A group of 6 of us stopped here for breakfast on our way to Sula. It's quite easy to spot. Once you get out of Kalyan and reach Padga (you'll know if you keep your GPS on) it's on your right. You'll have to go a bit ahead, and take a U turn and you're in a large parking lot.
It's technically not a dhaba... so don't expect to be breakfasting with truckers. They've attempted to set up an old large Punjabi haveli, with rustic seating, old-style switches, large fans from high ceilings and life-like statues of Punjabi farmer folk. 5 stars for the ambience... even if a little amature... its fun & clean. We sat in the outdoor section. It wasn't crowded - just a couple of families.
We stopped for breakfast... and a Punjabi breakfast = Paranthe. We ordered all kinds - paneer, pyaaz, aloo, green peas, gobi, sugar. The paneer paratha & the sugar variety was outstanding. The rest were decent. The accompaniments (dal, dahi, pickle) were just about okay. The parathas are prices at about 80-100 Rs a plate. Tad expensive. There is a lot more variety in breakfast (eggs, puris, south indian fare). We rounded off the meal with chai & lassi, and we were a happy bunch. 3.5 for the food.
The garden next to the restaurant is lovely. Fun for photo-ops with a scarecrow and a little well.
Overall, it's fun for a visit. They apparently have live nights, so one could consider stopping for dinner on the way to Bombay.