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Open- through-the-day sizzler havens, all three: Bandra, Andheri and the flagship Hughes Road branch. Chicken Shashlik (`690), Chicken Pepper (`590) and Satellite Steak (`750) are evergreen favourites here. Veg Shashlik (`600) with Paneer will win vegetarians over. Most sizzlers come with a choice of rice or noodles; drizzle your choice with their sauces (they are known for their Pepper Sauce) and settle down to a hot, long and filling meal. Begin with rich Scotch Broth and ease the sizzle with refreshing Iced Teas (no alcohol). Eggs Kejriwal, Hokkaido Chicken Sizzler, Prawn Shashlik and Chicken Sausages can be found on the menu, along with burgers, rolls and sandwiches. Some of their recent additions include, Egg Sandwich (`120), Masala Omelette (`100) and Cheese Omelette (`120). If you have room after all that sizzle and spice, order their Caramel Custard, which they proudly say “is made fresh and is the best in the world“ or Sizzling Brownie with ice cream.

PS: Bandra and Saki Naka branches serve Chinese fare too.

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On Sunday's at Natraj you can get Khichdi, Kadi Pakoda and our favourite Puran Poli! Lalit Thakkar's Malad outpost has been drawing in many thali lovers over the years. Gleaming steel thali plates heaped with good Gujarati fare like Dal-Shaak and Rotla Farsaan for Rs.150 on weekdays and Rs.200 on Sundays (the Special Thali consists of two types of farsaan, one mixed and three regular vegetables, Undhya when in season, pulao, rice, papad, chutney and 2-3 options for sweets from which you choose one). Those in the know order the Bhakris, which are very good here, and on Saturday evenings, the Kathya Vadis.

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