• Sol Kadhi: Started with this popular drink from the Goa and Maharashtra's coastal region. It is made from coconut milk and kokum. A soothing and digestive drink with a little bit of spicy kick.
• Hawaiian Prawn Salad: Made with prawns and raw mango, this made for a great salad to order.
• Babycorn Butter Pepper Garlic: A buttery and a slightly garlicky dish which was pretty awesome and should be tasted.
• Basale (Spinach) Pakoda: Crispy deep-fried goodness. Should not be missed.
• Prawn Ghee Roast: A popular coastal dish, it was very well cooked in a smattering of ghee and masala. Need I say more.
• Chicken Pepper: A delicious chicken starter. Was not overly spicy and had a good juicy chicken flavour.
• Pomfret Rava Fry: A dish that needs no introduction. Fish lovers, order it without a second thought.
• Stuffed Crab: I fell in love with this. Crab meat is cooked perfectly in mild spices and served in crab shells, with melted cheese on top. It's a showstopper. Please order it and thank me later.
In main course, we had a thali which contained the following items.
• Nati Kori Roti: It's a Mangalorean chicken curry made in coconut milk and served with crispy, thin rice wafers. Drooling again for this.
• Anjal (Fish) Curry and Rice: How can one not have this! Another gem from Mangalorean cuisine.
• Mutton Sukkha: Soft and succulent mutton in mild spices. Tasted so good.
• Chittranna: A simple dish but big on flavours.
• Avarakai with Gujje: A delectable veg dish made with flat beans and jackfruit. Tasted a little similar to baigan bharta.
• Elaneer Payasam: This is a very popular dessert here. Made primarily with tender coconut milk and cream, it was a creamy revelation. There cannot be a better end to the meal.
I was highly impressed with the restaurant. It ticks all the boxes be it ambience, service or the most important one, food. Take out some time and head over here to have an amazing time. Think Coastal, Think Sana-di-ge. Happy Eating!