Lobster Love in Andheri East
05 April 2017



“Food is not about impressing people, it’s about making them comfortable”

Seafood has jumped leaps and bounds, especially in India. From the humble curry to modern plates of food, seafood is now prepared to showcase every cuisine from all around the world. Mumbai is a port city with an abundance of seafood, from the tiny prawn to the mighty Pomfret. Seafood in Andheri East has slowly started building a solid reputation for itself. And there is one place that dishes up varied, fresh, delicious and best seafood in Andheri East.

Mumbai is a port city, therefore, the love of seafood is pretty self-explanatory. Seafood has immense health properties, it has a high nutritional value, it is low in fat and is a rich source of Omega3 fatty acids. The Arabian Sea provides the bounty and Something’s Fishy offers you the best catch among all the seafood restaurants in Andheri East. It offers a good variety of seafood, from the local Bangda or Bombil to the squids and clams. It also integrates several coastal cuisines be it Mangalorean, Parsi, Kohlapuri, Goan and much more.

It serves authenticity in every bite, so you can dig into a Kerela fish curry or a fish tikka, it’ll remind you of home cooked food but so much better. Flavor and freshness are what they deliver and Their Zomato page is filled with high ratings from guests who have truly enjoyed the food.


Possible benefits of consuming lobster
Many studies have suggested that increasing consumption of fish and shellfish like lobster decreases the risk of obesity, diabetes, and heart disease while promoting healthy cholesterol levels.

Fish and shellfish are especially important for providing omega-3 fatty acids, which are found in very few foods. A three-ounce portion of wild spiny lobster is estimated to provide 200-500 milligrams of omega-3s while the more common northern lobster provides 200 milligrams or less for the same portion. To compare, three ounces of wild salmon provide over 1500 mg of omega-3s.

Although the fatty acid content in lobster is not the highest among fish and shellfish, it should still be a source to consider based on the fact that most people are not getting enough omega-3s from food.

Lobster is a good source of selenium, a nutrient that is crucial to proper thyroid functioning.


Thyroid disease
Selenium has been shown to be a necessary component for proper in thyroid function. A meta-analysis has shown that those with thyroid disease who are selenium deficient experience pronounced benefits when increasing their selenium intake, including weight loss and reduced risk for cardiovascular disease and diabetes.1 Lobster is a good source of selenium, along with Brazil nuts and yellowfin tuna.


Mental health benefits
According to the National Institute on Alcohol and Abuse and Alcoholism of the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, MD, omega-3 fatty acids have also been shown to decrease aggression, impulsivity, and depression in adults. This association is even stronger for kids with mood disorders and disorderly conduct issues, like some types of ADHD.2


Anemia
Copper works together with iron to form red blood cells. Anemia occurs when you do not have enough red blood cells or your red blood cells do not function properly. Consuming adequate copper will benefit people with all forms of anemia.3,4 Many people do not get enough copper in their diet. Lobster has one of the highest levels of copper of any food.

It serves up authentic food that is full of flavor. Carefully crafted dishes that have a lot of thought, expertise and love put in them, these dishes remain in your memory. That’s why Something’s Fishy is the most sought after fish restaurant in Andheri East. You get that fine dine experience, a well-groomed staff to answer all your queries and make you feel comfortable, hearty food and each time you will take back a new memory.

So if you are looking for that one fish restaurant in Andheri East that’ll meet all your seafood cravings, Something’s Fishy is right there for you. Book your tables now!