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Dinner at Swati Snacks

By Mohnish On February 22, 2009 Under Fine Dinning

Swati Snacks is one of the best Gujju food restaurants I have seen till date. This was the third time I had Dinner at Swati Snacks. I had to wait for more than an hour for my turn to come, maybe because tomorrow is a holiday. The thing I noticed there is that the place was packed with 20 families dining in and 20 families waiting out for their turn, I was #21. After an hour of waiting I had some delicious Paani Puri, Paneer Lifafa and Gattu Nu Shak & Satpadi Rotli; which was extremely delicious!

Location: Shop Number 248, Karai Estate Building, Opposite Bhatia Hospital, Tardeo, Mumbai Central, Mumbai, Mumbai 400007, India? – 022 23526411?
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Paani Puri at Swati Snacks Mumbai

Paani Puri – If your living in Mumbai and you have not had it till date, Mahn! Are you seriously living in Mumbai? The Paani Puri was extremely spicy and I had my nose leaking after the first one itself! I’ve had Paani Puri trice before at Swati but this one was extremely spicy!
Price: Rs 60/plate – 7 Puris
Taste: 4/5 – I’ll cut 1 for the extra spice.
Worth it? Little expensive, but worth it!

Paneer Lifafa at Swati Snacks
Paneer Lifafa – Extremely delicious! If you’re at Swati Snacks and a foodie like me, this one is recommended! Paneer, Onion and Green Chutney wraped in a roomali roti. I bet you can’t have just one! 😉
Price: Rs 80/plate – 4 pieces/plate
Taste: 5/5 – Full marks for the de-li-cious lifafa!
Worth it? Yes! If you have it once, you’re gonna order it again 😉

Gattu Nu Shak & Satpadi Rotli at Swati Snacks

Gattu Nu Shak & Satpadi Rotli – I couldn’t get my hands on this one, but I did have a bite. All I can say it was good! For Gujjus/Gujju Foodie people this dish is specially recommended.
Rs 120/plate
Taste: 4.5/5 – I liked it!
Worth it? A bit expensive but worth it!

I loved the place and I recommend each and everyone in Mumbai to visit it atleast once! If you visit it on a Sunday, you need to wait for atleast 30-75 mins for Dinner. The best time recommended would be from Monday to Saturday on Lunch at 12:30 PM or on 8 PM for Dinner. Extremely good place for family, friends and get-togethers. The best thing about this place was the open kitchen and fast service. Whatever you ordered was served in less than 7 mins regardless of the quantity or the crowd. The dinner for 5 came up to Rs 690 which is pretty affordable 😉

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