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Mahesh Lunch Home in Mumbai is one of those places that brings seafood to your table and asks you to make choice. But it depends on what you ask for. It is known for its seafood and so you will see from its menu. While some of the dishes are on standard pricing, most of them are as per size and so be prepared to shell out a sizable sum for seafood that you want. The menu offers several ways in which the dishes can be prepared – Mangalorean, Malvani, Kundapur, Goan and more. You have all the standard fried versions of fish that you can expect – from naked fries to rava to masala. The same applies to the gravies available. You can begin your meal with the 'Squid Butter Pepper Garlic'. The generous bits of crispy roasted garlic is what makes this divine. The 'Clams Sukka Mangalore style' – there is a Malvani style too – has a mild touch to the spice and is brilliant to scoop and eat. You can go with a fiery 'Pomfret Curry' and 'Steamed Rice'. Or you could go with the 'Neer Dosa' and 'Chicken Ghee Roast'. Be warned, the masala base for the version here is quite spicy. If you feel the spice getting to you, the 'Sol Kadi' is a great drink to accompany it. Of course, you can choose to go with a beer like most of us would. Desserts are a basic few with 'Gulab Jamun' and 'Tender Coconut Payasam' being good choices.
This Bangalore outlet of famed Mahesh Lunch Home of Mumbai is one of my favourite coastal food destination in the heart of the city. Yesterday I was here again with few dear friends. Their chicken ghee roast , prawn gasssi and other coastal delicacy are absolutely sumptuous with the neer Dosa and rice. Yes we did order Appam too. The mangalorean style Kane fish curry was simple delicious. For those who want to try best of everything , They also have lunch thali. Next time , I’m going to try their seafood thali priced at ₹499 ++
This is a place that caters to ex pats and avoidable. For less than a quarter of this cost, there are restaurants close by that serve same food and alchohol at lower prices. Pls avoid visiting here...
If you are from Mumbai, then this brand doesn't need an introduction. Mahesh lunch home has entrenched it's reputation as one of the best seafood restaurants in the city of Mumbai. Now it has extended its business to Bengaluru with a spacious outlet located near Richmond circle. This restaurant has pretty good seating capacity with fine dining ambiance. I was there with a group of food admirers to relish their seafood. I have started my meal with a chicken soup. The consistency of the soup was thick with sufficient amount of chicken pieces and tasted absolutely delicious. Paneer tikka looked very spicy but tasted normal. I liked the taste of butter garlic prawns but garlic was a bit more. Salmon tikka was on the the starters that you must try. Salmon was cooked to perfection with adequate amount of masala and tasted delectable. Vijayawada curry is something I have never tried before. But that's like any other normal fish curry with a bit of extra spice. Thai green curry wasn't upto the mark tasted pretty average. Appam tasted good with all the gravies on the table especially with chicken kurma which is a top notch . Ghee roast chicken is something I didn't like as it lacked the flavour of ghee. Coming to desserts, kulfi was again just average. Tender coconut payasam was really good and a must try. The behaviour of staff was not really polite. Perhaps, management should train their staff on how to behave with customers.
