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Jun
10

Bar Review: Laxmi (Andheri East)

Among 24-hour cockroach bars and shady places on AK Road, Andheri East, is a bar called Laxmi. Another decent bar on the same road is Maharaja, but Laxmi has a warmer vibe. There are many places with Laxmi in their name, Laxmi Palace, Laxmi Punjab, Laxmi Aero Punjab, something else called LP; some of these are places you can drink at all night long, the others are seriously shady places, so be careful what you’re walking into. This is what the restaurant & bar I’m talking about looks like.

What we usually drink here is McDowell’s Single Malt, a truly unique whisky. It has a strong oaky flavour that I can recognize even after drinking several pegs of any other whisky/whiskey. If you’re trying it for the first time, have it on the rocks or with water. Okay, back to Laxmi Restaurant & Bar.

The vegetarian starters at Laxmi are what we keep going back for. We discovered Paneer Cham Cham (minced veggies between layers of cheese in corn flour coating), a light and tasty snack. The Non-Veg Platter (assorted chicken kababs) and Prawns Tawa Fry are no match for the vegetarian starters.

This green dish is Vegetable Sagoti, a medium-spicy garlicky delight!

Check out the 24-hour bars around if you want to eat/drink/smoke after 1:30 a.m.


13 Responses to “Bar Review: Laxmi (Andheri East)”


  1. 1 Sonal
    June 21, 2010 at 11:50

    there is bengali sweet dish called cham cham!

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  2. 2 shukan
    June 22, 2010 at 06:14

    yknow wat, the bar scene is rocking in mumbai and pune!!!!!!

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  3. 3 marathi_babe_80
    June 22, 2010 at 12:52

    i dont mind eatin veg but i’ll neva go 2 this bar

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    February 22, 2011 at 04:31

    Kuch karo? Something need to be done . These people think they are the ruler.

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