No standardized glass size with emblem.
2 Menu cards. One inside, the other at the entrance.
Regular customers. Mostly stock brokers and South Indian bankers.
The mandatory calendar from the community group you find in old Mumbai establishments. In this case, the Bharatratna Kamraj Nadar Association.
And finally, a currency note that once passed through the hands of Mr Ramesh of SP Road, Bangalore.
These pictures are from the Anand Bhavan Hindu Hotel that probably does not add a huge real estate price to the bill like all other eateries in Mumbai. A thali lunch here costs just Rs. 35/-
As for the taste, it's the closest you can get to the taste of a standardised south in Mumbai. So, a South Indian will like it but it would taste a little bland for most Mumbaikars. For the general public, this review by Finely Chopped sums it up best.