Mumbai’s Iconic Ghetto-Themed Eatery In Mumbai Is A Decade Old!

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Iconic for the college crowd in the 90s, The Ghetto in Breach Candy is now over a decade old. 

What Is It?

One can find plenty of iconic eateries in Mumbai including Bademiyas, Kyani & Co, Radio Restaurant and Janata Bar, but this hidden iconic restaurant has to be the decade old The Ghetto in Breach Candy. If you were a college going kid back in the 90s and 00s, you would know exactly the hype we’re talking about! It was a popular hangout of the college students from Xavier’s, Sydenham, Jai Hind, and HR. Many Bollywood celebs would hang out here back in the day, and this was the only club that played rock music at that time.  The Ghetto was where the ‘cool’ kids would hangout during those days.

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Image by The Ghetto Zomato page

What’s In It?

The interiors are black-lit with scribbled and neon painted walls giving it a typical ‘ghetto feel’. A mural of Jim Morrisson is up on the wall beside an old pool table that’s never empty. The vibe is laid back with Metallica, U2, Linkin Park, Green Day and many more guitar solos playing in loud till today.

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Image by The Ghetto Zomato page

What To Eat?

Order your favourite appetizers like chicken stir fry, French Fries, onion rings, tangy sausages and more. There are grilled sandwiches, wraps, platters, pastas, pizzas, meals and sizzlers. The Ghetto boldly shows off its creation of the kheema pav, available in chicken, mutton, egg, soya, and paneer.

Deets

Address: The Ghetto, 30 B, Bhulabhai Desai Road, Breach Candy, Mumbai
Phone: 022 23538418
Approx cost: ₹1300 for two people

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Kritika Kukreja
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