-By Rashmi Uday Singh
Fifty-dish extravaganza on Sundays and holidays (Rs. 330 Monday through Saturday), that includes soups and deliciously crisp salads. The menu is extensive and changes regularly; Sunday’s buffet (Rs. 380) is the most lavish with extra and exquisite dishes making an appearance. As bhajans soothe, signs posted everywhere at ISKCON’s restaurant in Juhu remind you not to waste any of the prasadam, the pure-vegetarian, garlic- and onion-free fare that is offered to God before it’s laid out from their “Vedic“ kitchen (mainly Indian though bakes and fried rice make an appearance too). They also serve Satvik Ahaar (Onion and Garlic free food). The spacious and white marble-floored restaurant doubles as a party hall for up to 100 people and they also cater for parties.
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