8 Facts About 88-year-old Restaurant Where Mukesh Ambani Loves To Eat Every Week


8 facts about 88-year-old restaurant where Mukesh Ambani loves to eat every week


Mukesh Amabani's recent video of enjoying Mirchi Bhaji at Anna Sewa in Jamnagar during Anant Ambani and Radhika Merchant's pre-wedding celebration, reflects his true love for food. Here are some interesting facts about his favourite restaurant in Mumbai.


As per his interviews, he enjoyed food at Mumbai's Cafe Mysore between 1975 and 1979, which was during his college days, and till date, he loves ordering their idlis and dosas and visits the restaurant once a week to enjoy their South Indian delicacies.


As per the website, Café Mysore is the oldest restaurant in Mumbai for South Indian food.


Café Mysore was founded in 1936, and as per their website, the success of the restaurant is owed to co-founder Nagesh Rama Nayak.


Café Mysore is located at Durlabh Niwas, Dr Baba Saheb Ambedkar Road, Opp B.N. Maheshwari Udyan, Matunga East of Mumbai. It is operational from 8 am to 10 pm. And as per Google, it is functional 6 days a week and is closed every Wednesday.


The elaborate menu offers South Indian and North Indian, sandwiches, street food, desserts, and beverages. And as per their Instagram page, they have had over 1 crore footfalls served since 1936.


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As per the digital restaurant menu, they offer around 81 dosa varieties.


With a huge footfall on a daily basis, the digital restaurant option offers the service of order delivery in your vehicle too.