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Prakash

Shivaji Park  

  • 02224304921
  • Shiv Sena Bhavan, Next to Kithe Hall, Gokhale Road, Shivaji Park, Dadar West, Mumbai
  • Maharashtrian
  • Meal for 2 - 200
3.9

46 Reviews / 47 Ratings

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4.0

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Sabudana heaven

A way to recognize if a person is a Dadarkar or not is by asking him the directions for this place called Prakash. Recently shifted to a bigger space, this age-old restaurant holds a special place in the hearts of traditional Dadarkaris. This place serves Maharashtrian snacks like no one else and it's fast and no-frills service is a huge welcome. The first thing you have to order here is the Sabudana Wada. I bet you won't have tasted a Sabudana Wada like this before. It is filled with peanuts and is crispy to its core. Also, some must trys are Kothimbir Wadi, Batata Wada and Misal. After your dose of snacks, you can complete the meal by having the calorie loaded Piyush.

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Experience Maharashtrian snacks !!

A popular maharastrian snack joint in Dadar. Like several other reviewers; have been visiting this place since childhood. I guess the menu has remained more or less constant; but one never gets tired of eating the same stuff. Misal & Batata puris are favourite along with Piyush. No frills joint with amazingly quick service. Not a place for leisurely eating ; since there will always be people waiting for table to vacate. Be prepared to share your tables with complete strangers. A must visit place.

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3.5

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Strictly and simply Marathi!

Looking for an out and out, no frills, Maharashtrian food experience? It's got to be Prakash at Dadar. While comparisons with Aaswad are most likely, what I like best about Prakash is the fact that it offers only Maharashtrian food - No dosas, no sandwices etc. And yet the crowds (especially) on weekends are to be seen to be believed. There's no AC, no fancy seating and nothing special in the presentation and serving of the food. Go there only for Marathi food and you will not be disappointed.

Sabudana wadas, as everyone has already mentioned here is crispy and delicious. Fantastic chutney served along with it. Batata Wadas too, are really well made - great filling. Misal is also, very much like the home-made types - loaded with pulses and not spicy. I haven't had the famous Piyush there as yet but I'm sure it will be good, just like the Masala Milk that I had. For sweets, they have options like Dink Ladu, Gajar wadi and Dudhi wadi, other than the usual Shrikhand and Shira. Really liked this traditional touch.

You'll barely find anyone wasting their time here. Eat and leave is the mantra. Simple ambience and Wonderful taste - that's the classic Prakash Restaurant!

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3.5

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Typical Maharastrian Food

An age old restaurant maintaining its flavor of Maharashtraian dishes. Ideal place to taste the original Maharashtraian food. Try sabudana vada,misal ,thalipeet and piyush .

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4.3

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Maharashtrian Snacks

Serves one of the best Maharshtrian food.... Batata Vada, Misal Pav & Kanda Poha should be tried out... Piyush the maharashtrian drink is also great to try for the first timers

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Best Maharashtrian Snacks !

Prakash is a must visit for the best sabudana wada in the whole world !!!!!
Amaizng snacks and food options for maharashtrian food lovers !
This is very you get authentic stuff !!!
Be ready to sahre your table with complete stranger, this place is always full of people.
Great food at affordable price !
Prakash is recommended by many dadarkars like me.
A trivia : Sachin Tendulkar too loves the Sabaudana wada here !!

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Maharashtrian food @ its best

A very good Maharashtrian eating place with a quickest service. The restaurant has stuck to its Maharastrian menu and is good to go for both snacks and meals. Always crowded! so better to get parcel but even there also you face the crowd which shows the popularity of the place. sabudana wada along with chatani are the ones you can’t get anywhere. Also try the misal pav, batata wada, kothimbir wadi. The piyush, masala milk are amazing!! Recently shifted because of construction work, new place adjacent to the old place.

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November 28,2013

4.8

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ZHAKASS MAHARASHTRIAN FOOD

Yummiest and TIKHAAT MISSAL pav vaada kanda poha sabu wada all maharashtrian food it's just mast time to spend I always visit Sunday morning with friends and sometime with my family's it's nice place to chit chat with your old mates even the chai is good and fine . ....The missal is just great you feel like eating more and more. Also the nice and do get there if you like maharashtrian food and love spicy food to eat ....

