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There are three or four iconic seafood places that one makes it a point of visiting at least once in Mumbai, and Mahesh Lunch Home is one of them. There are regulars who have been coming here for decades, grumbling nowadays at the costs, but returning all the same.

Once upon a time, it was the exclusive preserve of Konkani clerks, and a meal of fried fish, rice and spiced rasa would set you back less than 20 bucks. Now? Think 15 times! But the wuality of the food is considtent, the neer doas coming soft and hot to the table, the prawn gassi, the pomfret or surmai, by the fish or by the slice, setting up a tango in the taste-buds on mere arrival!. So it may have transformed itself into a gentrified restaurant that now offers Punjabi and Chinese, but while the Mangalorean seafood maintains its expected standard, we can ignore the first and the second and concentrate on the third.


 

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