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Aafrein

Vile Parle EastWestern Suburbs  

  • 02239895000
  • , Hotel Sahara Star , Opposite Domestic Airport, Vile Parle East, Mumbai
  • North West Frontier
3.7

3 Reviews / 3 Ratings

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Aafrein Reviews

abhi.rai - Burrp User

abhi.rai

1 Reviews

February 15,2011

5.0

Place you must visit

Ecellant food..I think best dal makhani and non-veg kababs are available at this place...ambience is very good...service is also good, staff is very friendly..would like to come back again...great place to spend time with your someone special..it is better than the its other restaurant Namak..

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3.0

Why ????

the oonly reason u shld be here is for the view....the much talked abt laser show ...is BORRING.....

food 2/5
service 1/5 pathetic for a 5 star hotel
price... compared to the food 2/5 ..

they dint even have chilled water..

and if u r a grp of 8 or more....u will have have to order for a set menu.... SHIT ....

veg kabas 700 onwards
non veg kababs 1100 onwards...
rotis etc 120...
beer 300 onwards... (pint)

NOT A PLACE FOR DINNER as it only serve kababs

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Sal  - Burrp User

Sal

224 Reviews

April 02,2008

3.0

Beauty without Substance

We were actually going to Namak but the menu didn't sound appealing at all. Glad we decided to go to Aafrein. This place is inside the dome so you have a gorgeous view. I love the way they have done it up. One of the few five stars hotels I actually liked.

For vegetarians there is not much on the menu and out of four five items only one sounded good. The kebabs are served with dal and roti and the quantity is good enough for two. The dal is good but of course nothing can beat the Dal Bukara of ITC. The paneer was soft but kind of bland.

Surprisingly a glass of Indian wine cost a lot more than most other alcoholic drinks.

Damages: Rs 1900 for a plate of kebabs, extra roti, pint of beer and a glass of Indian wine

Only thing that made it worth it was the view and ambience.

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