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If you love south indian this is the place not to miss. They serve authentic South Indian with a wide spread menu of dishes. Dishes available here not normally available at other south indian joints. Must try is appam.
This is the best place I have come across serving dishes from all four states of South. We tried variants of Idli combos, dosas and rice. Unlimited supply of sambhar and chutunies add to the fun dining experience.
Ambiance is simple but well maintained. Service...More
Food is very very tasty and even when they are busy, you don’t have to wait long. Service is always quick. Same quality food in a five star hotel would be ten times the price. Very reasonably priced. And there is parking.
I went to this restaurant i had hear a lot about there south indian food but to be honest i didn't like the food much only some dishes were ok but didn't feel the good factor there some of the Dosa we ate were sour...More
This may not be very visible, it is in the lane opposite the ISKCON temple along the temple. It is housed in the ground floor of the hotel. You can try the dosas / idlis and their rice plate too. They also give a variety...More
On a relaxed Sunday when south indian is on your mind...this place offers you a good spread of south indian cuisine near about authentic south indian taste for most of the menu.
Seating arrangements being not too cozy..but average as i call it and crowded...More
I visited Dakshinayan near the Iskon Temple at Juhu. Food was way below expectations, price very high, service below average. The ambience was good but overall, the family and I came out disappointed with the experience. Avoidable.
Visited Dakshinayan near Iskon Temple with the family. Average food, prices on the higher side and service poor. I would prefer to go to Cafe Mysore at Matunga to have better south Indian food. Not worth it.
Home to the iconic Juhu Beach, acclaimed Prithvi Theatre & ISKCON Temple, this breezy sea-facing neighbourhood is one of the city’s jewels, studded with homes of Bollywood celebrities, designer boutiques, swanky sea-facing restaurants, hip pubs & discotheques, a range of hotels along the shore suiting every budget, sea-food specialty restaurants and a variety of street food like Pav Bhaji, Bhel Puri
and Pani Puri at the beach. And for those seeking some calm in the hustle bustle, watching the sunset while taking a stroll along the vibrant beach with a carnivalesque atmosphere is worth an experience.