All you need at this slightly dingy spot is a big appetite, the desire to drink and friends who have hours to spend. This one is all about nostalgia and fresh catch of the day, folks!
Hit Up Dewar’s Marine For Its Fresh Seafood And Mutton Chops
The Seer Fish Fry and Mutton Chops
A meal at Dewar’s Marine will make you long for those endless drinking sessions spent at the erstwhile Dewar’s Bar, because the pantry staff, menu and quality remain identical.
Lowdown On Ambience
Sandwiched between a bunch of tyre shops and paper marts, you are likely to miss this tiny eatery on Assaye Road. The arrangement here is basic with four tables and can serve up to six people comfortably at a time (ten is definitely a crowd). The service is efficient, so the turnover is quick. You might have to wait a little while for a table.
Legend Has It
When the legendary Dewar’s Bar shut shop in 2011 after being in business for 78 years, the city went into collective mourning. Apart from the dive’s fame as a watering hole since the British era, the bar’s menu comprising fish fries, mutton chops and offal offerings were equally popular. The staff who originally managed the bar and kitchen in Dewar’s, then decided to start their own eatery. Enter Dewar’s Marine, a hole-in-the-wall joint that serves some of the best seer fish fry and mutton chops this side of the sub continent.
What To Eat
So We’re Thinking
Ignore the ambience and concentrate on the fresh seafood that will have you coming back for seconds sooner than you can anticipate.
Dewar's Marine Sea Food
- Price for two : INR 400