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3.0

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Good ol' days

An old haunt of this locality, when life and times were simple. This used to be a predominantly Maharashtrian locality and the food is home styled for them.

Out of the tiny and simple menu here, you can't go wrong with the usual crowd favourites such as Thalipeeth, Potato Bhaaji with Puris, Misal and ofcourse, Sabudana Vada. You could wash down either with too sweet coffee or flavoursome Piyush.

It doesn't offer anything remotely called ambiance and decor. But that's the real beauty of it, as you get to eat community style with all your neighbourhood people around. This has remained same although similar restaurants have undergone refurbishment nearby and its draws more people towards this tiny eatery.

On Sankshati and other festival days, you also get Maharashtrian sweetmeats, with advance booking and long queues to boot.

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THE best maharashtrian food in mumbai!

I have come to this place since 1998 when it was a tiny place with just 4 - 5 benches and seen it become big as it is now. This is a classic example of a business that has expanded yet kept its originality and stuck to its tradition. The decor is very simple, seating area is huge. The service is very quick.
The first day when I ate here, I had sabudana wada and piyush, I had loved it! Piyush is blend of shrikhand and butter milk. It is sweet. They have maintained the awesomeness of that sabudana wada till today. Perfect blend of crispness and soft inside. The piyush is superb. The combination is brilliant. I also have dalimbachi curry and puri. Beautiful taste! Puri's are good and no oil is visible on them.. which is good. If you are fasting, then you have lot of options. They have variety of food that you can have during fasting and really good ones.
The only issue is that many a times you will find a long que out of prakash. Especially during breakfast, snack hours. But, even if you find a que please wait as you will not be dissapointed for sure!

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Jai Maharashtra!

Prakash symbolises the ultimate Maharashtrian cuisine place! Everything from poha, misal, thalipeeth, sabudana vada, batata vada is fantastic. Although no ambience in crammed most times, its a must visit for everyone who wants to try authentic Maharashtrian cuisine. The original place has moved 500 metres down the road.

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Jatin K

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August 16,2013

4.0

mumbai typical!

been frequenting this eatery for years.. this place exists since almost my grand father having lunch there with his school friends.. you need to share the table with someone waiting and place the order from the selected few items in the menu. batata vada and sabudana vada along with peanut chutney is a treat. dahi misal and piyush is a must. a great maharashtrian taste and satisfaction with less damage to your pocket.

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5.0

An Institution.

Prakash is around even before my parents were born and it has been serving food to many such generations. As the restaurants go, it has not improved in terms of decor, its staff is as devoid of courtsey as it was but the food quality is described in just one word - awesome. I have eaten here with my grandfather. The people who used to come then - have either passed away or some of them have become grandparents themselves. But the quality is just like that. Prices have gone up but quantity hasn't reduced. Even today, Prakash attracts customers, makes them loyal and beckons them time and again. It is an institution, at least for us Shivaji Park residents.

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Awesome sabudana vada

Fine sunday morning landed up to prakash after visiting Siddhivinayak mandir with mom, ordered sabudana vada, misal (they dont serve pav here), piyush & karvas. Surprised to taste it as the sabudana vada were same as 15 years back when we use to have it while college days. awesome misal & great piyush......

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The quick, the delicious and the cheap

If you want to sample some fantastic, authentic Maharashtrian breakfast and snacks, without burning a hole in your pocket, then Prakash is your best bet. Located in the Gokhale Road lane adjacent to the iconic Sena Bhavan, a stone’s throw away from Shivaji Park in Dadar – the epicentre of the Maharastrian community in Mumbai.

The restaurant is very basic, despite the makeover it received some years back. Contrary to the food, the interiors and the ambiance (there’s no AC section and the place is crammed with tables) are not worth writing about. But considering their food prices, one simply shouldn’t complain.

The service is quick unlike most restaurants and so will your time spent at Prakash – you won’t have the liberty to linger around for conversations at your table. Be warned: The stern-looking waiters will hover around your table to take your order continuously and might even seem eager to hand you over the bill so that you cough up the moolah and make a quick exit. And well, I can’t blame them because there’s a line of people waiting to get inside and eat, always! It’s like a culinary wham-bam-thankyou-ma’am experience. So basically, it’s nothing personal, it is business.

