After Inorbit mall and Oberoi mall , Infinity mall at Andheri (should I say Versova or Lokhandwala?) is my next favorite place to shop. I know lots of people hate malls, but for a shopaholic like me, a mall is a convenient place to get all my shopping of our reviewers recommend us done quickly (or leisurely) and efficiently. While this mall isnt as huge as some other malls, it scores high with me because it has Landmark and Westside and even Cinemax and its lovely "Red Lounge" with recliner seats that make even the a bad movie (like Hot Tub Time Machine ) seem fun and makes a fun movie (like Zombieland ) even better. Ill go over each floor and focus on my favorite stores. The ground floor has Westside , which has some really cute t-shirts, silver jewelry, and home of our reviewers recommend us accessories. You get some really good deals at this store during their sales. There are also other stores like Remanika, Provogue, Wills Lifestyle and many others, I just cant remember all their names. The ground floor also has stores like Watches and More (amazing deals on watches and jewelry), Hoop (beautiful silver jewelry), then theres Biba and other Indian-wear outlets. Theres also usually some event happening in the ground floor foyer, which tends to get really loud with loudspeakers blaring. The first floor has Adidas, Levis, Reebok, Mochi, and Catwalk and the other floor of Westside , where youll find menswear, kidswear, toys, home accessories, and even some furniture. Theres also a small spa here, where they give foot massages. Its new and its called Sabai Foot Spa , I think. I havent tried it out (Im really ticklish, Ill end up kicking the massage therapist and be banned from the entire mall for life of our reviewers recommend us) but my friend swears by it. The first floor also has a Food Bazaar , where you can stock up on your weeks groceries and veggies and bread and fruit and what not. The second floor has the food court with kiosks like Subway, Santiagos (amazing pizza, get a slice and make sure its hot) , Malgudi, Amore (my favorite place for gelato, you have to try their blueberry yogurt) , Cafe Coffee Day, Kailash Parbat, American Donuts (as good as Mad Over Donuts, just not as many options), and many more, and also a few restaurants, like TGIF (yummy macaroni and cheese, fajitas, and amazing deals at happy hours) and some thali place, called Panchvati Gaurav or something. The second floor also boasts of Landmark , the best bookstore ever (although the one at Phoenix Mills is bigger and better). Theres also a play area with rides for kids. Parents can choose to rent out the entire area and throw birthday parties there. And apparently, some of the food kiosks provide meal deals for kiddie parties. The only problem is that these parties get obnoxiously loud and other people at the food court suffer. Besides the food and the play area, you can also access Cinemax from this floor, or else theres a separate entrance to the theater from outside the mall. Both the ground floor entrance and the second floor have the box office, so you can buy your tickets at either place. The third floor is where youll be let out when you leave a movie. This floor also has a huge area with games like air hockey, foosball, bumper cars and what not - another place that kids love (and is as loud as the area on the second floor). The home decor and stationary store Tresorie also has a huge outlet on this floor. Ive picked up several beautiful photo frames, handmade paper, coasters, candles, and other knick-knacks here - usually when the sale is on :) Infinity mall has two levels of basement parking and some parking space at the ground level, outside the mall. Parking costs 30 bucks and can be redeemed at Food Bazaar . They do a security check, where they check the car of our reviewers recommend uss trunk and even the glove compartment. At the elevators in the basement, they even go through your bag. If you enter from the main entrance, and not the car park, the bags go through a scanner. And I have to say the parking attendants in the basement are really helpful, theyll direct you to the spots closest to the elevator and even help you park... like they always tell me to stop, just before I ram into the car behind while reversing :) Accessibility in the mall is pretty good. And even though its not too large, you wont feel claustrophobic. There are two elevators in the main mall (where you cant take a trolley) and there are two service of our reviewers recommend us elevators tucked away behind (in case you want to take your trolley laden with groceries from Food Bazaar down to the parking lot). There are also escalators and Im still to find the stairs. There are relatively clean bathrooms on every floor. The washbasins have sensors, so theres no water wastage. After all the good, here are some things I dont like about Infinity: the parking just isnt enough . If you go in the morning, youll get parking easily. But evenings mean waiting in line in the car, sometimes for over fifteen minutes (especially when there are sales going on everywhere). They dont even have the option of paying extra for valet parking like other malls do. And I dont particularly love their food court , but with so many other restaurants right next to and across the street from the mall this isnt a huge concern. It would be nice if they added a better coffee shop than CCD though, maybe a Costa or Barista . But other than this, Infinity is a lovely place to shop and grab a bite. While I tried to remember everything, Im sure Ive forgotten to mention many of its outlets - specially the ones that dont interest me like the electronics and card of our reviewers recommend us shops (now that I think of it, theres a Vijay Sales and Archies Gallery on the first floor). So really this review isnt doing justice to the mall, you have to go there to experience of our reviewers recommend us its awesomeness yourself!