Sadhana Pure Veg Reviews and Ratings - Dadar East, Mumbai
4.0by Nikhil Shah
I only go there to eat medu vada and pavbhaji. The medu vada are typical which you get everywhere. But what makes it soo special is the chutney and sambar. It's just mind-blowing. The staff can be rude at time. So be aware of that.
1.0by Aparna Parui
We went to this place. They charge non sense things. We took small 15rs ice cream cup. They charged 25rs directly 10rs more. They mention 23rs bill amount n gst 25rs.. When I asked them why you charged so high they said you have to pay Service charged and than gst. It's totally wrong. This place in dadar east. Even they never serve fresh food. They used rotten and waste vegetable. I can't able to take the vegetables pictures. But I have a bill copy of 15rs ice cream which they charged 25rs from me.. When I asked them Gave me bill they said u not paid money.. Spread this msg atlest they not make a fool to others people. I hope everyone knw where is this hotel located.
4.0by Subtle Snob
Had visited yesterday this place it was crowded. After a wiat we got table in ac section. We order food. Service was good and fast. We order dry manchurian veg hakka noodles cheese pav bhaji malai slice ice cream and mango shake. Food was good.
4.0by Payal Mistry
Ofcourse this isn't some #cafe or a p#ub or an ultimate #finedining !! But I must say this is a hidden gem in Dadar.🥗 It's really close to my place and so it's like a room service for us. Who else loves having their soft drinks in the super cool glass bottles? 😛 So this is it!! Punjabi, Chinese, south Indian, every dish is commendable and Pocketfriendlyfood .
Visited on Sunday evening. Place is very big and they have a.c. section different. Service is very fast. Staffs are old and friendly. Food is really good. We order lab bhaji, manchow soup, veg kholapuri sabji and garlic naan and last we order Malai kulfi in dessert. Really and amazing time with family. Also please note it's a old restaurant and very famous and easily located and always crowded. Do try dry Manchurian it's the best served with fried rice.