Recently, I visited Prakash after a period of 13 years and the quality of food hasn’t changed but sadly, neither has the number of dishes on the menu (I was expecting the restaurant to have expanded – space and menu-wise and interiors revamped considering their popularity).

My friends and me, without wasting any time, placed our order just like we were expected to do. Barely three minutes later, the dishes arrived. The hot round Sabudana Vada (Rs 40) is the best one I have ever had and rightly so, is their best-seller. It’s crisp on the outside, soft on the inside and the taste is just too good – spicy with a hint of sweetness – along with bits of crushed peanuts, green chilli and cumin seeds (jeera). All it takes is one bite and you’re hooked. Simply said, it’s a sin to not order these at Prakash.

The Batata Vada plate (Rs 32) had two big vadas accompanied with Peanut chutney that is served with most snacks. As I spooned out a portion of the vada, I noticed it was plain bright yellow with the conspicuous absence of mustard seeds, green chillies and bits of curry leaves that are traditionally found in Batata Vadas. And frankly, as I ate the flavoursome spicy Vada, I didn’t miss the presence of the above things as they were quite nice. As for the peanut chutney, I wasn’t a fan but both my friends relished it.

The crispy fried Aluwadi (Rs 40) occupies a special place in my heart, thanks to my childhood memories. Unlike the Gujarati version of Aluwadi known as Patra, which are mini-sized and are given a tempering of mustard seeds and garnished with fresh coriander, Prakash serves two big, thick slices of Aluwadis fried to crisp with little specks of sesame seeds on them. They’re a bit spicy but delicious and the sole credit goes to its crunchiness.

The Kothimbir Wadi (Rs 34) is another house specialty, which includes three piping hot crisp-on-the-outside but soft-on-the-inside squared patties. It is made out of chopped coriander, a generous amount of chopped green chillies, crushed ginger mixed in a thick gram flour batter along with other spices, which is then steamed. Later, it’s cut into squares and deep-fried. Because this dish is quite spicy, it is served alongside a sweet and sour date-tamarind or khajoor-imli chutney.

The Thalipeeth (Rs 40) is another hot-selling snack that one shouldn’t miss. Basically, it’s like a fried thick circular disc made from a mixture of ground foodgrains like jowar, bajra, nachni, etc., spices especially garam masala and chopped onion. To ensure that the centre of the Thalipeeth cooks through, they have a little hole in the centre. I could feel the goodness of these foodgrains as I ate the Thalipeeth.

Since a majority of the snacks at Prakash are on the spicy side and served piping hot, the perfect drink to wash them down is their ultra-delicious Piyush (Rs 32). For those unacquainted with this cooling refreshing drink, please do yourself a favour and try it. Made from curd, sugar, and perfectly flavoured with cardamom and nutmeg, I can best describe it as liquidised shrikhand.

Most items on their menu are priced between Rs 16 to 46, and in today’s age of merciless inflation it is a steal. The food is as authentic as can be and the consistent quality is the restaurant’s USP. So pardon the lack of good ambiance and friendly service, and embrace the delicious spicy food and quick service.

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NYTimes recommended Maharashtrian snacks @ Prakash

Over time, Prakash has become very endearing to me. It is a 'no nonsense' place, where you stand in queue, share tables with other guests and get served fast. Thus, do not expect great ambience, just go there to eat mouth watering range of Maharashtrian snacks. Till very recently I had not noticed a poster on their wall above the billing counter, citing a review in New York Times. I was surprised that such a small establishment is so famous. It feels nice when a place gets a recognition purely on the merit of good food!

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Food @ its Best

Another legendary restaurant/eatery serving authentic Maharashtrian [Vegetarian] cuisine. It is located diagonally opposite another legend, Aaswad.

It has been renovated recently and looks nice with some colourful walls, soft lights and a few wild life picture frames. Blue bench seats and tables are still the same. At the cash counter, you are greeted by a Burrp Certificate and an enlarged article about this restaurant which was printed in The New York Times.

Finding a place to sit here is still difficult; don’t be surprised if you have to share the table with strangers.

