Hotel Ramashray Reviews, Matunga East, Mumbai - Burrp
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Arunkumar  - Burrp User


December 26,2016

What a South Indian Dish!!

Had to wait for more than 20 mins in queue, but i dint mind......bcoz the food was damm gud & yummy.... specially Goli Bhaaji, Pineapple Sheera, Buns & Kadi Idli... its a total value for money!!
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Awanti - Burrp User


April 04,2016

old is gold!!!

best joint for south indian food.. and has a traditional touch and value for money!!!!
quality good at reasonable price...
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yuvii - Burrp User


October 25,2015

dessert not good

took a butterscotch sheera for parcel.chocolate not available.nothing great.less flavor and a lot of oil.will try something else if i come again.
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rohanpathak21 - Burrp User


July 07,2015

Homely South Indian food

Come and have homely made Dosas and Idlis in Hotel Ramashray. The Pipping hot Sambar will stay in your tounge for ever and you will feel as if you have been transported to Tamil Nadu.

The Dosas are crispy and the idlis are very soft. Go ahead and enjoy it.
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Foodosaurus Prachi - Burrp User

Foodosaurus Prachi

February 01,2015

Amazing south Indian food

This is one of the amazing places for South Indian food in matunga that never disappoints anybody! I have been here with my family and we have had Idli, Vada, Rava Onion Dosa, Mysore masala Onion Dosa, rasam idli, uttapam and pineapple shira. We also had unlimited Sambhar and chutney which was an eye opener for us,something not offered anywhere else or maybe it was a special day. Price is the best,so affordable even in today's day and age!
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Asha Nath

January 25,2015

Excellent south Indian food

Authentic south Indian food,made fresh,served with a smile in a very efficient setup,no ambiance or 5 star place to talk about,food is the best though,dosa and uttapam are awesome, sheera is always super oily and super tasty, dont have it if you have cholesterol problem though! I love rava masala dosa and of course not to forget the filter coffee!
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SwatiG25 - Burrp User


January 04,2015

delicious and pocket friendly

It's a typical South Indian restaurant/hotel and a must visit if u r a South Indian food fan. I m not, but I surprisingly loved the dishes! Bisibele bhath and neer dosa should b my favorite(make sure to taste all the dip/chutney).
One must end their meal at Ramashray with almond/pineapple sheera (both equally yummy!!!) and a filter coffee.

Ambience is nothing great but the coffee aroma leaves u mesmerized.
Staff is super friendly and service is quick! 5 min walk from matunga station!
Extremely Pocket friendly !

Always crowded (u will Hav to be in waiting whatever time and day it is), but worth d wait :)
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Gunjan A

June 26,2014

Must Visit For All South Indian Food Lovers

Ram Ashraya is one restaurant that we visited every single day during our junior college times. Made me nostalgic when I went here yesterday. If you are somebody who just concentrates on the food, then you will love Ram Ashraya. It just believes in serving you good food; no frills and fancies.

You must try their Rava Dosa - crispy and has just the right amount of chillies and juicy raisins! I always order Onion Uttapa in whichever restaurant I go to, but Ram Ashraya's Onion Uttapam is the best. They serve two types of chutneys - a white coconut chutney and a red coconut, red chilies & garlic chutney. Although, due to the huge demand for their red chutney, it gets over by brunch time, unless you're really lucky.

Ram Ashraya has two different varieties of Sheera everyday for dessert. Till now I have tried Orange, Blackcurrant, Mango, Jack Fruit, Strawberry, Chocolate, and Chickoo; Jackfruit being my favourite.

Give it a go!

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Ninad Purandare - Burrp User

Ninad Purandare

June 08,2014

Awesome south indian food

One of the best places to enjoy authentic south indian food. The sambar is not sweet and chutneys are excellent. Filter coffee is to die for. This place is easier to find. Mostly crowded but who cares if the food is satisfactory.
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Tanvi Juwale

June 02,2014

Mango sheera, Yes please!

