Seafood is the essence of our country?s western coast; each region boasts its own characteristic preparation and style. Seafood for Mumbai is well-nigh an extricable part of their diet. Here are two of city?s fine seafood restaurants, aside from the popular ones:
Trishna (Fort)Trishna, meaning thirst, is a standard of comparison when it comes to seafood. Serving some of the best seafood since the past 50 years, it has garnered patrons from natives and visitors alike. Earlier known as ?Matrebhoomi Lunch Home?, it got renamed as ?Trishna? following the renovation in 1991. It has found favours with film stars, presidents, as well as state-heads from the world over. This restaurant has managed to bag multiple prestigious awards. The seating is slightly crammed, and considering the fact that it is packed most of the time, you may find yourself looking for a breath of fresh air. Nevertheless, the lip-smacking seafood and prompt service make up for it. You ought to try their Oysters and Crabs. Order your favourite Four Seasons Wine to go with this, and introduce your palate to some of the tastiest seafood in the city.
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Khyber (Fort)Honoured with some of the most prestigious awards for many years, Khyber is an essential visit. From international celebrities, such as Sir Paul McCartney, Shakira, Bryan Adams, Richard Gere, and Goldie Hawn, to famous Indian personalities, Khyber is favoured by many. Quietly nestled in leafy streets of Kala Ghoda, this restaurant is spread across a sprawling 10,000 sq. ft., with the dining area divided into three sections, namely Hussain Room, Mughal Room and Princess Room. The interiors beautifully blend ancient Indian charm with subtexts of contemporary culture. The rugged stone walls, gorgeous paintings reflecting the rich cultural heritage, beautiful lighting, and courteous staff all make for an unforgettable dining experience. Sudhir Bahl, one of the most skilled chefs, presents a mélange of traditional and authentic dishes with a touch of modern times. You ought to try their Tandoori Pomfret, Fish Koliwada, and Prawns Tikka. Their Mughlai and North Indian offerings are just as good. Order your favourite spirits from their comprehensive bar menu and soak up the ambience of this iconic restaurant.
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