Goregaon is a suburb in the Mumbai city, in the Mumbai Suburban district of India. It is a railway station on the Mumbai suburban railway on the Western Line. An extension of the Harbour Line was under construction, scheduled to be completed by 2017.
Things to do in Goregaon
4 based on 8 reviews
Visited this place when I was out for some errands in the market and was looking to get some good food quickly so that I could get back to work.
Spotted this by chance and went there to grab lunch.
Order pav bhaji and tava pulao and both were delicious. Washed them down with Mausambi juice and it was very refreshing. It is a convenient low range restaurant ideal for grabbing quick bites.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
A newly opened mid-way restaurant and hotel between Nagpur and Raipur on the National Highway. The simple Indian vegetarian food is tasty and served with a smile. The washrooms are well maintained much to the relief of road travelers. It also seems to be a good place for week-end retreats.
4 based on 41 reviews
If you are in Oberoi mall in Goregaon, Olive Bistro is a great place to hang out. Superb ambience and efficient service. Their specialty, Chicken Espetada is a great appetizer. Would also recommend the chicken wings and their thin crust pizza. I enjoyed their handcrafted bootleg beer.
4 based on 31 reviews
This restaurant is located at Goregaon west,link road intruding space between the furniture shops.
2.They have Live Ghazals during your dine.
3.Service is fast.
4.Quality of the food is good but the price is not justified.
5.Menu is just a disaster itself as you have to ask every time with staff about the dish.
6.Good place for having sheesha as they have some good choice.
7. For 2 people it would cost you about 1000-1500 /- excluding the sheesha.
8.Could be enjoyed with friends or couples but not kids.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
Café Moshe's initially started operations in the posh Cuffe Parade area of Mumbai serving the rich and elite. They specialize in Mediterranean food including variety of Italian, Lebanese and other cuisines mostly European. They have a fantastic variety salads, Crostinis, garlic breads, baked potatoes, hummus, cakes, pastries, muffins, croissants, sandwiches, pancakes, desserts including very good selection of icecreams, mocktails and so on. All the food is carefully prepared and they use the best ingredients.
They have very good variety of both veg and non veg options.
Service is world class, ambience very soothing. Overall superb experience at a very affordable price. One can sit for hours and have fun with friends, family, business associates.
4.5 based on 21 reviews
I have visited this store located at the first floor of Oberoi Mall in Goregaon with friends. I have previously visited their branch in Bandra Linking Road. Different types of brownies like walnut brownie, choco chips brownie, oreo brownie, red velvet brownie etc was available. They are also popular for items like red velvet cup cakes, lemon tarts. Different croissants and milkshakes are also available at this outlet. I had tried walnut brownie and red velvet cup cake - as expected both items were yummy.
3.5 based on 13 reviews
Zoodles has amazing food. They specialise in Chinese cuisine. The food is awesome and is a great value for money. They serve noodles and rice in various different sauces and the Garlic Butter is the best. The home Delivery service is also excellent and they bring the food within half an hour. I stay near the restaurant, so we often order food from there. It is a must try for people who want to grab a quick bite.
3.5 based on 3 reviews
The kebabs and Kathi rolls were superb, succulent and worth the price. The restaurant has been re done, but no parking space though. The Biryani was nothing special. Kababs are the specialties.
4 based on 23 reviews
I have visited this fine dine restaurant located in the top floor of Oberoi Mall in Goregaon with friends for lunch on a weekend afternoon. The ambience inside the restaurant has a old world charm with wooden tables and chairs, high ceiling, large framed paintings on the walls, aluminium plates, menu styled like newspaper. I liked the ambience and the service was good too. We had ordered Karnataka style chicken fried kabab and fish tacos as starters - both items were crisp and yummy. Then we tried 2 plates of Andhra style mutton biryani which was served with raita and papad. The biryani was very good which had long grained basmati rice and soft succulent boneless pieces of mutton. The total bill including taxes was a resonable 1450 bucks. I would definately like to come back again.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
Had visited PDF ...on 12/05 , Indeed a small place , but a budding one on weekends, The menu is artistically bound on a board,separately classifying the Menu , Try out the starters,soups,Chinese , They also serve mid blowing punjabi crusine
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