Unlike the frankies and rolls available elsewhere, these ones make you yawp and even look for a partner in crime for their sheer size and quantity. Opened shop for the past 18 years by 54-year-old Mukesh Sajnani along with his younger brother Chandri Sajnani who have a thriving bakery on the side.

Pic/Amit Jadhav.

It’s only five to six years ago that the place has hoggers asking for combinations such as Chicken Junglee Roll (Rs 120) and Veg Manchurian (Rs 70) Roll. Name-calling challenges like Veg Khatta Meetha Cheese Paneer Mayo (Rs 150) and Chicken Thousand Island Mayo Cheese Paneer (Rs 170) are the breathing-while-eating dares.