Reviews
"A good spot to start is Highway Gomantak, a Goan specialist that’s been around for two decades. There are no napkins, air-conditioning or English spoken, but there is a focus on food. (As at all the other places below, pointing is a perfectly reasonable strategy: most of your fellow diners will be locals, and they’ll know the drill.) At Gomantak, the spicy stuffed pomfret, pan grilled, pairs well with a cooling Limca soda. The mori, or baby shark, is a more adventurous option that is both subtle but succulent. A meal for two will run you around 300 rupees, or about $6 at 49 rupees to the dollar. "
 
 
 
 
   
     
 
     
 
     
   
 

 

A good spot to start is Highway Gomantak, a Goan specialist that’s been around for two decades. There are no napkins, air-conditioning or English spoken, but there is a focus on food. (As at all the other places below, pointing is a perfectly reasonable strategy: most of your fellow diners will be locals, and they’ll know the drill.) At Gomantak, the spicy stuffed pomfret, pan grilled, pairs well with a cooling Limca soda. The mori, or baby shark, is a more adventurous option that is both subtle but succulent. A meal for two will run you around 300 rupees, or about $6 at 49 rupees to the dollar.
-LINDSAY CLINTON
The New York Times Published: October 4, 2009
 
“My salaam to the Potnis family. You can look forward to basic VFM fare. 32 varieties of thalis (Rs.85 to 180) and some wholesome sea food. Eight varieties of fish curries, masala stuffed pomfret, fried Goa mussels and shinane…. They serve it all. They have also added chicken pulao and fish platter.……..where bombil is not just a fish but an idea whose time has come.”
- Rashmi UdaySingh
Times food guide
 
"Highway Gomantak is a must visit for all foodies.Here you can discover the wonderful flavors of some delicious Goan/Karwari fish which are unknown to most Mumbaikars.It's a voyage of discovery! Another plus point is the warm and helpful nature of their staff." Check this out http://thesassyfork.blogspot.com/2011/03/highway-gomantakthe-way-home.html
- Sassy Fork
Mumbai