Gogi Singh's Pritam Hotel makes for a wonderful, quiet place to meet for a drink. Mumbai Masala serves up Mumbai ka masala in air-conditioned comfort. Owner Gogi Singh gives us Sev Puris, Irani Hotel ka Keema, Sayyed Ustaad ke Seekh Kebab, Gol Mol Paneer and Tomato Che Saar — inspired from Irani cafes and cooked with panache. So is the Mumbai Chi Bhaji, Kombdi Chilli Milli. Meant only for those looking for a creative touch to quintessentially Indian flavours, and that typical mumbaiya feel!
P.S. Happy Hours (11am to 4pm and 7pm to 8.30pm) as well with a discount of 15 per cent on domestic alcohol.
Buzz: 2/5 | Décor: 3.5/5
rn-By Rashmi Uday Singh
The owners of Dadar's Pritam Hotel offer a fare that is mostly mumbaiya and makes for a wonderful, quiet place to meet for a drink. Golden Dawn, Envy, Blessing Daiquiri, Virgin Colada or more? Sip on popular cocktails like Pina Colada, Long Island Iced Tea, Tom Collins, Bloody Mary, Planters Punch, and Vodka Smash. Mocktails like Litchi Blast, Green Barrel, Tropicana, Kiwi Cooler, Mickey Mouse and Very Berry too. Chef Gogi Singh's Sev Puri, Murgh Hare Pyaaz, and Lamb Brain Curry, inspired from Irani cafes, are cooked with panache. Kalmi Kebab, Jhinga Sher-e-Dil (Tiger Prawns), Chicken Tikka, Reshmi Kebab, and Mutton Seekh Kebab waltz brilliantly with the booze. Sign up for peace, quiet and air conditioned comfort. The lounge is also available for private parties.rnHAPPY HOURS: 11am to 4pm; 7pm to 8.30pm
Review posted last week
Beer, Kheema per eda and some brinjal thing with kachumbar on it.... heavenly. The decor is musty- so is the smell... but makes for a great mumbai food lunch place.
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