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  • Nearly everybody would recommend this place to others
  • Most tried items: shawarmas and rolls
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Overpriced and less portions served
tiny place with good ambience
Niv 1960 - Burrp User

Niv 1960

April 28,2015

Best Lebanese food

A wonderful Lebanese eatery with an old wordly charm.Very good place for non vegetarians. For connoisseurs, not really authentic Lebanese you'll find here, but its the kind of Chinese we Indians enjoy. Sharwma is awesome .They were very filling and the taste was not overburdened by the hummus. For veggies spinach delight with garlic bread is served awesome.The waiters are attentive and the food arrives quickly.
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Navya P

February 28,2015

nice little place

Amazing little place with extremely nice staff serving delicious Lebanese food which I don’t know much about but this place made me love it! Went with some college friends and we had fluffy omelet, chicken grill, paneer shawarma, classic falafel, caramal custard and everything was great. We re-ordered the shawarma it was so good we could not stop eating it! Very value for money since 1 shawarma is almost like half a meal!
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Foodosaurus Prachi

January 31,2015

Amazing shawarmas

Have been here with friends many times since it is close to my college- I always order lebanese chicken roll, chicken kebab roll and caramel custard and always the service is really prompt and quick, the food is consistently good and it is so affordable for college students like me. Zeresh pulao is also good but I do not prefer it much personally,but you can try it too.
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January 31,2015

Keep it Up..!!

My family and me wanted to treat ourselves for some shawermas and my dad's friend recommended this place. believe me if you want great Lebanese food out of Lebanon you need to visit this place. the shawerma was heavenly amazing taste full of juicy. the ambiance is a little let down because of the location. but can be overlooked... the kebabs were amazing steaming hot. fresh and juicy. thnk u piccadilly for a wonderful treat and amazing food.

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Foodosaurus Prachi

January 30,2015

Easy on pocket,great food

Go here for shawarmas and rolls. I am sure everything else on the menu is also good,it is just that I have always visited here with friends and we end up having chichen shawarma or mutton shawarma or chicken roll and they are so tasty that we have not been able to taste anything else. It is a very small place you might miss if not looking for it specifically.Must visit.Perfect for students/ foodies/ unemployed foodies like me!
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Nitish Sharma

December 31,2014

Not for you if you know your lebanese food...

For those who have tasted good lebanese or persian cuisines its really difficult to get impressed by this place. We ambled in late at night after a nice trip to the Kala ghoda festival. The ground floor was completely filled so we stepped upstairs to the Ac section . Firstly the place is cramped and is very ordinary in its set up. Legacy & tradition aside i came there to eat and found the service lacking on multiple hygiene parameters. First it took almost 4 calls to get water and too came in 2 tranches as glasses were missing. Also there werent any spoons,napkins, forks etc on the table and each had to be asked for separately.

Coming to the food , we ordered a full veg platter which had some 4-5 starters with hummus, garlic sauce and pita breads. Frankly apart from the Falafels there was hardly anything which tasted really good. Some of the mixed veggies reeked of desi masala, the hummus was very watery . The saving grace were the wonderful pita breads & the lovely garlic sauce.

Had also also ordered mint tea which was again good but not great.

Overall good place for legacy ...not that great for taste....aint coming again
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heena ashar

December 31,2014

Shawarmas and super good...

Lebanese: the name reminds me of amazing Shawarmas, hummus, lebanese garlic sauce and my, this place has it all.

Chicken/Mutton Shawarma: filled with cabbage, pickle, french fries, hummus, garlic sauce and tender meat portions. They have different varieties so you can try all one after the other.

Go for the authentic Irani dishes which are primarily non-vegetarian: Chello Kebab, Juje Kebab, Zeresh Pulav all perfectly made and seasoned. Tastes amazing and super filling.

They also serve sizzlers, but frankly speaking I have never eaten anything else here besides the ones mentioned above.

