Discover our handcrafted local cuisine

Taste that’s truly divine

Enjoy the authentic taste of local Malvani cuisine at our restaurant Zaffran. If you are a foodie, you will savour the rich flavours of the South Konkan region of Maharashtra and Goa. With an amalgamation of a rich variety of spices and coconut milk, our chef-made handcrafted dishes are sure to leave an impression on your taste buds. Gorge yourself with our fiery seafood that dominates our kitchen. That’s not all. We have a lot in store for fussy eaters as well. From Indian to Continental we serve them all. Explore our eatery to suit your needs!

“One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.” ― Virginia Woolf, A Room of One's Own

Breakfast

7:00 am - 9:00 am

Lunch

12:00 pm - 14:00 pm

Dinner

19:00 pm - 22:00 pm

About Restaurant

Hygienically Prepared Fresh Food

Our Local Chefs Are

The Chosen Ones

Our chefs have years of culinary expertise and are keen in achieving the best out of every dish. From starters to dessert, every item on the menu is created with utmost attention-to-detail. We never compromise with the quality of food, keeping in mind the cleanliness and food hygiene and ensure that all the ingredients are curated from fresh produce.

Indulge in the Rich Aroma

Handpicked Ingredients

From Indian delicacies to Western cuisines, all the ingredients are chosen with accuracy and precision to give the perfect finishing to your dish. Whether you choose to have the tender juicy chicken straight from the tandoor or prefer to have a pizza laden with cheese and olives, our chefs will make sure to satiate your craving so that both you and your tummy can bask in the feeling of happiness.

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About Malvani Cuisine

The Malvani cuisine overlaps the cuisine of Maharashtra and the Goa. It mostly uses coconut generously in the form of paste or milk in its dishes. The level of spiciness can range from high to low based on region to region. The Malvani masala, which is the heart and the main ingredient of the dish, is a concoction of 15 to 16 dry spices. Fish dishes rules the Malvani cuisine, particularly the seafood dishes that are quite popular in the metropolis of Mumbai. Another specialty of the Malvani cuisine is the Solkadhi, which is a pink coloured appetizer drink made from the kokam fruit and Coconut Milk. It is often drunk after a hot and spicy Malvani meal as it is proved to be very soothing.