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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). 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). Many think that this is a Maharashtrian joint, but it is actually typically Mangalorean seafood that is their strong point.
Visited the place during their annual crab festival. The ambience was quite appealing with all crab props everywhere. They showcase their catch right in the waiting area. There were fresh crabs and the size of the crabs was massive! Its a seafood paradise for all the seafood lovers. The staff was very welcoming. A perfect place for family dinners. We digged in to the special crab menu and ordered Crabs Maryland and Seafood combination soup. Crab one was on the bland side while the Seafood combination soup was full of flavours. In starters we had 1. Kitam Bunkas(crab meat) 2. Roasted Basa. Kitam Bunkas was a great combination of fresh crab meat and spiced flavours whereas roasted basa was tender and crunchy onion brista just added to it's taste. We preferred to stick to seafood for our main course with 1. Crabs malvani masala 2. Fish malipuram Undoubtedly, the crabs curry had an authentic malvani coconut taste with a tangy and spicy touch to it where as fish malipuram had more of fresh coriander touch to it, both tasted delicious with their fresh hot rotis, neer dosa and Appams. Would highly recommend to try the malvani masala with the Appams. To finish the meal we ordered 1. Gulab jamun 2. Caramel custard for dessert, the gulab jamun was delicious and soft whereas the caramel custard lacked sweetness. On and on, the entire dinner experience was good but the service was a bit slow maybe due to it's high footfall. Overall Experience: Ambience: 4/5 Food: 4.5/5 Service: 3/5 Value for money: 4.5/5
Mahesh lunch home There are many restaurants which are solely dedicated to seafood lovers... Bt this restaurant is quite and extensive menu for the seafood lovers.service is really good.. #starters Prawns koliwada Shola kebab Crab butter paper garlic Surmai tawa fry Surmai tawa fry had a coating of various spices and was done very well.fish was tasted awesome.crab was my favourite and must try it.it had a very rich flavor of garlic in it and tasted better. Shola kebab was a chicken pieces marinated in a various spices.. #maincourse Veg mallipuram Chicken butter The fish mallipuram is a south Indian dish. had a Green gravy and a fish is delicious .the butter chicken is not ur traditional chicken but it was very spicy... They had done in very different style... It is not u get in north Indian restaurant.. #Desserts Coconut paysum Gulab Jamun Paysum was my favorite it had coconut Malai in it..the paysum tasted really delicious..and gulab Jamun is mine favorite were served 🔥 hot.. I must recommend this place..
If you love seafood, you can't go wrong with Mahesh Lunch Home. It is much loved and written about when it comes to seafood and it lives up to the hype. Absolutely loved crab and butter garlic prawns here
We visited this hotel for dinner . So many sea food available with different dishes . Food quality was very nice & tasty.
We went for dinner this hotel . The place is good for sea food . So many fish items are available . Crabs are must try this place.The quality & taste of food was nice.
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.