Indian food is made up of plenty of species. Onion and garlic adds to the taste of Indian food. However, some people hate onion and garlic. Hence, they do not eat onion and garlic in their food. Well, finding a vegetarian restaurant in India, is very easy, but it becomes very difficult to find a restaurant that strictly doesn’t serve onion and garlic.
For all those people who are strictly vegetarian but hate to eat onion and garlic, I have found a solution to your problem.
There is a Restaurant on a busy street, Senapati Bapat Marg in the financial hub of India, Mumbai. The name of the restaurant is called Shrinathji's. This Restaurant serves strict vegetarian food made without onion and garlic. I m sure you will love to eat there. The food is fresh, delicious and served hot. There is plenty of options available in the menu. A decent food for two would cost you around four hundred Indian Rupees.
For quick starters, you could choose cottage cheese italio, spring rolls, crispy chilly vegetables or vegetable lasagna. A decent starter would cost you around one hundred Indian Rupees per person.
There are plenty of options available in the menu for the main course. You name it and you will get it.
You can choose from sizzlers, Indian breads, Italian pastas, Chinese Noodles, Mexican pizzas, Indian style vegetables, Indian style rice, Hong Kong Rice, Thai Vegetable noodles and many others. A good main course would cost you around two hundred Indian Rupees per person.
This Restaurant is famous for Indian desserts. You can have rasgulla, gulabjamun, malai sandwich, sizzling brownie, chocolate pastries, fruit pastries and other wide varieties of pastries. Desserts would cost you around one hundred Indian Rupees per person.
Although you cannot have everything given in the menu, you should try vegetable lasagna in starters, Indian style vegetables with Indian bread followed by sizzling brownie in desserts. You can choose from 10 different Indian breads. The continental food is also very good. There are more than 15 types of pastries to choose from. They even take order for birthday cakes.
Direction to the restaurant
Take a western suburban local train. Halt at the lower parel station. Take the bridge toward west direction. You can walk on the street to find the main road at the busy junction, where the Restaurant is located.
- Telephone: +91 22 24985857
- Address: Jagdamba Bhavan, Opp. Matulya Centre, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel , Mumbai, India