Enjoy Global Satvik Cuisine At This Restaurant On The Pure Grounds Of Juhu’s ISKCON Temple

by Vaishalee Kalvankar

Nothing on this earth can match the tranquillity and wave of devotion in the atmosphere of the ISKCON temple. The very minute you step inside, you tend to forget all your stress and simply dive into Krishna’s devotion. But have you been to their restaurant that offers Satvik food? Govinda’s Bistro is a restaurant with the most tranquil vibes and delicious food both together!

Govinda’s Bistro: Juhu’s ISKCON Temple

Govinda’s bistro is for sure an oasis of tranquillity where you sit back and relax while relishing some of the best and light dishes. Walk into the restaurant, and it welcomes you with the calmest and most soothing vibes. 

The interiors of the place are quite nice, with subtle tones used around. But the fun part is that the colour of the chairs here is quite fancy but does not take away the main message. The staff inside the bistro are super friendly and are also good at their service.

The large windows that offer a view of the bustling Mumbai streets look straight out of a movie and teleport you to a foreign land. If you listen closely, you will hear the chant of Hare Rama, Hare Krishna in the restaurant, which makes the vibes here so pure. 


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Satvik Cuisine, No Onion Or Garlic

Govinda’s Bistro is located right inside the Juhu ISKCON temple premises. They serve global Satvik cuisines with no onion or garlic in them. They also have a wide variety of options to choose from, including vegan and Jain. 

You can get all types of cuisine, like Italian, Chinese, Asian, and more, but all in a Satvik style. If you think Satvik food has barely any options, visit this restaurant in Juhu. From salads to pizzas, and from jackfruit burgers to dim sum, this place has it all. 

And if you think that’s it, they also serve various milkshakes and mocktails, which are a huge hit. The staff here are friendly and are all wearing the same uniform, which is a kurta with a jacket over it. They all sport the beautiful Hare Rama, Hare Krishna tikka on their foreheads. 


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Where:  ISKCON Temple, Hare Krishna Land, Sainath Nagar, MHADA Colony, Juhu

When: 7am-10pm

Cost for 2: ₹1,000

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