-By Rashmi Uday Singh
What was a very small vegetarian (Jain versions available too) joint five years ago (across Kohinoor Hotel in Andheri East) has grown in size and popularity, so much so that another Gopal Krishna (non-vegetarian branch) has been opened recently. Open early and throughout the day, this neat (150-seater), clean and brightly lit place with its white chairs and tables (white bone china crockery too!) is best known for South Indian food, their speciality. Inspiring paintings with thoughtful quotations adorn the air-conditioned section upstairs (difficult to find a spot here during the very noisy peak lunch hours), while the space downstairs is no-frills and non-airconditioned. Dosas, Sambhar/chutney and idlis are good here. Don’t miss the Rava Dosa (Rs 42). Indian vegetarian fare, especially the Pao Bhaji (Rs 50), Mushrooms and Garlic Naan are delicious. The usual pickles, lemon and onion accompany every order. Skip the Chinese fare. Cool down with a milkshake (Chikoo is particularly good) at the endrnof your meal. Waiters may not be able to make the best recommendations and are slow when it comes to service,rnbut they’re friendly. Although Gopal Krishna offers home delivery, many a patron has remarked on the amount of time it takes for the food to arrive.
Review posted more than 6 month ago
Gopal Krishna has other branches that serves non veg food but this one is for vegetarians. The south Indian regular affairs are served with perfection and that is what makes all the difference. Try idlis and dosas as well as the pao bhaji of this place, they are simply finger licking.
Even though Gopal Krishna has Chinese but better not try it.
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