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Hotel Satkar

Charni Road
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Hotel Satkar Reviews and Ratings - Charni Road, Mumbai

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Rated 4.0 by Hrishikesh Likhate

This is heaven for non vegetarians especially seafood lovers. The pomfret and kingfish are stand out performers. The service is also very fast and the hotel is divided into two halves consisting of AC and one without AC. Typical Maharashtrian cuisine with the signature solkadi served. Very pocketfriendly. Must visit.


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Rated 4.0 by Vikrant Kathawate

Paplet Thaali Nice(with plain rice, rice is good), Liver Masala nice. Ac on upper floor, 5.5ft height person will face problem while walking but seating arrangement is ok. Bombil fry nice too. Good restaurant. Solkadi proper.


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Rated 4.0 by #HungryFoodies...😋🤤

Hotel Satkar....One of my favorite place to enjoy Sea-food and best place in Girgaon to have malvani Sea-food with all spicy masala and there aroma superrrrrrr   We had try the Surmai Fry Thali, Pomfret Fry Thali And Bombil Fry.... All fresh Fish and Fried with crispy and soft,nice and in taste awesome....   Even Fish Curry with Rice is dish also superr.. All this at reasonable price & excellent homely service. Taste = 4/5 Ambiance = 3/5 Specialty = Fish & Mutton dishes.   Must visit for Seafood lovers..


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Rated 4.0 by Ninan Eapen Chundamannil

A friend's review (invite to meet, really) on Whatsapp - After this review, I am definitely going ! Plumb in the heart of old Mumbai - Girgaum - is the crowded locality of Thakurdwar. 2-3 shops off the busy Thakurdwar signal is the Hotel Satkar. Famous within the local community for its exquisite malvani food, it is the epicure's delight for non-veg thali. Surmai (Kingfish), Rawas (Indian Salmon), Paplet (Pomphret), Bombil (Bombay Duck), Tisrya (shellfish), Mandeli (Anchovy), are mouthwatering fare, besides the more commonplace but equally tasty chicken, mutton, liver, paaya, etc. The joint is small, with a capacity crowd of 20-30 sweating away while shoving in the spicy yummy stuff. But it has something that is desperately required for the harsh Indian summer - a small little AC alcove-type mezzanine - which is just right for a chota tete-a-tete of batchies meeting after some months/years. To this non-veg watering hole is also joining a pure and pucca veg - and there is a veg thali for him somewhere in the menu, I am sure, far down in the menu barely making it the the paper edge, hidden like a unwanted mole on the face. Best to be in place a bit before 1 pm. The local office crowd from banks, etc. close by start trickling in by 1 pm and as I said, its a chota place.


Average

Rated 3.0 by DoctorAbites

Good place for home-made malwani food and with great pocket friendly thali options for those who like simple, traditional food. Seating is nothing fancy and very simple. Ordered - Chicken thali vade and it was really tasty and crispy, in good quantity and spicy, sol kadhi was soothing, tried pomfret fry, prawns rawa fry both outstanding.  For a place so congested prices are way too high, but to satisfy your taste buds damage accepted. Overall good experience, 2 less stars (I am 6 feet tall, AC section not at all advisable as the deck is too short hardly 5 feet approx - should I crawl, and parking not available - hunted space for 15 minutes to park my new love @ Brezza.