The service is fast & very efficient. The waiters are dressed in a very unique uniform; white trousers, rose pink shirt and a white Gandhi topi [cap]. After you are done eating, the bill is presented to you on a yellow piece of paper written in pencil; a practice followed for many years now.

Start with the Misal because it is served the fastest; order a Sabudana Wada or Thalipith / Kothimbir Wadi for later. The Sabudana Wada is legendary here. Please also try the Mutter Pattice [Green Peas] which is served with very tangy tamarind chutney. If you don’t mind consuming something bit oilier, please order the Veg Samosa [made with Green Peas, Cauliflower, French Beans and a spicy masala]
All the above items are served with Groundnut chutney which again is a speciality of this restaurant. It is coarsely ground chutney made with Raw Groundnuts with a sprinkling of fresh coriander.

After you are done with the eating part, order for the Piyush or you also get Masala Milk, a Must Try.

After eating as much as you can stuff [a maximum of 3 items + Piyush / Masala Milk], the bill will surely around Rs.200; Value for Money.

When you are @ Shivaji Park & you have to choose between Aaswad & Prakash for snack, you feel you have been asked to choose between Sachin Tendulkar & Rahul Dravid; each a legend in his own right, assured of his individuality and prowess yet respectful of each other.

It’s difficult to choose between the two.

Overall Rating: 4.5/5

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4.3

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Amchi Mati Amchi Swaypak

One of the few Authentic and proudly 'Only Maharashtrian dish/es' serving Restaurant !!!!
(Sorry Aaswaad - diagonally opposite - you shud not be serving Dosas ?)
Imagine a Restaurant calling the popular 'UPMA' as 'Thikat Sheera' !!!!
This exemplifies Prakash's pride in being authentically Maharashtrian.
All Mumbaikars must have had Kaanda Poha or Batata Poha. Popular myth is that even till recently, brides had to serve Poha during the Arranged Marriage Bride viewing occasion.
BUT Ever heard of 'Vaangi Poha' ? Can't blame you (by the way - Vaangi means Brinjal). Even some of my Marathi friends had not. A MUST TRY - the delicate taste of totally fried to the skin Brinjal with a delicate 'now there-now not there' Garam Masala, The Misal, the great Patal Bhaji, the SPOT ON Sabudana Wada .... one can go on. In my numerous visits to Prakash, I have never been disappointed by any dish.
A MUST GO place for any Mumbaikar (Take Pride - even Pune does not serve Vaangi Poha.
Please note they are moving to the opposite side of the road shortly (news I am sharing so that no Food Lover misses this place - currently on the same side of the pavement as Sena Bhavan)

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Always FULL

Been coming here for years now..but past 3-4 years i have never found a seat lol.So these days i prefer take-away.

This place is a vatican for people who do weekly upas.All the sabudana items are top notch.

I hope when they move to their new building during the redevelopment ,to a bigger place so i can find a seat to sit lol.

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what a test

Prakash hotel is located at Dadar near Sena Bhavan, a prime location. The place is all about Marathi culture and food like misal, sabudabana wada, pithle, alu wadi and some special cold drinks like piyush, lassi and other. Since 30 years now, prakash hotel Has maintained the quality of food and standards.

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As Marathi as it gets

This is soul food for Marathi folks. They have the odd mass appeal dish that would pull a non-Marathi person in but this has been the bastion of the Shivaji Park marathi fellow for a long time. It doesn't reject the non-Marathi but it doesn't try to attract her either.

There is minimum fuss, minimum noise, and minimum chatter in this place. People (families, even) walk in, eat, and walk out. If you go in single, you will likely share a table with strangers. It's std practice. You don't look at your neighbor or talk to him unless it's in Marathi and on a non-controversial topic...a comment on the wait, maybe.

What do you order? Sabudana wada (best in the business -- they make sabudana khichadi and wadas of that and fry; Aaswad wada is not a wada made from khichadi and has flavor missing unless that's what you ate growing up!), batata wada (one of the better ones around). Haven't tried much else in the eats dept here.
Piyush is quite good. Try it.

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Nishad Lad

41 Reviews

November 19,2012

4.8

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Prakashmay!

