Srinathji's just opened their branch at Malad west, which struck my curiosity and a search on burrp revealed their branch at lower parel.
so we, a group of two dozen medicos headed here on gandhi jayanti for lunch.
though the seating is inadequate, they were very flexible and accomodated us all together.
the ambience is ok, there are just too many idols and photos of deities especially Kirshna.
the menu offers something from every corner of the world, right from indian to mexican to lebanese to chinese..and yes italian.
the food is strictly average...no highlights as such...
we ordered, nachos....original yellow cheese....but very plain...hardly any topping...and no toppings options too
veg crispy...good enough but just too much of cabbage.
next came sizzlers....we ordered mexican fajita sizzlers and satellite....they have noodles and rice options, both were average. servings are quite good as far quantity is concerned.
then we tried their parathas.....the alu methi paratha, was the only sore dish....it had too much of bitter methi and no aloo !!
but paneer peas paratha was good...but nothing like north indian parathas......they serve it with chhole9 done in south-indian style) and raita.
their subzis....were typical..
the soups were good..especially tomato soup... the delicate balance of sour and sweet was well maintained.
the mexican pizza with baked beans was very original and perfect.
last and the best was papdi chaat, which was very good...though again nothing like north-indian delhi type.
gulab jamun was again rocking...just sweet enough
the service was good and waiters couteous.
their assortment of cakes and sweets was a visual treat.
and finally...its not expensive at all...