Pratap Lunch Home is a seafood speciality restaurant located at Fort, Mumbai.
The sixty five year old iconic restaurant serves seafood delicacies in manglorean, malwani, north indian and chinese cuisine.
he restaurant also has a fair share of vegetarian, chicken and mutton dishes in its menu.
The food menu is a mix of soup, salad, tandoori grills, tawa fry, appetizers, mains and desserts.
So here is what I had –
SOL KADI –
Kokum and coconut milk based cooler with a zing of green chillies and grounded spices, Refreshing !
BUTTER GARLIC CRABS –
Crab meat tossed in butter with loads of garlic and scallions.
The delicate crab meat just melted in my mouth, had a mild flavour of white pepper, tasted extremely delicious.
ROAST CHILLI PRAWNS –
Batter fried prawns tossed in asian sauces.
Really nice, king prawns were used in the making, good flavour of chillies and garlic.
KALIMIRI RAWAS –
Rawas fish fillet marinated with cream and black pepper, cooked in tandoor.
The rawas tikka was fabulous, it was all about the creamy marinate with bold flavour of black pepper.
POMFRET FISH FRY –
Whole pomfret marinated with manglorean spices, pan seared in tawa.
The pomfret was absolutely fresh, seasoning was apt, tasted extremely delicious.
PRAWNS CHOW CHU –
Batter fried prawns tossed with coarsely grounded coriander seeds and green chillies.
Something very different, the zingy coriander flavour went really well with the prawns.
FISH GHEE ROAST –
Fish cubes tossed in ghee with ginger, chilli, garlic, manglorean spices and grated coconut.
A manglorean speciality, super spicy, tasted extremely delicious with neer dosa.
CARAMEL CUSTARD –
A old school dessert, milk and caramelized sugar gave me the perfect ending.
Overall, I had a great time.
Pratap Lunch Home is a seafood paradise.
Their seafood food is extremely fresh and flavourful. Each dish was unique and different.
Service was excellent.