eight Treasure Veg., Soup Hot & Sour Chicken.
Dessert we had Sizz. Brownie with Ice Cream.
Chicken was perfect. It was soft and cooked well.
Ambience nice but service little slow.Â Food Is Perfectly Cooked. The Flavors Are Balanced. Staff Is Friendly.
Note: If its your birthday a guitarist along with the staff sings the birthday song.
Before visiting we enquire about seat availability. It was full. We had half an hour waiting time. Weekend is crowded. Enquire about seat availability before visiting.
Will visit again but forÂ afternoon buffet.
Here fell dead on June 21, 1576, Chetak – the daring and devoted horse of Maharana Pratap. In spite of being badly wounded, Chetak saved his master in his critical hour by carrying him from Rakta-Talai to the other end of Haldi-Ghati by jumping across the nearby stream. To cherish the loyalty and sacrifice of Chetak, this memorial was raised.