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As far as restaurant institutions go, the humble Mahesh Lunch Home is a big one. The original outlet is in Fort, but it has, since then, opened other outlets in the city. The speciality of this restaurant is, of course, their abundant seafood. The exciting part is that if you wish to eat crabs, they will bring you live ones and let you choose the one you want to eat (which is a big hit with children). Butter garlic crabs and prawn koliwada are some of their popular dishes. Seafood is pricy and what was once a humble affordable joint is now a flourishing tourist attraction and can get a little heavy on the pocket (depending on what you order).
This eatery deserves the hype it gets. Outstanding seafood cooked to perfection. The calamari, shrimps, crabs, malabar curry, Bombay duck, tandoori pomfret were all superb. Ended up eating way too much. Service is not bad. Certain things are pricey but the total bill amount added up to 130$ for 4(without alcohol) which seemed reasonable. Definitely worth visiting.
One of the best joints for sea food in Mumbai. Name could be a bit old fashioned but this place is buzzing with activity even at 2-3 am. Do book a table, if they have this option as you may have a long wait. Crab, Lobsters, though a little expensive are really good.
Located at Juhu, Mahesh Lunch Home has been a place I have been longing to visit for a good number of reasons. First off their multiple cuisine menu is what had my attention. From North Indian dishes to Chinese and even Manglorian. With a spectacular and comfortable ambience, the place boasts of its relishing sea food as well. Their humongous aquarium is yet another attraction you can't miss. Known for it’s sea food speciality, I immediately opted for the Sukha Prawns that was beyond what I had expected. A must try especially since they ace at sea food dishes! The butter chicken and naan I'd had was a delight to the palate with adequate quantity of succulent chicken pieces savored with hot naans. Complimenting my meal was the water melon mojito that fellas was refreshing! For dessert the gulab jamun they had was on point I must say! The staff here were really great thanks to whom I enjoyed a lovely meal. A great outlet for casual dining with friends and Family.
good place to go if you have seafood craving ..we ordered a platter and it had almost everything that the sea has to offer. staff is courteous and helped us in choosing menu. will recommend this place for family and friends.
Located near CIDCO, a place for seafood lovers, Mahesh lunch home is there to fulfill your seafood cravings. Serving variety in seafood is their specialty, but they have a beautiful hand over chicken dishes too. Tried their mocktails like cucumber fizzy, Italian kiss and peach delight. These were invigorating. The seafood combination soup was spicy and packed with flavours. Prawns Butter Pepper Garlic were lip-smacking. My personal favorite was the Roasted Basa. This was something I would eat again and again and again. It was simply delicious. Tried a Chinese starter, crispy chicken, better than the one you get at Chinese restaurants. For mains, all time favorite prawns gassi and neer dosa. These are the fixed dishes that I order if I find them in the menu. Besides this, I even ordered for butter chicken because it was suggested to me by a friend, so thought of giving it a try. Butter chicken was beautiful. I would really say that besides seafood, chicken is also their speciality. A meal never ends without having desserts. The classic caramel custard and tender coconut payassam. Tender coconut payassam is their in house speciality. The overall experience was great and really loved their food quality. Thank you for hosting us.
Gastronomy of Mumbai is varied and colourful one, highly influenced by the coastal belt on which the city is perched. The city is a melting pot of cultures and in courtesy to that it has gained a diverse range of cuisine palette. But the heart of the city still beats Maharashtrian. Regional food is one of the reasons why the city is so famous and your visit to Mumbai is incomplete without you sampling some of their classic regional fare. Give those fancy places a skip and dive into the true essence of the city by opting to lunch at those wonderful lunch homes tucked into various corners of Mumbai. One of the popular names when it comes to lunch homes is ‘Mahesh Lunch Home’, a chain of popular good-looking lunch homes dotted all over the map.
Those in vicinity of Juhu should book a table at Mahesh Lunch Home, which is located at Kings Apartment on Juhu Tara Road. Mahesh Lunch Home may seem like a typical Maharashtrian joint but you should watch out for their Mangalorean fare, which is simply lip-smacking. The speciality of the restaurant is of course, seafood. They bring live crustaceans to your table for you to pick your meal, a fun practice with kids as well as adults. Start with, kandhari kebab, barbeque garlic crab, chilli basil lobster, Thai chilli basa, stuffed baked crab, Balinese chilli squid, fish fry, Bombay duck fry and chicken raseela kebab. Move on to, Mangalorean gassi pomfret, Malabar crab curry, Balti fish, clams kushameer, seafood Thai curry, grilled fish with lemon butter sauce, Kerala mutton stew, Balti chicken and kaju masala.
The variety is exhaustive and each catch comes with a multitude of curry choices. The best way to enjoy the seafood is with the help of a flaky flatbread or a bowl of aromatic rice. Finish on a strong sweet note with some delectable desserts. Lick clean a bowl of tender coconut payasam or caramel custard. Interiors at Mahesh Lunch Home is formal and elegant. Beige wallpapered walls envelopes the room uplifted by deep rust coloured chairs and a string of toy crabs. There is plenty of space to sit even if you are part of a large dinner party. A fish tank meets your eye as you step towards the next level, a hit with the kids. The place is not too expensive, which is a blessing.