Premium seafood fine dining restaurant Ministry of Crab, opened its doors to seafood lovers in Mumbai three years ago. It is the brainchild of Sri Lankan celebrity chef Dharshan Munidasa along with cricketing legends Mahela Jayawardene and Kumar Sangakkara. It is the culinary homecoming of Sri Lanka’s iconic Mud Crab, and it celebrates its third anniversary in Mumbai this year.

The unique experience includes dining at one of Mumbai’s iconic heritage properties, Zaveri House in Khar, serving the freshest and most delectable seafood curated by chef Dharshan Munidasa. The culture of his dual Japanese and Sri Lankan lineage reflects in the dishes he has curated. He is known for his innovative and original signature dishes made with freshly sourced high-quality ingredients. The alcohol and beverage menu perfectly complements the food menu.

Chef Munidasa said, “The last two years have been extremely challenging for the whole world, especially the hospitality industry and I am super excited to be back in bustling Mumbai to celebrate three-years of Ministry of Crab, Mumbai! The integrity and provenance of ingredients are vital to my food philosophy, and it is sometimes extremely challenging when dealing with live produce. I can’t be prouder of the team at Ministry of Crab, Mumbai for sourcing the highest quality ingredients for my dishes, to plate the best crab of India!”

The restaurant serves only wild caught crabs and has a no-freezer policy. The Ministry of Crab was ranked among Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants for the 8th consecutive year and is considered among Mumbai’s topmost premium restaurants, often frequented by celebrities and the city’s top shots.