For an island city, not many restaurants in Mumbai can live up to expectations when it comes to seafood. A new restaurant that plans to evolve in the coastal delicacies pitch is Kurry Klub
in Colaba. Started by Nitesh Shetty, the place will have Pradip Rozario as its chef, who already has a fan following for his food in Kolkatta.
Kurry Klub will have traditional multi cuisine specialities to satiate its customers’ hunger pangs, among which will be coastal and international seafood delights. The restaurant’s USP lies in its thalis – from Coastal Seafood Thali, Malvani Thali and Non-veg Manglorean Thali to Veg Thali, there is something interesting for every taste bud.
An unlimited non veg thali here would cost you Rs. 445. Get your pomfrets, surmai, clams and prawns on a banana leaf, and you wont walk out disappointed.
Kurry Klub serves coastal set meals only between 11:30 am and 3:30 pm every day but serves coastal seafood till 11:30 pm.
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