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Old 25th May 2007, 16:34   #91
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Wheres Olympia...............?
Next to colaba police station.
I visit the place on atleast one sunday morning a month
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Next to colaba police station.
I visit the place on atleast one sunday morning a month
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Next to colaba police station.
I visit the place on atleast one sunday morning a month
A couple of other good places in the vicinity are Picadilly and Churchill. There's this juice center opposite Voodoo's bar, cant remember the name, but the Shawarma is excellent. Man, this thread is making me extremely hungry right after lunch.
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A couple of other good places in the vicinity are Picadilly and Churchill. There's this juice center opposite Voodoo's bar, cant remember the name, but the Shawarma is excellent. Man, this thread is making me extremely hungry right after lunch.
BUT, Piccadilly and churchill dont open at 7am!! so that i can wash the hang over down with a hearty breakfast na
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A couple of other good places in the vicinity are Picadilly and Churchill. There's this juice center opposite Voodoo's bar, cant remember the name, but the Shawarma is excellent. Man, this thread is making me extremely hungry right after lunch.
Biona in Bandra has the best shawarma. Kareem's and the place opposite Voodoos is the next best place.
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Where is Biona?

I quite like Lebanese Point in Lokhandwala as well. They have a wide spread of Shwarma filafel and grilled chicken along with khaboos and humus
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BUT, Piccadilly and churchill dont open at 7am!! so that i can wash the hang over down with a hearty breakfast na
Leopold sure does!
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Where is Biona?

I quite like Lebanese Point in Lokhandwala as well. They have a wide spread of Shwarma filafel and grilled chicken along with khaboos and humus
Biona is next to Globus in Bandra.

Lebanese Point had a branch in Bandra where Subway is right not. They had some really nice shawarma.
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A small Goan eatery in Colaba has become a pilgrimage place for me... HAVE to visit it once whenever i'm in Bombay...

Name/Location - New Martin's Lunch Home / Off Colaba Causeway
Average Cost - Rs 48 is the max. for a dish. Average 35/-
Food - Goan
Service - 5 tables, 2 waiters... adequate
Ambience - Yes
Conclusion - Check out Steak Onion & Chips, Pork Vindaloo and Pork Sorpotel... perhaps the best steak I've ever had (and believe me, I've had a lot )
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Iv been wanting to eat at Martin's for a long time. I must give it a try sometime soon.
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Is Martins in line with Mondegar by any chance on the same road?
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I think its in one of the gallis of Colaba and not on the main causeway.
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Guys, please stick to the format guidelines from the 1st post. This guide will serve for a long time to come.

@ Dippy + B&T : Classic? YOU BETCHA! Awesome paobhaji and masala pav. Ate there very recently and the food tasted the exact same as 2 decades back.
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I was from the 94 batch. GTO is year senior to me. The other Boscoite from the forum is our very own Mr. "Pritam" V-16
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Well not much experience of eating out in Mumbai but here are the places I like:

Sea Lord - Excellent Prawns, the first time I actually liked Sea food!!!

Out of the Blue - Excellent Ambience, good food! really enjoyed the whole experience! (I hope I got the name right, it's after taking a right off Carter Road)

Pritam - Excellent food & awesome Galouti Kebabs!! You guys should really try it sometime!
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