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Food Review: Malvani Aswad

If you’re craving seafood and don’t want to go to the usual high-end places, look for Malvani Aswad on Shaji Raje Marg in Parle East. Malvani Aswad has been around forever and, though you may not have heard of it, happens to be the haunt of many a Maharashtrian family. There are four menu boards stuck to the walls – for chicken, mutton, seafood and vegetarian dishes. Everything is reasonably priced, and you can have a thali if you’re not in the mood to experiment. They have 10-11 varieties of fish, and the owner’s been grumbling about how Barack Obama’s visit to India has resulted in only six of them being available at the moment. Not very far from but nothing like the legendary Gajalee, Malvani Aswad is the restaurant to go to when you want a frill-less eating experience in Vile Parle.


10 Responses to “Food Review: Malvani Aswad”


  1. 1 Sonia
    November 8, 2010 at 12:50

    SOL KADI

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  2. 2 DT
    November 8, 2010 at 13:56

    The next time you’re reviewing a seafood restaurant——–CALL ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  3. 3 Shyamala
    November 12, 2010 at 05:46

    Gajalee AND Trishna

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  4. 5 komal
    November 29, 2010 at 14:13

    dude pls review gajalee & mahesh lunch home

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  5. 6 Sachin Potdar
    May 27, 2012 at 07:05

    Which address of malvani aasvad?

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