-By Rashmi Uday Singh
Nudged into the traffic-choked, belly button of South Mumbai's business district is this hugely popular coastal fare eatery. Skip the Chinese and Punjabi menus and you'll be happy you walked into this twin-levelled landmark eatery in Mumbai's crammed business district. You'll be delighted with their coastal fare. Appam (served only at dinner time), Gassi and Ladyfish, Clams, Squids, Bombay Duck, Prawns, Crabs, Lobsters, Gaboli, Pomfrets, Surmai and more! And don't leave without trying the giant piece of Surmai Fry. The thick, coconutty Gassi (simmered with a hand-pounded paste of Okola, Bedgi and Kashmiri chillies) is as good as ever. Ditto for the Stew. Check for the spicy specials on alternate days and weekends. They also have non-spicy options (for foreigners). The first floor has been air-conditioned (prices marked up by 15-20 per cent). Parking is impossible in the afternoon.
Review posted more than a year ago
I have been frequenting this restaurant for dinner since their food is finger-licking delicious. The vegetable stew and the appams are divine. I also recommend the prawn gassi with rice. Ambience is ok but the food is irrisistible!!
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