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Ghat ke Oopar!

Ghatkopar is a warm suburban neighborhood in Eastern Mumbai. Popular theories, that point at why Ghatkopar’s called Ghatkopar, condense into two main possibilities. It is either a derivative of Ghat-Kopara ( Kopara is the Marathi word for corner) because it’s at the corner of the Western Ghats, or it is a derivative of Ghat-Ke-Oopar (that’s above the hill).

  • Things to look forward
    • Vishesh
    • Male
    • Student
    6.0

    Reviewed 2 years, 1 months, 4 days ago

    I'm a student and have been living here for the past 1 year. It's the Vegetarian part of Mumbai. The surroundings are very peaceful. Spring blossoms, CCD, etc. are places to hang out. Though not many non-veg restaurants are around. The transportation is good too.

    • Vijal
    • Female
    • Working
    9.0

    Reviewed 2 years, 1 months, 4 days ago

    I'm working with a CA firm and lived here for more than 5 years of studies. I like the food and the people of this place. You can get everything to eat around this place; from roadside franky to Pizza and from Gurukripa to Domino's. Commute options are good as well.

  • Not so good things
    • Purva
    • Female
    • Student
    3.0

    Reviewed 2 years, 1 months, 4 days ago

    I came here for my MBA program at SIMSR and have been living here for past 1 year. I like the food outlets at Khau Gali. The place is a Gujju Chamber. There is an absence of upstream pubs and discs. The transportation is average.

    • Minoti
    • Female
    • Student
    3.0

    Reviewed 2 years, 1 months, 4 days ago

    I'm studying at SIMSR, Vidyavihar and have been living here for over an year. It's dominated by Gujarati community and hence there are no non-veg food joints. Though Khau Gali is there that only serves dosas. The commute facilities are average.

  • Expect to find
    • Minni
    • Female
    • Student
    6.0

    Reviewed 2 years, 1 months, 30 days ago

    I’m a student of K J SIMSR, PGDM and have been living for 2 years. I enjoy going out. It’s easy to commute. There are a few hangout places and good options for vegetarian. It’s a decent place if your expectations aren’t too high.

    • Mohammed
    • Male
    • Student
    7.0

    Reviewed 2 years, 1 months, 6 days ago

    I'm living here for the past 1 year as a student of K J Somaiya Institute of Management Studies. There are two things about the place that I like. One, the easy availability of daily needs and two, very cheap rate of alphonso mango in the market. You can hang out at places such as Banana Leaf, Phoenix Market City in Kurka and R City in Ghatkopar which is just 3-4 km away. Though there are no good non-veg places to eat. It's Mumbai, so commuting is no problem at all. One of the best things about Mumbai as whole - cheap and many options of transport. Ghatkopar - vegetarians paradise but non -eggies nightmare (Hell)!

In & Around

If good food is quintessential to your living, Ghatkopar will not disappoint. Both Ghatkopar East and West have fun spaces. The Lemor coffee shop on Link Road is very enticing. There are a bunch of great restaurants like the Little Italy (MG Road) and Banana Leaf (MG Road). Over eating is only inevitable here.

Meet Nirav!

Ghatkopar, Mumbai

I had been living there for 1.5 year. I had been working as a service engineer at KECI and I really loved the morning and evening jogging around my place.

 


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  • Dhrumil
  • Male
  • Student
10.0

Reviewed 2 years, 0 months, 19 days ago

Everything in this area is easily available and it makes living here very easy.


  • Minoti
  • Female
  • Student
3.0

Reviewed 2 years, 1 months, 4 days ago

I'm studying at SIMSR, Vidyavihar and have been living here for over an year. It's dominated by Gujarati community and hence there are no non-veg food joints. Though Khau Gali is there that only serves dosas. The commute facilities are average.

  • Sanjay
  • Male
  • Student
6.0

Reviewed 2 years, 1 months, 4 days ago

I'm a student and have been living here for the past 1 year. I like the campus of my college, KJ Somaiya. Khau Gali and Oye Kaka are places to hang out. Though the crowd is not good. Commuting is easy. It's the best place for a Gujarati!