Regional Indian food needs more representation and I am glad Methkut is doing it in style. I stumbled upon this place a fortnight back and visited it on a sunday. After a short wait we got a seat and I was pleasantly surprised with the eye for detail in terms of the decor, the menu, the copper ware etc specially given the pricing they come at. Even the servers were very courteous and the service prompt it just enhanced the experience. The menu is huge and it may ask for 3-4 visits to try it all . My friend and I went for the Thalipeeth, Shyalachi Bhaji, Bharleli vangi, Tikhat Poori and Puran poli. All of it surpassed expectations. Keep up the good work!
Powai, Mumbai, India
This place is a hidden gem for those who want to have a home style Malayali lunch and breakfast. It is a 16 seater no frill place which is frequented by Corporates around. Beware,they have food which is made beforehand and hence no guarantee on whats on the menu as item once over are off. Their unlimited lunch at 60 rs is worth every penny and I had their Onam Lunch today which again worthy of the commute.
Love this place. Don’t know why is rated so low. It has a great selection of idlis and dosas and good portion sizes. Yes for those wanting their idlis high on lentils this one is on rice. Good quality food and great service. Try their humongous cheese garlic paper roast,madras fried idlis ,idlis in curd based gravy and more. Rasam is worth a try however it is a little away from the classic.
Matunga, Mumbai, India
Great space and almost always crowded. They have a lot of option to choose from and I guess their blackboard keeps changing. From rasam vada to uniappams to their filter kaapi everything is good. Stay away on weekends unless if you like crowds
Matunga, Mumbai, India
The vibe is amazing takes you back in time. I call it a a Madrasi Irani. Irani for the look and feel. This place has a limited menu but has something for all. I had the idlis,one of the best you can have and with sambar that is a typical of Mumbai. The banana bhajjis were a good snack with the amazing filter coffee. The best part, it is lesser known than its Mumbai-famous counterparts and hence more relaxed ambience
Great location and views in the afternoon however when it comes to the core, the food, Joe’s disappoints. The food is average and when a concern was raised about a couple of food items they didn’t seem to care. Wanted a change from Fisherman’s Cove (they are good) and hence chose this, never again.
The most popular of the lot where your wait could be for eternity on weekends. Run by Kamats this place again unlike the Madrasi Sharda Bhavan has a Karnataki influence. Good food,good price and quick service. Had the podi upma a good biz innovation and a pineapple sheera to accompany the filter coffee.