A great hotel right next to the SenaBhavan, a prime location. The misal, sabudana wada, batata wada, poha are too good. the Pattice is a great order (cocnut n chilly filling) no Pav (bread) available here. The masala dudh is very good. Do try the sweets at the outside counter. Dudhi wadi and gajar wadi are delicious.

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Quintessential 'Dadar' Personality!

Ok, I'll keep this brief and to the point (just like a humble 'marathi manoos')

Prakash Upahar Kendra (or Prakash snacks centre) is the best place in Dadar for authentic Maharashtrian snacks!!

It's Pohe are always fresh, moist and light, Sabudana Khichdi is packed with flavours and Sabudana Wada is to die for (Sabudana Wada is actually the signature dish of this restaurant, fried yet not greasy).

And if you are in a group of 4/5 people, do try the Thali Peeth and Puri Bhaji.

Best part is that even fried food doesn't drip of oil or isn't excessive greasy.

Chai is good to wash down the food but is a tad bit too sweet.

Piyush (sort of a kesar milk-shake) is something that you see on every table, we didnt find it that good though.

Service is quick and fast and you need to share a table, well, because it is small snacks' room!

Taste: 8/10
Service: 8/10
Ambience: 7/10
Value for Money: 8/10

TIP: Good idea to not drive down here as parking is a BIG problem in Dadar.

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August 31,2012

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Excellent Traditional Food.

To a person from the vicinity this place is the Mecca of Maharashtrian snacky food. A small family run place, clean as a whistle and always overcrowded, one has to wait for a table at anytime of the day. Pure vegetarian and no food is keept cooked. Order almost anything here, its just great. The waiters looks right out from an RSS rally adorning the Khaki shirt and half pants.(but done be surprised as the uniform keeps on evolving and changing) I like that whatever you order will be made after you order. Whether its the Sabudana Wada or the Batata Wada which go by the 100s here, still even one plate will not me made and kept in anticipation of an order yet to be placed.

Rub shoulders with Shiv Sena MLA's, Doctors from the vicinity and Marthi bigwigs from Arts and Literature.

The Misal and Kande Pohe are passable as is the Kohimbir Wadi. Order the Puri Bhaji with either the Patal Bhaji or the Sikha bhaji. Hot hot puris make a great meal. The Sabudana wada is above average and the Thali peeth is great too. Order a combination of the Poha and the Dalimbi Usal with hot puris. You will not regret it. The Dalimbi usal is amongst the best ive had. Wash down with a Piyush, which tastes like liquid shrikhand with a pinch of salt. Then head to their sweet counter and bring home a Dink Laadu and a few pieces of plain Mava Barfi. Come out smiling with a feeling of going back again. Modest prices, smiling staff and friendly service.

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4.0

Pohe Pohe

Pohe at its best.
The Vaangi Pohe and Batate Pohe is really awesome.

No one can eat just once.

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RR1976

5 Reviews

April 18,2012

3.0

Prakash

Should try Misal, sabudana wada, piyush. The food quality is very good. Complete value for money.

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Typical Marathi food and attitude

I am a great fan of their Misal and Batata vada. Batata vada here is outstanding. Misal is a little unorthodox but tasty. Though it is famous for their sabudana wada, I always find it half done at the core. Bata puri also sails the same boat. Piyush is again OK. Puri bhaji stil tastes as it used to 15 years ago.
Attitude of the staff is like a coconut (Typical konkani marathi). They seem rude, but are not. Once you know how they are, its fascinating.
It though lacks the knack to run a restaurant. Every quantity is made in that particular proportion over the year. They don't care/ want to increase their business.

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jakinshah

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October 28,2011

4.0

Quality of food is rich and good value for money

This place is more than 30 years old , the quality of raw material used to prepare any food dish is good. It's pure veg & a place for all age groups. Quick service. They also have another outlet in town. They accept only cash as the bill amount is not worth to swipe a credit card .

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yummy missal

yummy missal, and very special menu for upvas,,,

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4.0

Sabudana wada!

just one line: If you happen to go to this place order a plate of Sabudana Wada and thank me later on!

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Best Marathi food in bombay

Basic, no frills eatery where you might have to share tables.