On a lazy Saturday afternoon began our quest for Hotel Ramashraya, a walk to the hotel was quiet an exploring session. Once at the hotel, I saw people busy gorging on their eats. Finding a place we settled and ordered. When our food arrived , the table was full of fine south Indian food. Cheese dosa, Buns, Mango sheera, Kai and Rasam idli is what we had. The dosa was perfectly made with meltled cheese, crispy yet soft. The idli's were a considerable size and the consistency grainy yet soft, paired with rassam it was yummy. Buns very porous, sweet and light.; sheera had a subtle mango flavour and tiny cubes of mango adding the much needed flavour to it. It would not be right if I compare the price to the food, becasue the food is great.
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Ranjeet R Iyer - Burrp User

Ranjeet R Iyer

May 14,2014

Value for money

If you want authentic South Indian food especially dosas then this is the right place for you. This hotel is very famous here and popular among the college students. You may feel the service is a bit on the lower side but considering the crowd you cannot blame them as it is bound to happen. A normal hotel serving good food with justified price is now a days hard to find and Ram Ashraya has these positives.
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Kinjal Chandaria

May 08,2014

Awesome South Indian Food

Craving for South Indian food then this is the perfect place for you. I visit this place regularly. This hotel is always crowded and waiting is always worth it. The best dishes of this hotel includes Mysore Rava Masala Dosa and Sheera. Good news is they serve unlimited chutney and sambar! This place is good to visit at any time of the day. One negative point is, you might have to share your table with strangers. Overall, I would rate it as 4.5/5.
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Nishad Lad

April 08,2014

Ram ashray!

On a Sunday morning been to ramashray only to be greeted by a couple of dozen people waiting for a seat. After nearly half n hour came our chance. This is a pure south indian restaurant and theres loads of variety here. We ordered Sunday special Coconut sewai, Buns and rasam wada which were spectacular. The buns were sweet and super hot. The coconut sewai was over for the day before 9am. We then had neer dosa which was amazingly served with 3 diff chutneys. The onion rawa sada and mysore masala dosa were very well made. The dosa's were crisp and the serving was good. We had the sweet sheera which was super soft and very sweet made of pure ghee. The ever refreshing filter coffee was great as u wud expect in a south indian hotel. The Rates were economical as well. Overall highly recommended for a delightful breakfast.
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chheda_chirag - Burrp User


March 19,2014

Pure delight!

I have never been a fan of Idli's but this place has changed y opinion about them. The Idli they serve here is mind blowing. I can never resist myself from having their Butter Idli. After studying overnight when you start feeling hungry as the sun starts to rise you can happily close your books and go to Ramashraya for their amazing Idlis, Uttapas and Sheera! Not to forget a cup of Coffee to keep you awake till you reach home ;) That's usually how my visits happen to Ramashraya. But irrespective of the scenario the above mentioned dishes are a treat to your taste buds. YUM!!
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Anisha K

March 05,2014


DO NOT MISS GOING TO THIS PLACE. Wherever you stay. make sure you come here to taste it's food. Superbly south indian, it'll tickle your taste buds to no end! This palce is so different from every other. t doesnt have a menu card. It's items are written on a wall. The tastiest part is the variety of sheeras it has everyday starting from pineapple sheera to butterscotch, blackcurrant and what not! A must go!
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Krunal Vithalani

January 13,2014

Super south indian food..

This place is super awesome for south Indian food. I have been lots and lots of time rava dosa, mysore sada dosa, neer dosa, etc are some of my favourites..The best thing served here is sheera.sheera served here are of various flavours. Some of them which I tried is pineapple, strawberry, guava, chocolate & orange.Me and my friends travel from Kandivali to Matunga for eating at ramashray..overal super food .value for money,worth visiting.prompt and quick service don't expect super ambience
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Urmila Walke - Burrp User

Urmila Walke

December 13,2013

All The Idli Fans!!! Dont miss this chance!!

A must visit if you happen to go to Matunga. Surprising this place has received so fewer reviews in comparison.
It is a roadside hotel and clearly in a no-miss zone. The smell of coffee from the shop nearby literally drags you to it.
Typical south Indian style and very cheaply priced, this place is a haven for daily craves of southie food.
The pineapple sheera, Vada Sambhar and pretty much a lot of food here is on par with the best restaurants around the city. You would feel transported back to crowded peak hour chennai due to the hustle and bustle of this place. Worth every penny.
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Preeti9_9 - Burrp User


December 05,2013

Amazing idlis

This place has a huge waiting from morning 5.30 is the best place to have breakfast in the mornings when you want to go out of town..
It serves the best and softest idlis, yummy and crispy dosas, the balata Wadas are also tasty..the ghee idli served here is unique.
Good food, no ambience, service slow..and average staff.
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doublehelix - Burrp User


November 15,2013

The best dosa-idli place in town!

