Best Malvani Restaurants in Mumbai – You’ll Love the 4th Spot!




Are you a seafood fanatic who wants to try Malvani food in Mumbai? Or, are you someone whose mouth start watering and tongue feels an itch to gobble up the entire plate of food on seeing coconut paste and a mixture of spices nicely coated on prawns?

If yes, you have landed on the right page. I will enlist 5 best places to eat Malvan food in Mumbai. While Malvani cuisine already makes our mouths water, the restaurants I have mentioned below are sure to make you go gaga on food.

Trust me, you will thank me later! So, let’s not delay it any further and just hop onto the point.

Gajalee

Gajalee has an extensive seafood menu that features oh-so-good signature recipes like Bombil fry, Clams koshimbir, Jumbo prawns in butter garlic etc. Unlike Malvani food, they make sure that their range of foods do not contain too much or too less spice. They believe in keeping it balanced with just enough spice and oil.

And guess what? Despite the compromise in oil, their food tastes equally yummy!

Where – Kadamgiri Complex, Hanuman Road, Vile Parle East, Mumbai

The Konkan Cafe

This is your go-to place if you are inclined towards eating delectable food amid beautiful ambience, The Konkan Cafe must be on the top of your list. You are going to fall in love with this coastal restaurant, not only for their food and ambience but also for the way they serve their food in copper thalis.

They also serve veg thali that comes with 6 accompaniments to prove you that Malvani cuisine is diverse and welcoming towards vegetarians as well.

Where – President, 90, Cuffe Parade, Mumbai

Satkar Rice Plate House

Do not get fooled by the name “Satkar Rice Plate House”, they serve a lot more things than just ‘rice’. This place stands up to all the expectations and hype. You won’t believe, this coastal food hub was suggested to me by 7 people.

The food here tastes exceptional and authentic. If you are new to Maharashtrian cuisine, you are going to try every marathi food after having a big fat meal at this Malvani restaurant in Mumbai.

Where – 15,1st Floor, Dreamland Building, Opposite Railway Station, Goregaon East, Mumbai

Chaitanya

Chaitanya, a seafood restaurant, started its journey in the year 1992 at Malvan. Since 1992 to till date, these guys have maintained their standards and made sure that whoever visits this place once, comes back to them every time they crave Malvani food.

Not just that, whoever tastes their flavoursome and delightful foods, becomes their advocate later. For example, me, I refer this place to anyone and everyone who want to put some true and rich Malvani food under your belt.

Visiting this place is like going on a food trail to the lands of Malvan, in Mumbai!

Where – 3, Chinchh Bhatt Chawl, Opposite Aagar Bazar SK Bole Road, Dadar West, Mumbai

Jai Hind Lunch Home

We all have that one restaurant for comfort and delicious food. Well, this can be exactly a comforting place for you that provides amazing food and good ambience. Hence, I call this Malvani lunch home a restaurant that provides full value to every penny we spend.

If you need a proof of the quality of food they serve, the long waiting lines prove to be one. In case you fail to reach Jai Hind Lunch Home on time, you might be on of the many victims of long queues and waiting list.

Where – Building 45, Samadhan CHS, Gandhi Nagar, Bandra East, Mumbai

Sources: Zomato




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