Bhandarkar Road , Near Matunga Station
(+91) 22 24169216
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  • 400/- (for 2 people)
  • Critic's 3
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Rashmi Uday Singh
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Added more than a year ago

Ever had a Chow Chow Dosa? Chinese and South Indian fusion at its best in this Matunga eatery — Noodles and Soya Sauce wrapped in a dosa. There are Set Dosas too - twin dosas served with vegetable curry. Dosa purists can order a Masala Dosa served on a gleaming green banana leaf in a plate or the Pesarettu Moong Dosa, stuffed with chopped onions. They have Jain Sambhar, Bisi Bele Bhaath and tangy Lemon Rice, Upma and even Kanchipuram Idlis. Pao Bhaji and chaats for those seeking the path always taken. They also have a Maharashtrian Thali for Rs.80 which includes Bajri Roti, Pithla, Thetcha and more. The traffic-choked galis overflowing with pavement vendors all around only add to the charm of the place and experience.

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natasha Waghmare
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Shree Sunders has done a unique experiment, it has bring together Chinese cuisine and south Indian cuisine together and trust me I am not liking it at all. Imagine Chow chow Dosa where noodles and soya sauce is stuffed in a dosa. However, Set Dosas is something that I really enjoyed here. Pesarettu Moong Dosa, basic malasa dosa are also satisfying if not too good. Shree Sunders is good once in a blue moon.

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Critic's Review
Rashmi Uday Singh
  • Food
  • 60% Complete (success)
  • Service
  • 60% Complete (success)
  • Decor
  • 60% Complete (success)

Added more than a year ago

Ever had a Chow Chow Dosa? Chinese and South Indian fusion at its best in this Matunga eatery — Noodles and Soya Sauce wrapped in a dosa. There are Set Dosas too - twin dosas served with vegetable curry. Dosa purists can order a Masala Dosa served on a gleaming green banana leaf in a plate or the Pesarettu Moong Dosa, stuffed with chopped onions. They have Jain Sambhar, Bisi Bele Bhaath and tangy Lemon Rice, Upma and even Kanchipuram Idlis. Pao Bhaji and chaats for those seeking the path always taken. They also have a Maharashtrian Thali for Rs.80 which includes Bajri Roti, Pithla, Thetcha and more. The traffic-choked galis overflowing with pavement vendors all around only add to the charm of the place and experience.

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natasha Waghmare
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  • 50% Complete (success)
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  • 60% Complete (success)
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  • 50% Complete (success)

Added more than a year ago from Web

Shree Sunders has done a unique experiment, it has bring together Chinese cuisine and south Indian cuisine together and trust me I am not liking it at all. Imagine Chow chow Dosa where noodles and soya sauce is stuffed in a dosa. However, Set Dosas is something that I really enjoyed here. Pesarettu Moong Dosa, basic malasa dosa are also satisfying if not too good. Shree Sunders is good once in a blue moon.

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