Fodor's Expert Review Apoorva
If you're searching for an authentic seafood "lunch home"—which implies unpretentious, tasty, and cheap—this old-school Kala Ghoda mainstay is spot on: slightly dingy, full of locals, with a too-cold a/c section that smells faintly of mothballs. Whichever main dish you choose, order an accompaniment of neer dosa---they are a little like rotis, but much lighter and fluffier, and made of rice; most Konkan restaurants have them, but none do them better than Apoorva.
S.A. Brelvi Marg
Mumbai, Maharashtra 400001, India
- King prawn gassi (spicy gravied prawn dish)
- Prawn or fish rawa fry, an Apoorva specialty
- Local kane fish smothered in Mangalorean spices and deep-fried to a crisp