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This seafood restaurant and bar is popular with families and corporates alike. The décor is simple and staid, but the ambience is relaxed. The buffets here for lunch and dinner, are the key attraction. There is an exhaustive a la carte menu too, apart from a bar menu. Seafood is the raison d’etre for people to visit his place, yet, there is North Indian and Chinese food on the menu too. The buffet spread is lavish, but the fare is run-of-the-mill, save a few seafood dishes - squids, fish, prawns, which are of a good quality. The a la carte offerings include seafood, chicken, mutton for carnivores and some vegetarian dishes too. But clearly, this place is meant for non-vegetarians. The tuna fish salad is well-made and hearty. The 'Mongolian seafood Soup' is a good bet. The 'Surmai Tawa Fry', 'Prawns Malwani Sukke', 'Karaikhodi Fish', stand out among starters. For mains, try the 'Prawns Gassi' or 'Squid Masala with Appams'. The staff here is inattentive, slow and the food takes forever to arrive Ask for regular packaged water instead of the fancy mineral water bottle placed on your table. The buffets here are value-for-money.
If you are a seafood lover, this place is a paradise for you. As the name suggests, the restaurant is well-known for offering a wide assortment of seafood to the guests. Although you can find North Indian and Chinese dishes too on the menu, yet seafood remains to be the primary attraction for visiting the restaurant.
Located within the precincts of The International by Tunga in Andheri East, Mumbai, this restaurant serves a luxurious lunch and dinner buffet. You can also opt to order a la carte. The interiors of the place are elegantly done and impart a sophisticated vibe. The dining area is very spacious and fitted with comfortable chairs and couches. There is a fully stocked-up bar that serves almost all kinds of liquors.
The non-drinkers can start off their meal with the delish range of soups. Some of the star seafood dishes on the menu include Lobster Goan Masala, Saute Chicken with Dry Red Chilly, Prawns Pickle Curry, Anardana Jhinga, Squid Masala, Crab Masala, Fish Steak, and Teseryo Koshimbir. The fragrant Fish Biryani is worth trying. Besides, the Barbeque Chicken Fried Rice and Veg Burnt Garlic Fried Rice are other good options in rice.
Although there are more options for non-vegetarians, the vegetarians can delight themselves with dishes like Kaju Kothambir Vadi, Laal Mirch Ka Paneer, Kung Pao Potato, Kadahi Paneer, Veg Alleppey Curry and Methi Malai Mushroom Mattar. From the desserts section, items like Blue Berry Cheese Cake, Hazelnut Mousse and Tiramisu Italiano are simply divine.
The buffet at the restaurant is available at highly competitive prices. On weekdays, the lunch buffet can be availed for INR 830/- for non-vegetarian and INR 730/- for vegetarian.
The staff at the restaurant is very pleasant and welcoming. From helping you find the right table to guiding you through the extensive menu choices, they take care of every small need of the guests. The place is perfect for a cosy dinner scene with family. It is also a great place to catch up with friends over some delicious cocktails. But make sure to book your table in advance to avoid last minute hassles.