Shivala Veg Restaurant Reviews, Fort, Mumbai - Burrp
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Richa Shailendra - Burrp User

Richa Shailendra

January 31,2015

Average place

This is one of the places I have been to with my office colleagues when we are in a hurry during lunch time. Often it is crowded with similar people. Food is freshly made and tastes good. I have tried paneer stuffed paratha, methi roti and some paneer gravy dishes. Frankly,all the gravies taste the same. Parathas are great. Price is best part since I had an entire meal in less than 150 bucks!
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Vampire45 - Burrp User


April 23,2014

Good food

Located on the busy streets of Fort, you are sure to encounter long queues outside this restaurant. However, it definitely makes for a one time try. It's like any other regular restaurants offering tad bits of North Indian, South Indian and of course Chinese food. It is particularly known for its thali variants. You can choose among the regular or the deluxe thali. The main course is priced in an extremely pocket friendly manner, but the soups and starters lie somewhat on the higher side. We tried the regular thali with pulav, veg biryani and stuffed paratha. The portion size was particularly hearty. All this for just above Rs 250. If you plan a trip in and around Mumbai CST, then you should surely give this restaurant a try for its well off food quality. First floor is AC. Price is also ok for quality. Preferable hotel.
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Juilee Manjrekar

October 17,2013

Pathetic service, nothing else

Pathetic is the word for this place and MAINLY cause of the extreme arrogant staff. I have to share this experience wherein me and a friend just dropped in for chai and a quick bite before she had to catch her train and wherein there is nothing exceptional to talk about the food, once we paid, we left a rupee coin BY MISTAKE in the saunf plate. The waiter very rudely took the coin threw it on the table and said ék rupaiya tip nahi chahiye, aap hi rakho'. First of all, we din't intend on leaving it as a tip, we genuinely did not see the one rupee coin immersed in the saunf as we were busy chatting, secondly even if we did leave a rupee - the disrespect which he showed for that was appalling. And when we complained to the manager, he shrugged it off. Sick.
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