True Irani style and managed well and hope they will continue to serve many many patrons for a long time to come. Cheers !!
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Rati Mehra

May 16,2014

Lucious Shwarma's

Piccadilly is situated in the much famous among the shopaholics - Colaba causeway market. Me and my friends landed up here while searching a place for good food.
It has a nice ambiance with dim yellow lighting . As soon as you enter, you'll see salami, hams and chicken displayed on the counter so if you are a vegetarian , you would like sitting on the 1st floor seating area. Coming on to the food, the shwarma here is very tasty and finger licking. Chicken shwarma is the best. You can also go for hummus and pita bread and also iranian food. The food is really good! Do vvisit and relish yummy lebanese here.
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kashyapvora7 - Burrp User


May 08,2014

Best garlic sauce

The decor is still old style with the wooden chairs and the entire menu card tucked under the table.lots of tea flavours. You can enjoy food with tea. Veg dishes also very good. Try falafal. Lebanese food. And very cosy atmosphere. Specially window seat.The garlic sauce and pickled beetroot are amazing, as well as all their other food. The portions are medium sized but the kebab platter with all the different types of kebabs and pita bread with salads and garlic sauce and hummus is good enough for two persons.
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gourab_c - Burrp User


March 03,2014

Home away from home!

Piccadilly is heaven! And their dazaz mahashi is therapeutic! A concoction of minced mutton and chicken biriyani with carefully chosen spices, it is but pure bliss! Another all-time favorite is the grilled chicken! They make very decent sizzlers as well. Cosy and comfortable, homely decor and absolutely fantastic food -- that's piccadilly for you!
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mamtavora66 - Burrp User


February 07,2014


We are frequent visitors of Piccadilly and have always had a very pleasant experience. Piccadilly has a typical Irani hotel look. The food here is simply great and very reasonably priced. They have a very elaborate menu with both veg and non-veg options. Apart from their famous Lebanese and Iranian flare, they also have a few continental dishes on offer.
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Gyan Sinha

November 26,2013

Wonderful Treat for the Taste Buds !!

Its AAA - Awesome Food - Amazing Service - Astonishing Ambiance
No frills place, No special seating or ambiance but amiable service and courteous treatment.
Its a place where you will find authentic and mouth watering Iranian and Lebanese Food.
There Shwarma is a must try.
I have been to this place many a times and had tried many of there recipes, there rice preparations (Stroganoff , Zareesh Pulao) are worth a praise, however will rate low to there Sizzlers, but yes only to "sizzlers".
On my last visit after stuffing my self completely the waiter insisted me to try there Caramel Custard and after trying it I actually ended up with one more..... that's the beauty of there chef......They serve the food with perfection and love.
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ardeshirdesai - Burrp User


November 26,2013

Excellent food

If you want to try Lebanese food then this is one place you should not miss. The joint is run by Iranians and they know what to server. The food is excellent and quite authentic. The ambiance is good and gives the feel of those Iranian joints which we miss around the city nowadays.
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Mitchelle D'Souza

November 06,2013

Splendid Lebanese Fare

This old Irani cafe located at Colaba causeway is from a bygone era. Every thing here has an old world charm including the jolly waiter who is ever so helpful with suggestions. I have had the shwarmas, pita bread and chicken rolls and grilled chicken. Trust me none have let me down. Even their strawberry milkshake and cold coffee that I tried were incredible. It doesn't hurt your pocket too as its fairly reasonable. Do try if you are in the quest for authentic Arabic and Irani fare.
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krithika7 - Burrp User


November 05,2013

On a time machine!

This place is like those period restaurants. Very Irani. Feels as if you are living in Mumbai in the 70s again. Simple straight-forward menu- each dish worth a try. Absolutely love the Shawarma, Salli Boti, Chicken sandwich. The simple fresh juices and milkshakes pair well with the dishes. Yummy place!
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Vipul  - Burrp User


September 22,2013

A Colaba Institution

The owners told me that this 40 year old iconic place was named after Piccadilly Circus ( UK) . Not sure why this was named after a circus but there is certainly no fooling around with the quality of food over here

One thing unique about Piccadily is the Photo Menu Card. It turns out to be the simplest Arabic / Lebanese / Irani food Guide.