The food is the best marathi food I have had in bombay. I love their sabudana wadas which they give with a super peanut chutney , the batata wadas , and the Dahi misal is my absolute favorite......its tangy and spicy!

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Okay.

As simple canteens go, I've eaten at better places (which drops a star from the rating).Not that it's bad, it's just okay.
It's a busy place, for sure. You get ushered in to the nearest empty place, like any other canteen and we got there early.
Reading the other reviews below,
Firstly, the waiters weren't rude or arrogant to our party. They were fine. Just busy.
Secondly, the Misel they serve isn't the same as what you have pav with. It's drier than a Misel fry and is prepared differently.. (they serve 2 versions, one regular, one with 'Matha' (savoury yogurht) . This isn't the place if you're after the 'classic' Misel with gravy, but it was fine.
Nothing bad or good to report.. It's just an average canteen.

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Good Maharashtrian Food

Authentic Maharashtrian snacks in Dadar Mumbai
Misal (I Think They Don't Serve U Bread With Misal)
Piyush
Good

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2.8

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Overrated

Well I had to reach for my classes and was hungry so opened up burrp on my mobile and checked out for the affordable restaurants in dadar and I came to know about Prakash and saw it was rated at five stars and four on average and i set it on..
1st visit- i had a misal (They did not give any bread) it lacked the puneri or/and kolhapuri feel the seating arrangement was congested the waiter was rude the service was just about average the misal was entirely tasteless when i asked him for puri he was like u will have to wait for 15 mins.
Verdict - HIGHLY OVERPRICED 25 rupees for that misal not worth it..

Visit 2-
I had the most amazing alu wadi they had fried it properly and yes taste was class.. the service remained the same..
Verdict - Totally wroth the 24 rupees for 2 pieces might sound high but for the taste it compensated

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A very good joint for Maharashtrian Snacks

If you want to try authentic Maharashtrian snacks in Mumbai then for sure this is the place.

It is Located near the shivsena office in dadar. The area itself gives you the strong sense of being in Maharashtra and feel the zeal and strength of a Maharashtrian. It is very famous for its snacks.

If you are expecting for a good ambiance and interiors then you may get disappointed, because it is a small hotel with very average tables and chairs (which reminds me of my school canteen chairs).But yes all those chairs and tables are always full whether its peak or non peak hours and you may have to share it with others. (The concept is new to me as I prefer sitting on my table reserved only for me in any hotel). The waiters here are decked up in khaki shorts and are always busy serving and also their service is super quick (just like Mc Donald’s order that you'd get in couple of mins )

Moving towards food…they have menu consisting of 10 -15 items which includes missal, sabudana vada,kothanbir vadi, puran poli, puri bhaji etc (I don’t remember the full).

I tried Missal and sabudana vada, both of which tasted pretty good. The missal is served here without pav but it has some amount of poha mixed in it which gives it a delicious taste. I felt the quantity given was less though. I had 2 plates as I was not able to resist the tinge of onion, garlic with poha, missal topped with lemon and coriander.(well it reminds me of indori usal poha)

The sabudana vada of this place was the best that I ever had till date.it was simply superb and mouth watering .you get 2 big scrumptious balls of vadas in a plate which is properly fried, not too crisp not too soggy. Along with very flavorsome white chatni .

I will give this place 5 stars and will love to visit this place again especially for its sabudana vada and missal.

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ok types

Had been to this place last evening. The food was ok types. Though not as good as it has been hyped by everyone. Misal was too sick and the waiters were arrogant as if they were doing some favor serving us.

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Excellent food

This place is meant for those who can consume food every second as the seating space is limited but the food is definitely worth it. I have been going to this place for the last 30 years and the food is still the same. Awesome.

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vivekgala

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February 10,2010

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Maharashtrian Food ROCKS!!!

I have lost the count of times I have gone to Prakash. This is also because I stay very close and have the advantage of going there whenever needed.

The food is AMAZING and is good value for money (though I have seen the prices rise recently but it is still worth it when compared to other restaurants who offer similar food.

Everytime I enter this place, I would always have Poha, Chai, Sabudana wada + some new dish each time I go there.

Also, for Upvas or days when someone is fasting, they have special menus so even those needs are catered to :)

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4.0

Authentic Maharahtrian Food

I go to Prakash for breakfast virtually twice a month on my way back from Siddhi Vinayak.

