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The décor here might be simple and sans frills, but the food is the mainstay, and that is how this restaurant has been ever since its inception in 1977. Fresh and the best quality seafood in myriad preparations, is what you can hope to enjoy here. The menu boasts of various sections with offerings in seafood, chicken and mutton but of course, seafood, particularly Mangalorean preparations, is what people frequent this place for. Interestingly, there are Chinese dishes on the menu too. The distinct flavours of each dish set it apart, as do the home-style cooking methods. One cannot leave this place without trying the Fish Tawa Fry. Crabs or Lobsters in Butter Pepper Garlic is again a signature dish here. The ‘biryani’ section of the menu is impressive with several options, but the one not-to-be-missed is the Mutton Hyderabadi Biryani. The robust and rustic flavours of the well-marinated mutton make this dish unique. Vegetarians may be at a bit of a loss here, although there is a fair amount to choose from. The bartenders offer exciting cocktails too. The staff is polite and attentive and the service brisk.
We came here for lunch on a recommendation from a local and were blown away by how amazing the food was. The menu here is HUGE and reasonably priced considering the quality of the food and the ambiance. We were a group of 7 and did not have to wait. The service was spectacular. I ordered the rawas kalimiri, which was Indian salmon cooked in some coconut gravy (775 rupees). I didn't know what I was getting myself into since I had no clue what it was. I was reassured by the fact that the fish was boiled and not fried. They served peanuts while you waited for your food. My dish was pretty good. The portions were average and I indulged in a little steamed rice and cheese naan with it. I had a taste of some curries and they were delicious. The green curry was very spicy. There was a red prawn malabar curry that was very tasty. It was Thai. They served Seafood, Indian, Thai, Chinese, and Continental cuisine. The steamed vegetables were just ok (375 rupees). Overall, this was a great restaurant and highly recommended if you're in Juhu.
It was a nice hotel . The staff is very friendly. We went as a family trip and really enjoyed it. The food is also good.
Mahesh lunch home is one of the best in the city. The place offers all sort of cuisines with best kind of sea food. The lobster and the bombyl fish fry was the best. We loved the place and loved the food.
Good food can be found here at a very reasonable rate too. The food is of good quality and ample to pick from the menu
Visited Mahesh Lunch home for lunch one of the afternoons after hearing a lot about it. Being a vegetarian, though you cant be into seafood, you could always try the Asian food. However, the food was not as expected and we were left disappointed with the taste.
Mumbai is a city that is abundantly rich in seafood, often prepared with spicy tangy regional spices inspired from several Maharashtrian households. If you have a craving for Mumbai’s regional cuisine, then the city will have so much to offer gastronomically. There are numerous good restaurants tucked in various corners of the city specializing in the local flavour and when talking about regional delights one can’t help but mention the famous ‘Mahesh Lunch Home’. The culinary brand is legendary in Mumbai’s culinary circle and there are several outlets of Mahesh Lunch Home nestled in various corners of the city. The one in Fort area is a popular one as the restaurant is roomy and keeps a very impressive regional menu. Find the outlet presiding on Cawasji Patel Street in Fort Mumbai.
The menu of Mahesh Lunch Home is its key strength, featuring a delightful plethora of spectacular regional cuisine. You will find the menu encompassing North Indian, Chinese and Mangalorean cuisines excellently but the superstar of the menu is still the seafood fare which you should definitely indulge in. For pretty modest prices one can have a lavish lunch at iconic Mahesh Lunch Home. Being one of the oldest lunch homes in Mumbai, the menu is bound to be extensive starting off with, squid koliwada, Malabar pomfret tikka, hara bhara kebab, lady fish tandoori, gobhi lollypop, lobster tandoori, sarson wali crab, paneer takatak, rawas tandoori, maske ka kekda, machchi tandoor ki shaan, paneer in butter pepper garlic and podi masala crab. Dig in further with, Kerala seafood stew, crab hyderabadi salan, squid rings, pomfret green masala, clams sukha, basa tawa fry, prawns Balti, squid ghee roast and fish vijaywada curry.
Enjoy the curries the way it should be enjoyed, with an assortment of biryanis or traditional kheema naan. The menu at Mahesh Lunch Home is quite extensive and wonderfully varied. You get to sample a diverse range of seafood prepared in numerous regional ways. Mahesh Lunch Home is the ideal place to start your Mumbai’s food walk. Interiors of Mahesh Lunch Home is fancy and stylish. Modern plush furnishings are included to add comfort in style. Large aquarium walls are a charming addition to the dining space and kids find a lot of fascination following the fishes during the meal. Décor is contemporary, elegant, tasteful and intimate. Lighting is kept low.