The Shwaramas over here are sublime. They have 5 different Shwaramas. The Falafels ( which they call Falafils ) are for the vegetarians.

The Zeresh Pulao is spectacular ( Zeresh is Iranian for berries), so is the Khorma Sabji, So is Dazaz Mahashi ( Irani Biryani )

The Chicken Stroganoff Sizzler is pretty good too.

I have tried almost everything on the menu and i absolutely love this place. Its open till midnight. Next time you goto Colaba, skip the overhyped Bade Miyan and try this place instead, you wont be disappointed.
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SabGhiasi - Burrp User


July 27,2013

Arabic food is here!

Piccadilly is officially my haunt when I miss my Arab birthplace and crave shawarma! It’s SO good. The grilled chicken and toum are absolutely perfect. I’m not going to give points to the hummus because that’s not earned a mention. I highly recommend their pita bread rolls with this amazing chicken for a mind-blowing experience of Arabic food.
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June 28,2013

Best Lebanese

Piccadilly could easily be considered the best place for having Lebanese food in the city. Though they serve a variety of cuisines including sizzlers, sandwiches, pizzas etc., Levantine cuisine remains their strength.

The shwarma here definitely stands out. It is filling and great bang for your buck. The hummus is good with perfect flavour of garlic, though the consistency is a bit runny for my liking. The falafels are very soft and flavorful. I would suggest ordering for their cocktail platters so as to try out a range of their Lebanese offerings.

Would suggest having a small dessert at the end of the meal as their caramel custard is easily one of the best. The manager is always very helpful with suggestions and the service is quick. Highly recommended.
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Jeffy John

June 10,2013

"Maha" doesnt mean the same.

With just one guy serving a whole floor, the service was pretty much average.

We ordered the Fila Chicken, Sahan Hommos "Maha" Shawarma (LOL), Lebanese BBQ. Mut. Kabab, The Lebanese Cocktail (platter) and lime juice.

First came truck loads of pita bread, hummus and garlic sauce. Visual happiness :)
Then came the the platter, fila chicken and mutton kebabs.

The fila chicken in simple words, is deep fried boneless chicken strips. The accompaniment of the garlic dip always makes any dish, Arabic. The chicken was cooked well and yes, will definitely order the next time.

The mutton Kebabs had just 3 sticks. They were Well cooked and moderately flavored. Them Kebabs, rolled in the pita bread with hummus and pickles were totally yumm (Self-made).

The platter had fila chicken, mutton and chicken kebabs, 1 stick shish tawouk and some boiled chicken in weird butter-chicken colored sauce. Everything but that last chicken was good. The latter had zero taste. Even the sauce was flavorless.

Aah yes, and then, the final dish that everyone was waiting for; the "Maha" Shawarma". That dish took everyone by surprise and I'm pretty sure will take you too. A small bowl of hummus with hardly around 10 strips of shredded (shawarma) chicken was all that it was. Nothing else. Absolutely NOTHING "MAHA" about it. A total disappointment.

Summing to a bill of around 1200 bucks, the portion size wasn't satisfying for the price. The taste was good.
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mukhi - Burrp User


November 10,2012

Lovely little gem

This is what a neighbourhood dining place should be. Open windows, friendly staff, reasonable prices and food that is a little different from the usual. If you like your biryani and chicken very spicy, you could be disappointed. But if you enjoy mild and fresh flavours you'll love this place. The clear winner is the juje kabab, grilled breast of chicken that is beaten into a long strip and looks just like a snake! This is accompanied with buttered rice on which a slightly sour powder (sumac) is sprinkled - delicious. Grilled tomatoes and a few fries complete the picture. The other classic here is mutton or chicken shawarma, which comes with a little hummus, garlic dip and pita bread. The ambience is very pleasant and it's a great place to take breakfast (3-egg omelettes!) while reading the newspaper.
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Praneeth Karkera

August 14,2012

Awesome Lebanese food

If you are interested in Lebanese food, This is the place to visit !!

Visited this place for the first time last Sunday. It has comfortable seating including a small Air conditioned section however the real fun is to sit in the Non AC section.

