Dobaara in Lower Parel is a restaurant where the deaf and the mute staff serve the meal!

Call your server in sign language and enjoy a happy meal at this newly opened restaurant in Lower Parel that has deaf and mute people as its staff. 

Dig into Italian, Asian, Indian, and Mexican cuisine at Dobaara in Lower Parel, which offers delicious food inside a heartwarming ambience. This restaurant has a cheerful vibe with a very adorable deaf and mute staff who’ll greet you with an ear-to-ear smile. We recently were invited to this place for a scrumptious lunch, and the experience was so relaxing and filling that we wouldn’t mind going there, Dobaara. Keep reading to know how was our experience at this place.

A restaurant with deaf and mute staff

Dobaara welcomes you with its spacious interior, airy ambience, and aesthetic and vintage white decor. As soon as you choose a spot to sit, one of the servers will greet you with a smile while the manager will tell you the particular gesture by which you could call the server when needed.

Let the food do the talking

For the appetizers, we ordered Fried Cheese Balls with cheesy fries and Paneer Achaari. The first one was an absolute cheesy delight with a crunchy exterior, while the latter was a tangy bite, and we loved how soft the paneer was. We also sipped on their signature watermelon mojito and Litchi dragon fruit juice. This mocktail duo was a treat as the weather was pretty humid.

For the main course, we devoured the lip-smacking Teriyaki Sauce and stir-fried veggies with Blue Rice. The texture, colour, flavours, and everything else were on point. We loved how this blue beauty looked and tasted so good. The Pides at Dobaara are also something you shouldn’t miss as they are loaded, saucy, and gooey. 3 Mushroom Spinach Pide is what we suggest as it was a chef’s kiss.

What Else?

The desserts are worth-trying, and the chocolate cheesecake with vanilla ice cream was something we fell in love with. This wasn’t very sweet, and these were a delight for people like us who prefer less sugar in their meethas. The highlight of this dessert was the topping of the 18k gold foil, which looked absolutely gorgeous. The food at Dobaara was so good that we even packed a few dishes for home.

The courteous staff ensured that our experience was great and comforting with their quick service and lovely gestures. Local Samosa gives Dobaara in Lower Parel a 9/10 for the epic food, fantastic service, and overall vibe. So, do plan a visit, enjoy the food and have a conversation in sign language with the staff!

Where: 1-4, Second Floor, Block 1, Phoenix Palladium Mall, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel, Mumbai.
When:
12noon – 1 am 
Price for two:
Rs.700, approximately

Also Read: Terrisinne in Pune is the first restaurant that is run by a deaf and mute, specially-abled staff!

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