About the Company
Year of Establishment1991
Legal Status of FirmPartnership Firm
Nature of BusinessService Provider
IndiaMART Member SinceOct 2013
TRISNA-the speciality sea food restaurant has been in existence from the last 40 years. The restaurant previously known as MATRUBHOOMI was renovated & rechristened as TRISHANA in April 1991.Tucked away in one of Kala Ghoda's labyrinthine lanes is situated 'TRISHNA', the most popular sea food restaurant in Mumbai. Owned by Mr. VIshwanath. S. Anchan & Mr. Ravi. S. Anchan who took over their family business & created some amazing sea food delicacies.
People from all walks of life-from the young to office executives to sports persons to film stars (Hollywood & Bollywood) throng the place for the crab in the butter pepper garlic sauce. which is the main signature dish of the restaurant. The other popular dishes-lobster in chilly garlic sauce,jumbo prawns tandoor cooked in variety of TONGUE flavours (tandoori, lasooni, hariyali etc). The promfret or rawas (Indian salmon) done in the Hyderabadi style (barbequed with a coating of freshly grounded pepper) is another very popular dish. Starters such as Prawn Koliwada or Squid koliwada (shrimps & kalamari, marinated in a batter and deep fried) are the ideal way to start your food at TRishna, accompanied by a variety of wines, beers, liquiors..etc for the main course there is the authentic GAss (a South Indian coconut based gravy with a variety of spices) this gravy is a bit spicy for the foreign guests, but they need not worry as there are other gravies that are not very spicy (maunani, achari etc) for the vegetarians there is a, lot to chose from vegetarian staters-harabhara kabab, paneer tikka, mushroom baby corn chilly and many more varietes to chose from.
For the main course there are many more dishes such as-Aloo bhendi fry, mix vegetables in different gravies, paneer mauhan walla etc. Then there is a Hyderabadi dal that is the most popular dal preparation of Trishna. People who do not eat fish food also have a variety of chicken dishes.
Mr. Anchan says that the idea of sea food is seasonal and avoidable during monsoons is a misconception.Our supply of fish & other sea food is not restricted only to the bay of Mumbai hence there is never a shortage of fresh sea food at any given time of the year.