Waiters are very helpful & warm.

It has a good number of options in Lebanese food (both Veg & Non Veg)

Piccadilly to Lebanese food is what Little Italy is to Italian food
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Gail Fernandes

June 03,2012

Good Experience

Tiny Place, but good ambience even in the sweltering heat, We ordered a Shahan Chicken Shawarma and a Mutton Kheema pulav, which was amazing. The garlic sauce is to die for. Portions were enormous and we enjoyed every bite.
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March 24,2012

Splendid experiene

Nice crowd + good food is a big high. Piccadilly serves amazing Lebanese food. Try their Dazaz Mahashi that tastes very good. Nice and moist with perfect mix of minced meat, the grilled chicken is also very tasty. Sweet and tangy at the same time with aroma of the spices their shawarma was good as always A must try restaurant in Colaba.
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Prasad Gupte

February 15,2012

Find("Colaba","Quick","Tasty") returns Piccadilly

Whether it is with friends or family, Piccadilly is the ideal spot for a short-and-sweet meal in Colaba. The shawarmas, roast chicken and egg bhurjee will leave you speechless. Service and hygiene are both appreciable.
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bhumesh007 - Burrp User


January 29,2012

Amazing Lebanese stuff

People...one of the best shawarmas in the city! The kebabs and chicken sandwiches are delicious too. Have been here quite some times and have relished every thing that I ordered. Even the stuffed omlette is yummy!!

Wanna try the chicken tandoori too..it looks promising :)))

Town rocks!!!
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Kshitij_Satdeve - Burrp User


January 12,2012


This place is such a heaven for those who just loves to eat!!! :)
Simply EK NUMBER!! ;)
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prax82on - Burrp User


December 29,2011

i just wanna say. AWESOME.

I would only use a word to describe it. AMAZING. Definitely worth a try
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hiteshmpahuja - Burrp User


December 19,2011

Awesome Food

This place has the best irani dishes and the Zeresh Pulav is a must try. The hummus served here is the finest.
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poonam1 - Burrp User


November 18,2011

Awesome Shwarma

If i wana eat shwarma i know dis is the best place to go and have!
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mohaizmay - Burrp User


November 17,2011

Wonderful experience

I fell in love with the Lebanese wrap that was made with boneless chicken and Authentic Lebanese, Masala , served with garlic mayo and cabbage ..... Loved it
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Tejaswi Parande

October 07,2011


I discovered this place on a raining evening when i was busy shopping on the streets of colaba causeway. It was getting cold and i desperately needed a cup of coffee and something good to eat. And this place was perfect to serve my needs. Old Lebanese restaurant like ambiance and shawarmas to die for. This is definitely the place to be when in town...
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Indraniparui - Burrp User


August 21,2011

Food Served with love by the waiter...

Irani looking corner restaurant, serving yummy food the taste of which will not match other outlets. From the Chicken Shawarma to Fluffy Omlet, from mint tea to watermelon juice. The food here is a true example of fine dining. The sweet smile of the waiter takes care of the non welcoming owner. Dear owner, you need to smile a bit when you see your customers coming back .The food though definitely satiates an appetite.
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Afshaan Khan

May 14,2011


This is a no frills place with that specific charm of south bombay. Me and friend popped in for a quick lunch after shopping and were seated right by the door. And I loved the view! We ordered the lebanese wraps and fuit juice. My friend's wrap was perfect though mine was a lil bit on the salty side. I enoyed that small visit and I would love to go back again.
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sandeep pendurthy

April 22,2011

Very good food

Another old place, suggested by a friend of mine and have been a regular since then the last time we have been there 4 of us, ordered grilled chicken to start with and roast chicken and baked chicken... followed by chelo murgh..... the other 3 friends of mine were here for the first time and loved the experience.... at times you have to wait 20 mins or more for a table but the wait is worth it.....
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Ashay  - Burrp User


April 20,2011

Lebanese Food Rocks!!

