Photos: 10 mouth-watering seafood dishes you must try in Mumbai

07-May-2017
  • Also known as Indian mackerel, this is a popular fish in Maharashtra. Bangda is generally savoured in fried form. Bangda fry is mostly eaten as a starter or snack. However, it serves as an excellent accompaniment of daal rice. Bangda Masala fry and Bandga Rava fry are readily available in seafood restaurants in Mumbai. 
Where: Gomantak
    Also known as Indian mackerel, this is a popular fish in Maharashtra. Bangda is generally savoured in fried form. Bangda fry is mostly eaten as a starter or snack. However, it serves as an excellent accompaniment of daal rice. Bangda Masala fry and Bandga Rava fry are readily available in seafood restaurants in Mumbai. Where: Gomantak
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  • Also known as Bombay duck, Bombil forms an integral part of Maharahstra cuisine. Bombil is also said to be the staple fish of the region. Bombil fry is the most common form of having the fish. When fried, the fish tastes succulent from inside and crispy from outside. Crisp bombil fry is best savoured with yellow dal and steamed rice. Where: Gajalee
    Also known as Bombay duck, Bombil forms an integral part of Maharahstra cuisine. Bombil is also said to be the staple fish of the region. Bombil fry is the most common form of having the fish. When fried, the fish tastes succulent from inside and crispy from outside. Crisp bombil fry is best savoured with yellow dal and steamed rice. Where: Gajalee
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  • This is a typical Goan and Konkani recipe, which is available across seafood restaurants in Mumbai. Surmai fry can be eaten either as a starter or as a side dish with daal or curry. 
Where: Highway Gomantak
    This is a typical Goan and Konkani recipe, which is available across seafood restaurants in Mumbai. Surmai fry can be eaten either as a starter or as a side dish with daal or curry. Where: Highway Gomantak
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  • This is a traditional and most popular way of cooking clams in the coastal city of Mangalore. A spicy coconut mixture is the main ingredient of the dish. Clams are cooked in shells and best eaten with yellow daal and white rice. The presence of shells renders flavour and nutritional value to the dish. 
Where: Ankur
    This is a traditional and most popular way of cooking clams in the coastal city of Mangalore. A spicy coconut mixture is the main ingredient of the dish. Clams are cooked in shells and best eaten with yellow daal and white rice. The presence of shells renders flavour and nutritional value to the dish. Where: Ankur
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  • This is the simplest and one of the tastiest fish curries available in seafood restaurants in Mumbai. Addition of grated coconut and curry leaves deliver an authentic smell of coastal food to the dish. 
Where: Mahesh Lunch Home
    This is the simplest and one of the tastiest fish curries available in seafood restaurants in Mumbai. Addition of grated coconut and curry leaves deliver an authentic smell of coastal food to the dish. Where: Mahesh Lunch Home
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  • Though this is a Singaporean seafood dish, yet it is common name in India. Chilli crab does not hold its roots in India, but lots of Indian restaurants, especially those specializing in seafood, have introduced the delectable dish in their menu. 
Where: Mahesh Lunch Home, China Gate
    Though this is a Singaporean seafood dish, yet it is common name in India. Chilli crab does not hold its roots in India, but lots of Indian restaurants, especially those specializing in seafood, have introduced the delectable dish in their menu. Where: Mahesh Lunch Home, China Gate
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  • A plateful of crab masala is medley of spices and aromatics common to the states of Goa and Maharashtra.  Crabs are available in plenty in Mumbai and therefore seafood restaurants in the city always ensure that crab masala in included in the list of main course. The tomato, garlic, ginger, and onion paste based gravy is best relished with white rice or Indian bread. 
Where: Gajalee
    A plateful of crab masala is medley of spices and aromatics common to the states of Goa and Maharashtra. Crabs are available in plenty in Mumbai and therefore seafood restaurants in the city always ensure that crab masala in included in the list of main course. The tomato, garlic, ginger, and onion paste based gravy is best relished with white rice or Indian bread. Where: Gajalee
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  • This is a popular coastal seafood delicacy from Mangalore that occupied a significant position in list of seafood items in Mumbai. The dish is traditionally cooked on wood fires in clay pots. The amalgamated aroma of curry leaves, roasted spices, mustard seeds and tamarind paste deliver a tempting aroma to the dish.
Where: jai Hind Lunch Home
    This is a popular coastal seafood delicacy from Mangalore that occupied a significant position in list of seafood items in Mumbai. The dish is traditionally cooked on wood fires in clay pots. The amalgamated aroma of curry leaves, roasted spices, mustard seeds and tamarind paste deliver a tempting aroma to the dish. Where: jai Hind Lunch Home
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  • Also known as Indian salmon, coconut Rawas curry is a healthy, simple to cook and delicious seafood delicacy readily available in Mumbai. Rawas curry can be eaten with steamed rice, pulav, or jeera rice in lunch or dinner. This seafood dish is a common name across Maharashtrian homes. 
Where: Mahesh Lunch Home
    Also known as Indian salmon, coconut Rawas curry is a healthy, simple to cook and delicious seafood delicacy readily available in Mumbai. Rawas curry can be eaten with steamed rice, pulav, or jeera rice in lunch or dinner. This seafood dish is a common name across Maharashtrian homes. Where: Mahesh Lunch Home
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  • This is one of the most sought after mouth-watering seafood delicacies loved by fish lovers. Tandoori Pomfret is healthy, delicious, and easy to digest. The aroma of charcoal and spices make it a lip smacking seafood dish. Tandoori pomfret can be cooked either in microwave or on a gas tandoor.
Where: Mahesh Lunch Home
    This is one of the most sought after mouth-watering seafood delicacies loved by fish lovers. Tandoori Pomfret is healthy, delicious, and easy to digest. The aroma of charcoal and spices make it a lip smacking seafood dish. Tandoori pomfret can be cooked either in microwave or on a gas tandoor. Where: Mahesh Lunch Home
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