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Vasundhara

VashiNavi Mumbai  

3.7

3 Reviews / 3 Ratings

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3.8

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Decent vegetarian fare

Our search for good vegetarian food led us to Vasundhara. Bang opposite Vashi railway station, the place is hard to miss. It has a regular non AC section and a fine dining section. We ate at both places on different occasions. The fine dining section serves very good north Indian and Italian face. service is excellent. Prices are, albeit a bit high. They also do not serve a few items like chaat and sandwiches in the fine dine section, which led us to the non ac section at the entrance. If you are in need of a quick refuel enroute shopping at Inorbit, drop in here for some chaat or grilled sandwiches and some chilled juice.

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vin729

4 Reviews

October 26,2013

4.0

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Excellent Food and good service

I met a friend at Vashi and we decided to visit this place. We ordered for a Veg Biryani, Paneer Chilly Dry and some Tandoori Rotis and the entire main course was simply lip smacking and brilliantly cooked. The order was served on time, waiters were well informed and courteous. Overall an experience worth the money and if its "Vashi" you know where to go.

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Good place, good food

So Saturday, a friend and I decided to stick around in Navi Mumbai and can kill some time with dinner and a movie. The movie ended at about 10.30 at Fame Adlabs Raghuleela, Vashi. Vasundhara was the obvious choice since it was closest to the cinemas and my house.

Ambience
Vasundhara is separated into 2 sections, a family restaurant and a (very decent) pub. We headed straight to the pub first for a beer. 150 bucks for a pint. Yes, VERY EXPENSIVE! The music was quite bad with the "DJ-cum-bartender" playing mixes from Atif Aslam to Coldplay to Rahat Fateh Ali Khan to Kumar Sanu (and what a transition at that). The music was bad. Just bad. Had a few beers and we pushed off to the restaurant section to have food. The restaurant is well spaced and well lit. Very simple interiors and that is a good thing so you could concentrate on your food.

Food
This restaurant is very close to where I stay and where I work so I usually visit here about thrice a month or so. We called for a Paneer Tikka Masala, Butter Naans and some roasted papads. Since it was already 11.15pm, the waiter informed us that the order needs to be the final order since the kitchen was shutting down. The Paneer gravy was nothing to write home about. But for new visitors, I'd highly recommend the Palak Lasooni or the Paneer Kurchan and they are my absolute favorites. If your stomach permits, have their Royal Falooda or just the Malai Kulfi. I'd also recommend their Veg Crispy starter.

Service
Service here is a tad slow. The waiters need to be reminded that you've requested for something. But since this was the last order and my friend and I were the only 2 people in the restaurant, there were atleast 4 waiters at our disposal, but that's usually never the case and you'd be waiting to get your glass of water refilled.

Damages
Slightly high. 1 Paneer Gravy, 4 Naans and 2 Papads amounted to about 400 bucks (+ 2 beers at 150 each - so a total of 700 bucks). They usually do not do corporate discounts at 10% unless they know you well and you've visited them often.

Would I go there again? - Yes
Would I go there with friends? - ABSOLUTELY
Would I go there with family? - Yes - But the pub scene will be off limits with family.

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