First time I went to this place, I was unsure how it would turn out. But believe me, their food is awesome(for the non-veggies).
The ambiance of this place is not at all inspiring, given that it is in Colaba. But the food makes up for it big time!
This place serves mouth watering Lebanese cuisine. For those who are not acquainted with Lebanese cuisine, It consists of a (circular bread like roti), different sauces, very tasty meats and some veggies.
The pickles they provide are also quite different and tasty. The wide array of main courses offer you a splendid choice of Lebanese cuisine. Different types of meat served in different non-so-Indian sauces make a very hearty meal!
The pricing is also quite moderate. 5 of us with a very good appetite had to pay a bill of a little above 1000 Rs.
Do try the caramel custard for dessert too.
Overall a big thumbs up for this restaurant.
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srt10 - Burrp User


March 19,2011

The stench!! :@

Eww entered the restaurant & left in 5 mins!!! It had this sick raw meat stench making the the place unbearable !! The tables n chairs were so sticky n unclean!!! Can nvr eat at such an unhygienic place!! Disgusted more than disappointed!
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February 23,2011

Nice Rolls

Went here on a friday afternoon to try out their lebanese. The ambiance is very old world, they don't have air conditioners on the ground floor so sitting there and eating is not recommended especially during the summer.

We weren't really hungry so we only called for the falafel rolls and they were brilliant .Nice crisp falafels rolled in pita bread with sour cream and pickled vegetables cost us only Rs. 60.
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Charu26 - Burrp User


December 27,2010

Place worth going

Looking for the Authentic Lebanese Food at good prices, this is your place. The place does not look that great but the food is really good. Try the kababs as they are really nice. They do have veg food but the choice is limited. The non vegetarians are sure to have a good time here. It is definitely better than Falafel. If you don't have much time to sit and eat you can just call for a Chicken Shawarma.
The service is quick too...
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Viraj Shah

August 18,2010

1980s Irani restaurant....Great Lebanese Food.

It gives you a typical old Irani Hotel Look. Lebanese Food is really Authentic and Great and definitely better than Falafel.

There is a AC and a Non- AC place and the desserts are worth trying.

Good place for a snack.
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Adarsh Munjal

July 05,2010

Lebanese food as authentic as Khau Galli's Chinese

Marhaba! Ya habibi!
Tch tch. Get rid of that belly-dancing image in your head!
It's just an attempt to greet you.

Let me add a disclaimer here if you're absolutely fond of Lebanese and/or Persian food, or used be a loyal Piccadilly fan just like me.

Piccadilly is dying, and I don't think it'll make it through.
Ussey dava ki nahi, duaa ki zarroorat hain.

For those who don't know anything about Piccadilly yet, here's a quick peek.

It is probably much smaller than you expect but they do have an A/C section upstairs. Even today, the restaurant flaunts a typical Iranian ambiance and setting, which includes checkered table cloths, waiters shouting out orders to cooks, cashiers suffering from face paralysis, etc.

Just 3 to 5 years ago, Piccadilly used to be a popular joint amongst goraas, lukhaas and other window shoppers who caused a stampede Colaba Causeway even today. I clearly remember relishing their Shawarma while shopping for ma bling, duplicate football jerseys, bandanas and a few other things that make me repent and cherish my college life equally.
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Chandni Tolani

June 07,2010

Magical Monsoons!

Piccadilly has been my favourite for years now. Love the Chicken Shawarma here, it is absolutely amazing!!... Even though the place has two sections, ac and non-ac, opt for the non-ac one if you wanna really enjoy the essence of the place. I went here once again on Sunday and grabbed the window side table! We placed out order and as we sat there it started pouring. In no time, our Shawarmas came and it was the most romantic experience ever. Watching the rain by the window while you much onto the yummiest Shawarma ever. A total bliss.
P.S : The shawarmas are priced at Rs.70.
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KR  - Burrp User


February 27,2010

Nice & Cute

A nice irani joint serving great Lebanese and Irani food. The simple hummus is very good and the pita bread is perfect.

Found some of the chicken strips a bit stiff, but the ambience for a nice lazy meal makes up.

