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Sujata Annexe

Dadar WestWestern Suburbs  

  • 02224315252, 02266625066
  • Ground Floor, Saraswati Mahal, Junction of Gokhale Road and Ranade Road, Dadar West, Mumbai
  • Punjabi, Chinese
  • Meal for 2 - 500
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VFM place

Long before the vegetarian-only restaurants with bars became a craze or gained popularity like today, Sujata Annexe was one of the few representatives of this genre.

It is a much preferred ADDA for my school buddies to meet-up. A majority of us are vegetarians & teetotalers and only one loves the tipple & gorges on non-vegetarian fare, hence the poor guy has to compromise.

Since it’s a Bar, the lighting is dim and ambience is nothing great.

Sujata serves Punjabi & Chinese cuisine with a huge list of varieties.

Our favourites among them being Spring Roll, Cheese Pakoda, Hara Bhara Kebab.

They serve a starter called Kurkure Cheese kebab. It is made of grated cottage cheese mixed with finely chopped onions, coriander and green chillies. This mixture is then sandwiched between two slices of cheese, this is then covered by a thin coating of boiled potato and rolled in bread crumbs and then toasted on a tava.
It is a very innovative dish, tastes amazing and is very filling. They serve 5 huge pieces to a plate and takes away your appetite for a main course.

Spring Roll is a conventional and indigenously devised dish. But Sujata makes it so very yummy that is one of their most popular dishes.

I did try their Singapore Noodles but could not make out the difference the regular Hakka noodles and Singapore noodles except that it a couple of pieces of fried cashew nuts. It was very oily and bland in taste.

Their service is pretty decent and don’t pile upon you. They suggest only if you ask.

It’s a good place for vegetarians and those who love a drink with their food.

Food Quality – 3.5/5
Food Quantity – 4/5
Ambience – 3/5
Service – 3.5/5
Price – 3.5/5

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4.0

VFM !

Have been a regular here since a long time. It offers the typical mix of punjabi food, chinese cuisine and classic Mumbaiya snacks.
Food quality has always been up to the mark. They offer a variety of items, my favorite being the paranthas as well as the methi-malai-mutter dish. They also serve up a mean pav bhaji!
Despite the variety and quality, prices are extremely reasonable.
As far as hygiene is concerned, it's reasonable but the washroom is best avoided. Service is quick, efficient and courteous.
I do have a couple of complaints - firstly, they seriously need to expand. There's ALWAYS a long queue at the door. Secondly, it would be nice if they started a home delivery system. (On my last visit, I was handed a take-away menu. My hopes rose slightly only to be dashed when I read the "NO HOME DELIVERY" on the front page)
All in all, it offers great value for money and I plan to keep going there!

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Worth the Money

This is a run of the mill resturants which serves really good food at a decent price and the portions are also really good. The chinese as well as the Indian cusine are good and the paneer tikka is a must have. The alchoal is also on par with any decent quater bar price. Overall a good place to sit back, knock a few drinks and have some good food.

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Nice chinese!

They serve you the best paneer chilly and the quantity and the quality is good.And even the starters.Explore yourself! nice place to go with friends and group.

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