The Thali Peeth, Pohe, Misal and Bhajini Vade are simply great as is the Piyush.

It is a small place and perpetually crowded. That is just a testimony of its great food.

Be ready to elbow your way to the nearest free space ad to share tables.

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Good Authentic Marathi Food

I know many before me have written about the excellent food been served at Prakash, Shivaji Park.
I still want to endorse the good quality taste, cleanliness/ hygiene, rapid service, ‘within your reach’ price, customary dress code, well outlined menu, and much more about Prakash.
Some of the outstanding delicacies are:
- Kothambir Wadi
- Piyush (That’s not me)
- Thalipeeth
- Usal/Misal
- Sabudana Wada
- Sabudana Khichdi
- Kanda Pohe etc…

Highly recommended, if you are in Dadar...!

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Baron

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December 18,2009

5.0

Great food, fast service...

This is no nonsense, no frills place for excellent maharstrian snacks. The place is likely to be crowded on all days so be prepared to share a table. The food is without a doubt, brilliant. The kanda pohe, misal, sabudana vada, batata vada, kothimbir vadi are all excellent. The piyush served here is a good way to finish a meal. The service is almost instantaneous. The damage on pockets is minimal.

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Excellent food..

This is not the place you would be going for a lavish family dinner but if having good Maharashtrian snacks is what you are looking for, then look no further.
This place has one of the best Misal in town (although no pav) and the sabudana and batata vada are not bad either !!! Only slight blemish is the crowd there (you will inevitably sharing the table with others) and the slow service but otherwise, it is an excellent place to go

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Good Food

What i had at this place, if that is a real Maharashtrian Food then i must say please visit this place. Had been to this place on Saturday noon with my colleague who is pushing me to go to this place since last two months and now i am cursing myself why shouldn't i go there two months back. Back on the food we order
1 plate of Sabudana Wadi
2 plate of Thali Peeth
1 plate of Kothmir Wadi
1 plate of Puri Bhaji
1 plate of Sabudana Khichdi followed by Piyush in the end. The food was good and tasty and we end up spending just 136/- bucks.
The only problem is the limited sitting capacity. Will definitely visit this place again.

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Most delicious Sabudana wada

Without wasting too much time on long reviews. Let me summarize the reasons why one shud visit this place.

1. The best, most tasty, authentic and perfectly made Sabudana Wada i have ever had
2. Authentic maharashtrian snacks
3. QUICK service, quick is an understatement

i agree the place is little cramped up and not modern and all, but what the heck...go here only for Good good food and not an experience!

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The ultimate for people who have fasts.

This is one place where i go almost thrice a week. always full with people. Limited food items but excellent quality. They have been consistently being famous for all fasting items. Prakash has a small shop outside at the other end which sell sweets like shreekhand, Barfi, petha. etc...

A quick jist of the place.
Pros
-Best for fasting items
-Typically Maharashtrain food (Sabudana Wada-rocks)
-Best at its service
-more crowded in Shravan month, loaded with Maharashtrians
-cheap, damn dirt cheap.

Actually that's the specialty of Dadar food, u get a various budget restaurants, and Prakash is one of its kind. a must go for all Marathi fast(upavas) food lovers.

Cons
-No seating arrangement, sit wherever there is place
-no exclusive table alloted
-Too noisy
-no parking
-too crowed all the time
-closes by 8 or 8.30 pm. too bad........

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prajakatta

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September 06,2008

4.0

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maharashtrian breakfast rokkss..

I've been frequenting this place since i ws a 3-4 yr old kid.
Try their dahi misal. Its the best!. They haven't changed their menu once since they've opened up. Everything is just so tasty here. Be it their vatana pattice, dalimbi usal, pohe, upma, puri-bhaaji, shrikhand puri, piyush ans it is like a haven for those who are fasting. Try their sabudana vada or sabudana khichadi. The menu may consist of only 20-30 items but everything here is made 2 perfection. Although their batata wada is too pungent mind you. There is always a waiting here, you may have to more often tan not share your tables with other individuals. Waiters are on a constant run with always wanting to serve. The place maybe small, but good on the overall.

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