Disclaimer: I'm a meat lover who also happens to like well-made veg food. But it well better be made really well. And I don't like spicy food. Went there with a friend and it's actually a really nice place to eat at. It's definitely not dark and dang. It's brightly lit and spacious. It's not that loud (like some hi-fi places where you can't have a decent conversation!). Food reigns supreme here. Small portions so more to taste from. I tried the upma, two types of dosas (mysore onion sada and tuppa), two wada (rassam wada and kadi wada), butter idli, and two sheeras (pineapple and chocolate), filter kapi. Must order (I'll be back for this): butter idli, tuppa dosa, upma, pineapple sheera, mysore sada Give it a miss: chocolate sheera Haven't tried; want to try: Rawa saada. Masala dosa. As a coffee lover, Madras Cafe kapi is better, but Ramashray scores overall.
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Mansi Dedhia - Burrp User

Mansi Dedhia

October 15,2013

6 am breakfast

The place is always opens at 5:30 I guess and even at that hour people are waiting for the shutters to roll up..there's a que..softest idlis .. Fresh coconut chutney..I die on their Mysore masala dosa and onion rava sada..its the only place I like filter coffee..pineapple sheera..the word itself is atomic and so is the taste..the also have loads of other fruit sheeras some of which are equally good.. The staff is really friendly..and they cater really well..its one of the best udipi hotels
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Vipul  - Burrp User


October 08,2013

Sheera - Innovation. Also great South Ind food

This place is located just opposite to Matunga Central Railway Station. You will have to wait for a few mins to get in. The Rava Mysore Onion is so spectacular that you wont need any chutney or Sambar as accompaniment. The Filter Coffee is top notch. One big reason why you should visit this place is to try out Sheeras. They have a new Sheera everyday. I have tasted Pineapple, Chocolate, Strawberry, Black Currant & Badam Sheeras. I have heard great things about Jackfruit Sheera as well. Also this place is extremely economical. In all, a must visit.
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thefoodieno1 - Burrp User


August 09,2013

The South Indian King

After a night out on Saturday, 5 am ko Ramashraya kaa garam garam Idli Sambhar nahi khaya to kya khaya :) If you love South Indian food, then am sure you must have been here. Have you heard of Strawberry Sheera or Gauva Sheera, these are some special not missable dishes available out here. Idli Sambhar, Mysore Sada, Filter coffee and other south Indian dishes are all prepared in the traditional style. A word of caution, as with any good restaurant, just be prepared to wait for an hour at peak hours (i.e. Sunday mornings & evening). A must try!
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pranavten - Burrp User


July 30,2013

Mr. Dependable!

Its 5:30 am on a Sunday morning and you either partied all night/ had a stay over or are up early to head out on a long road trip and what do you do? Head to Ram Ashray for mind blowing filter coffee and steaming idlis! Ram Ashray is located close to the Kabutarkhana at Matunga Central and is one of the dozen odd south Indian eateries in our area. Idlis, dosas, medu vadas and coffee are served with great speed, made to perfection and the staff always has a smile on their face. Their cocunot sevai and shira are also worth a try. The value for money quotient of this joint is unbelievable and taste is top notch. Not the place to visit if you are in the mood for some privacy or comfort as you are provided neither.
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coffeedesk - Burrp User


January 02,2013

No one can east just one

Love this little place opposite Matunga Station (central line) Whenever I've visited here, I always walk in thinking I'm going to eat modestly and not be greedy. I always fail.

What I loved:

No fuss quick service.
A/C and non A/C section.
Fresh and piping hot food.
VFM pricing.

What I think needs work:

The place is very small and cramped, but I guess this cant change unless they extend the place or start another outlet.

What I would recommend trying:

Bisibelabath - midly spiced and full robust flavours. Crush a few fried papads and the combination is delightful.

Paniyaram - This fried savory snack is morsel sized and perfect to pop into your mouth with the smallest dab of coconut chutney.

Five stars and my vote of confidence to this one for satisfying my craving of South Indian food on more than one occasion.

Filter coffee - If you like you coffee strong and not too sweet, this is just perfect.
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