The Best Fish in Mumbai
Everyone talks about the benefits of eating fish. Every dietician, nutritionist and health care specialist will tell you how beneficial fish is for you, especially if you’re on a mission to lose weight.
As a Punjabi meat lover, telling me I can eat fish when I am dieting is liking introducing a toddler to a candy store.
And now that I have moved to Mumbai, I am on a quest to find seafood joints where I can give in to my cravings without feeling guilty.
Cuisine: Konkani, Malvani, and Coastal seafood
A no frills place that has to be included in any every list of restaurants which serve excellent fish. A must visit for fish fans you want a varied array of dishes to choose from. Every bite you take is so full of flavor, that you feel like coming back every day.
You should definitely try: Basa Tandoori, Tandoori Crab, Pomfret capri,
Cost: Rs. 500/-
Location: Vile Parle
Opening Hours: 11:30 AM to 4 PM, 7 PM to 12 Midnight
Cuisine: Konkani Seafood
Konkani food is known for its tanginess and unapologetic spiciness, and the famous Konkan Café lets you get a taste of authentic Konkan dishes you may not get to taste everywhere. Located at the Taj President, Konkan Café can be called Chef Solomon’s baby. Their seafood thali is something every fish lover will drool over.
You should definitely try: Meen polichattu (fish in banana leaves); pomfret recheado
Cost: Rs 1250/-
Location: Taj President, Cuffe Parade
Opening Hours: 12:30 PM to 2:45 PM, 7 PM to 11:45 PM
Mahesh Lunch Home
Cuisine: Mangalorean Seafood
The spread at Mahesh Lunch Home is a culinary delight for every fish loving Mumbaikar. Located in Old Bombay Mahesh Food House is an iconic restaurant, once you look at the menu, your mouth will be watering and when you smell the beautiful aromas around, you will feel like ordering everything. You fish eating experience in Mumbai will not be complete without a visit to this famous seafood joint.
You should definitely try: Try their Rawas Tikki (marinated White salmon) and Tandoori Pomfret
Cost: Rs 150-475
Opening hours: 12 Noon to 4 PM, and 6 PM to 12 Midnight
Cuisine: Hyderabadi and Mangalorean seafood
This is a place you will never find empty. Fromm locals to tourists, everyone who visits the place becomes a fan. This place may not be easily locatable by a newcomer, but is definitely worth all the navigation. They serve fresh fish, and all the fish preparations on the menu- be it the Pomfret or the Crab are lip-smacking.
You should definitely try: Hydederabadi Pomfret
Cost: Rs 1300/-
Location: Kala Ghoda, Fort
Opening Hours: Noon–3:30 p.m., and 6:15 p.m.–12.30 a.m.
Cuisine: Goan seafood
Highway Gomantak at Bandra is perfect for a leisurely evening for seafood lovers. The very smell of their cooked with love meals will lead you to sit at one of their tables. Relish every bite of fish thali, and their very famous bombil fish fry. The food is delicious enough for anyone to be asking for more.
You should definitely try: tisrya masala, mori
Cost: Rs 300/-
Opening Hours: 11:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m., dinner: 7–10:30 p.m., Thursday closed.
Cuisine: Karwari and Goan seafood
This place is an absoulute delight for foodies who adore seafood. They serve authentic Goan Food that tease your taste buds. Though there are many Goan food joints, Fresh Catch is the perfect place for coastal cravings. The surmai and sukhe are packed with flavors and a must try. You just won’t stop salivating once you take a look at the fish they serve.
You should definitely try: Rava fried prawns, sukhe,
Cost: Rs 400/-
Opening Hours: 12 Noon to 3:30 PM, 7:30 PM to 11:30 PM
So, are you heading to eat the best fish in Mumbai?
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