B Bhagat Tarachand Reviews, Marine Lines, Mumbai - Burrp
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Navya P - Burrp User

Navya P

February 28,2015

Great food

Very famous place, considered the original bhagat tarachand and always bustling with crowds. Went here with 3 friends from college and ordered a whole buffet! Lassi and Papad churi for beginners were amazing, first time I had churi and it was brilliant. Then we ordered Paneer tikka masala, Panner Butter Masala , Boondi raita, Butter Naan and Chaas which came in this big bottle filled to the brim! We ate like we were at some marriage, the food was so delicious and dripping with butter which we loved. Typical Punjabi flavours and taste. Service was very fast and per head cost was just about 250-300 for us!
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Nivedita Karmaran

March 22,2014

Fantastic Veg Food

After a tiring shopping, one can just hog here to heart's content without thinking of the pocket. The variety is awesome. You get your order fast enough. You are served on steel plates and chass comes in beer bottles. It often is not enough. Try their tadka daal it was awesome. paneer was not that soft enough though. Their parathas are very good too. Good quantity of food. Most often there is a waiting at the restaurant. We have visited this place many times and will continue to visit.
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Shantanu Mishra - Burrp User

Shantanu Mishra

November 27,2013

Awesome food

This is the total vegetarian place where you cannot miss the food at all... U will relish every dish over here. Amazing dal Makhni, Chapati with butter, Chaas, Aaloo gobhi everyone should try over here. whenever i think of Indian food i straight away go over here and enjoy.
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arifkhursheed - Burrp User


July 25,2013

One of the best for indian food in South Mumbai

The original restaurant is over 100 years old. This vegetarian restaurant is a food landmark. The dal fry, aloo fry, makai/jowar rotis and the beer bottles of buttermilk are all time favourites. Since the flavour is predominantly Sindhi, oil, spice, garlic, onion and attendant calories await you. Quintessential Sindhi dishes do not find mention such as sai bhaji and Sindhi kadi. Bhagat Tarachand with its cheap rates, substantial meal portions, prompt service, ample variety and distinct flavors offers you a memorable experience.
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Kumail Mukadam

May 23,2013

Best Vegetarian Food Ever

Being a hardcore non-vegetarian, this place was a refreshing change. Normally i do not prefer Veg food, but Bhagat Tarachand is the only exception. The Palak Sabzi with Papad Churi and their Masala Chaas is to die food. Be sure to save some space for desserts, the Gulab Jamun and Rabri are a must have.
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Advait Chhatre

November 19,2012

Veg food chass and papad churi rocks at BT

I visit this place thrise i am satisfied with there quality & service.For starters papad churi is a must along with the hara bhara kabab. For the main course you can have and variety of paneer or their regular vegetables. churi sprinkled on the top. there Chhas is awasome to taste once i went there just for having chass and papad churi
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ummzakariya - Burrp User


January 13,2012

veg rocks!!

I love this place!! love everything on the menu, love the chaas, the paneer dishes, the amazing parathas, the lassi (the best i have ever had) the staff are lovely, they really look after you and are so patient ..and it is totally VFM.....one of the reasons i want to move to Mumbai!
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Vikram Karve - Burrp User

Vikram Karve

October 27,2006

The Best Value For Money Vegetarian Food in Mumbai

If you are ravenously hungry on a busy afternoon in the heart Mumbai, head for Bhagat Tarachand. To get there, walk up Kalbadevi Road from Metro, turn right at the Cotton Exchange, and to your left you will see a series of eateries named Bhagat Tarachand. All are equally good and serve similar food, so you can sample them one by one on your numerous visits and decide which one you like. You can also walk up from Crawford Market, through Zaveri Bazar, past the Gold Exchange and Mumbadevi Temple; or from Bhendi Bazar via Pydhonie down Kalbadevi Road. In case you live in the suburbs, get down at Charni Road station, walk down Thakurdwar Road and turn right at Bhuleshwar and walk past the Cotton Exchange. Don’t try to drive down – you’ll go crazy negotiating your way – and besides a brisk walk on a hot and humid Mumbai afternoon will build up a voracious appetite and rapacious thirst – sine qua non for total enjoyment of a delicious nourishing meal.

The first thing to do is to order a “beer bottle” of chilled chaas (buttermilk) to quench your thirst and soothe your parched throat. On your first visit sample the delectable thali comprising varied vegetable dishes, dal and melt-in-the-mouth chappaties. Once you are hooked on, on subsequent visits you can experiment with the variety of rotis and vegetarian delights in Bhagat Tarachand’s culinary repertoire. Each and every dish – the dal fry, paneer bhurji, methi malai mutter, bhindi, even baingan – is superb. Both tastewise and pricewise, Bhagat Tarachand is unmatched – it’s the best value for money vegetarian food in Mumbai.

Once you have relished your hearty meal, leisurely stroll down (digestive walk) past the Cotton Exchange and Panjrapole towards Bhuleshwar, turn right on VP Road towards CP Tank and soon you will reach Bhaishankar Gaurishankar which serves the most delicious lip-smacking rasgullas in Mumbai. As the luscious heavenly syrupy delight melts in your mouth you will experience such a fantastic blissful ecstasy that words cannot describe. A perfect ending to a perfect meal!
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