To begin with, they have a unique dish on the menu - the Okra salad, which is thin slices crisp fried okra seasoned like a regular greens salad. I started with the Rava pomfret fry - The fish is first well marinated, then it is coated with Rava evenly and deep-fried. The masalas in the marination give stunning flavours to the pomfret fish and the textures indeed marry well. Followed by the Prawns ghee roast - typical Mangalorean style ghee roast, the masalas were just perfectly seasoning the prawns. For chicken, the Angari chicken tikka is well recommended, for vegetarians - you can opt for tandoori paneer. For the main course, I had a delicious Chicken biryani served alongside well-flavoured raita.
To end with, I had the Chocolate mudpie - it was made using dark chocolate and topped with cherry and chocolate sauce. I can't wait to go back. The prices are really attractive as well.