Mahesh Lunch Home 23rd July 2019 The Review Mahesh Lunch home, a casual dining restaurant in Residency Road, Bangalore is one of the few food outlets which serves Table D'hote menu. We went there for dinner hoping to spend some good time but in the end the experience wasn't what we expected. As soon as we entered Mahesh Lunch Home, we were welcomed and escorted to our seats. The host showed us the menu which had names of the dishes but n description. On top of that, the server was also not able to explain any of the dishes. For example, when we asked about the mocktail menu, he didn't show us. Instead he gave us the names of a few which he could recall. Mahesh Lunch home being a popular food outlet was not expected to be unprofessional like this. While the service was poor, the food and beverages were actually good in terms of taste and quantity. However, the garnishing could have been better. For instance, they should have de-seeded the cherries before using it as garnish in the mocktail. The soups served were pretty amazing. The Manchow soup served with crispy noodles enhanced the experience of the soup. The Seafood soup was loaded with prawns and fishes which enhanced its taste to a whole new level. The appetizers Salmon Tikka and Raseela Kebabs lacked any garnishing and the Raseela Kebabs were garnished with processed cheese. I have never ever seen processed cheese being used as garnish on a Tandoori dish. Taste wise, both the appetizers were pretty decent. The juiciness of the fish paired with the flavor was simply exhilarating. For main course, we had an option of Chicken and Seafood dishes. We asked for Chicken Ghee roast and Prawn Gassi. Although the Chicken ghee roast tasted good, its presentation wasn't appealing. The ghee roast was directly dumped on the platter with hardly any garnishing. It was like the chef wants us to be gone. Additionally, the chicken was overcooked and had no flavor at all. Coming to Prawn Gassi, the taste and quantity was good but this also lacked any garnish. For desserts, we ordered Coconut Payasam and Badami Kulfi. The Coconut payasam tasted good in spite of the coconut milk slightly dominating the flavor. The Badami kulfi however was an utter disappointment. It neither tasted good nor was it presented well. I felt like I had never seen so much PAIN on a plate. We didn't eat the kulfi. We just couldn't. Anyways, like I mentioned, it was a mixed experience. There were things to appreciate and but then lots to improve. The restaurant team can do much more to ensure that the service staff are trained to improve their food & beverage knowledge and service skills. Overall I would say that the taste of the food and beverages served was decent but the chefs need to work a lot on the presentation and service skills. After all, as they say "The EYES that Eats first".
Its been so long that i didn't tried any seafood speciality restaurant.Visited here last week with my friend.We got a warm welcome from the Management ,especially Anand took care during our visit.Ambiance is good and dim lighting is used in some places. Started with Seafood combination soup ,which is prepared using fish and prawns.It was a great start.Next we tried Basa Fish Fry,well fried basa fish after a long time..Its a must try here.We tried Chicken Ghee Roast and it could have been little more better .Then we moved to appam & vijayawada fish curry(pomfret) again nothing much to say it was well cooked one ,that taste was relishing. Neer dosa tried with Mallipuram Chicken ,the best i tried here.Chicken semi gravy prepared using coconut water and spices.It was so heavy so we ended up with Gulab Jamun . It was a good experience and had good seadfood here after longtime.Good place for seafood lovers. Ambience:5/5 Food:4.5/5 Service:5/5 VFM:4/5
Bengaluru has finally gained an outlet of the infamous ‘Mahesh Lunch Home’ from Mumbai. This very popular restaurant chain has several outlets all over Mumbai and now after waiting for its turn with anticipation, Bengaluru too has been fortunate enough to bag an outlet. The name Mahesh Lunch Home has been an essential part of Mumbai’s gastronomy and is the first place one usually head to for a spread of scrumptious local fare. Bengaluru has gained one more attraction in the form of this gastronomy landmark. You can also see for yourself what the fuss is all about by driving down to Cears Plaza Building, just opposite Bengaluru Club on Residency Road, where Mahesh Lunch Home is located. If you’re feeling a bit lazy, worry not, for you can get the food delivered right up to your doorstep.
When one mentions the name Mahesh Lunch Home, the other hears seafood. Over the past decade the restaurant name has become synonymous with great seafood in Mumbai and goes onto spread the same culinary magic in the heart of Bengaluru. A wide variety of seafood awaits you out here, coming from the sea every day. It is then cooked in various styles, Mangalorean, North Indian, Chinese, to give it that much needed oomph. Give the bar menu a miss and start digging into the menu with a sole kadi. Pair it off with, barbeque garlic crab, char mullah prawns, stuffed pomfret, chicken pahadi, paneer tikka and fish chilly basil. When it comes to curries stick with, fish Balti surmai, Vijayawada curry, ceyloni curry, crab tomato curry, garlic squid with chilli basil, butter chicken, lobster lajawab and pomfret Thai curry.
Vegetarians are taken care off too through a decadent range of appetizers and curries. Its time for the dessert course next, which lets you sample a drool-worthy array of sweet dishes such as, malai kulfi, baked blueberry cheese cake, tender coconut payasam, chocolate cranberry mousse, caramel custard and gulab jamun. Mahesh Lunch Home offers its diners a pretty spacious seating formally designed in the tones of deep red and brown. The room is smartly furnished along the modern lines and gives a welcoming appeal to its patrons. There is plenty of space to sit and each table is placed in such a way to accord privacy. Menu is only marginally pricey, a blessing for large families.