As India�s doors opened to the Mughal Empire, the magical world of Moghlai cuisine was introduced. From here began the saga of the deliciously flavored saffron colored rice cooked with meats: The Biryani.Biryani originates from the Persian word �Biryan� meaning fried actually implying pressure fried.
Lucky�s situated at a busy crossroad (corner of three lamps as it was known in the olden days) of suburban Bandra, Mumbai. Lucky�s Biryani has become quite a household name since its inception way back on Friday 9th September 1938 started by Sayed Ali Akbarul Huseini. This restaurant is jointly being looked after his sons and grandchildren, who have been groomed in the family traditions.
Preparing Biryani is an art, because the preparation requires specialized skills and considerable patience, the minute point are which make all the differences.
But the success of Lucky�s also lies in the personalized attention given to the customers by the Huseini family and the rich quality of the standard of the cuisine offered which is maintained all seasons of the year.
Recently Lucky�s celebrated its platinum jubilee by completing 75 years of dedicated service & quality food to its patrons. Also what needs to be mentioned that especially in times of rising prices of basic materials, Lucky has always managed to maintain decent prices for its goods and commodities which amounts to great value of money.
In the recent past Lucky has also managed to branch out in Goregaon with a complete restaurant (175 covers) & Hotel (42 rooms) with ample parking.
They at lucky�s have always believed to have a strong bonding & lasting relationship with their patrons & this can only be achieved with quality & value for money food, also with apt service from trained & dedicated staff plus the personalized attention which our valued customers deserves.
I guess thats all how you can describe Lucky n itsls food. Its been here for zen years n guess will be there till the eternity.
there isn't any specific dish that I can say is the best. Because each and every diah is delightful. You can always start with a Mutton / Paya soup followed by Kheema Pav and whether you are a rice buff or not. You have to end with a Mutton Biryani or a chicken one. I always prefer Mutton here as it literally melts in your mouth.
Well... At the end of your meal you must have the Caramel Custard as a dessert.
You would definitely do the bhangra after eating at this restaurant. The authentic and large in quantity portions make up for an awesome lunch time indulgence. Without a doubt, you must have the Boneless Biryani if not tried before. Other than that the Paya Soup, Bheja Masala Fry, and Mutton Afghani are truly authentic Indian Dishes you absolutely must have! You'd truly feel Lucky by the end of your meal ;)