Stick to the ground floor tables though the mezzanine place is air-conditioned
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Roanna Fernandes

December 14,2009

Shawarma - my fave Mid-Eastern Grub Place!

How many times have you felt that you haven’t tasted the Middle-eastern goodness of a Shawarma in Bombay? Well, you haven't been to Piccadilly’s then. It’s the next best place after the Middle East that transpires the awesome Lebanese flavor through their shawarma. Their garlic sauce is pretty great too and you can keep dipping your pickled veggies in it! It's a small place yet spacey and not so bad on ambience or service.
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Saunak Basu

November 07,2009

Excellent food at a steal!

Unbelievable Lebanese and Iranian food at amazing prices. Would rate Piccadilly over Marooush anyday. Dont miss the original Biryani and shawarmas.
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Archana Bhui

November 07,2009

My feel good hang out.

Whenever me and my colleagues are in the mood for some VFM Lebanese food, there are no second thoughts about the place we have to go to. Piccadilly is the unanimous choice. The place is cramped and small but the food is good. Opt for the Lebanese Kababs Platter with 6-8 Khubs. For 200 bucks its a steal meal for 2!!! And yeah. I prefer it to Marooush...
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richa.ver - Burrp User


August 06,2009

good food!!

We had some real yum mutton biryani here. Also, the au-gratin was good and the Lebanese platter was nice too. Though the pita could have been fresher, the staff was very helpful and cheerful.
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Akshara Pradhan

June 30,2009

Worth a check

Went for dinner last night with friends who have been here before. Thankfully, for a change I wasn't the only one disappointed in the service (my friends confirmed the deterioration). The food was excellent which is a good reason to return to try the more adventurous fare. The Lebanese Special, chicken and mutton shawarma were very tasty (though the portion was a little small for us!). The Adas Pulao was delicious though we couldn't try the mausi Biryani since the waiter screwed up the order.
Will definitely return for the food but with lower expectations on service.
5 rolls, 1 main dish, 2 fresh lime soda and a choclate shake cost us 3 people 525 total.
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sagheero - Burrp User


June 19,2009

Asli Persian khaana!

Only place in Mumbai dishing out authentic persian fare! Not to be confused with irani food found in parsi joints. The Chelo Kebab is nicely done, though might not appeal to Indian palate who prefer spicy and overcooked food. The Shawarmas are to die for and the mixed platter is good. Slightly on the expensive side but service is good. After visiting the joint a couple of times, the waiters recognise us.
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Pranjali Pradhan

May 01,2009

go lebanese...

Excellent shawarmas. I recommend the chicken and the shish tauok above all. Also the sizzlers are really good. The place is decent but could do with a real good scrub.

All in all. Good quick food after long hours of shopping on the causeway!
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ranjankotian - Burrp User


May 09,2008

Best lebanese food

Its good to the stomach, good on the purse and one of the best places to have non-vegetarian food.
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Vivek Agarwal

September 07,2007


I frequent this joint on colaba causeway - a haven for the discerning foodies like myself with under-rated cafes spread along the main road, more preffered for takeaways than eat-in.
Addicted to their Chicken shawarma, lebanese roll & falafel since they are filling, tasty, a total value for money. The place if full of firangi tourists, though this eatery continues to be unpretentious when they come.
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Zarir  - Burrp User


December 07,2006

Lebanese Delight

Lebanese Food ?? More like Indo-Lebanese Food ? CHECK
South Mumbai ?? CHECK
Reasonably Priced ?? Sorry.

Picadilly has been one of my preferred destinations in South Bombay for the last 5 years, mainly for their indianized version of Showarma.. Its quick, reasonably filling and well located to boot.
I personally recommend the Chicken Showarma or the Chicken Shahi Showarma here.

Pluses : Hygenic, Well located, typical Irani atmosphere, Good tasty food

Minuses: Poor service, Poor condition of eating area and preferential treatment (at any given time) to "Gori Chamdi"..
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Aditi lele

June 28,2012

Tiny Place, but good ambience

Tiny Place, but good ambiance.
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