Food recommendations will include the must-have for every Malvani cuisine lover and that is Chicken Koliwada. Prawns fry is another must-have made of Medium-sized prawns coated in tangy spicy marination and semolina, deep-fried to perfect crunchy bites. While they slay in Malvani cuisine they do not disappoint at all when it comes to Tandoor which becomes evident when you try their famous White Tandoori. A whole chicken marinated in creamy batter with some pepper and roasted to nice char-grilled flavour, another stunner indeed. Moving on to the main course do try their Malvani special Kolambi Bhaat, a prawns rice-based dish. It is just the perfect balance between extremely spicy but equally delicious flavour. Obviously, who would miss an authentic thali experience when in such a place? I truly am a Kombadi wade lover and this was definitely on point. The Kombadi Wade thali consisted of Chicken Masala dry, Chicken Rassa, Kombadi Wade, Salad, Steam Rice, Papad & Solkadi. Worth every penny as each every item was worth relishing on that plate.
For desserts, we had some nice hot soft gulab jamuns which were quite fresh and some yummy caramel custard. Something we needed to balance out all the spices. For refreshments, we had a Classic Virgin Mojito & a Virgin Kiwi Mojito, both of them were on point and quite refreshing to the palate. They serve some good mocktails too which prove a boon while munching on their delicacies.
Overall I truly enjoyed the visit & am truly glad the quality of food as well as quantity is nowhere compromised in all these years. Also, the service is still on point. The ambience and décor have got a massive uplift as per the recent trend with calm bluish undertone decors and some peppy music on the background. A special mention to the owner who in spite of all odds makes it a point to personally check with customers for feedback whenever shes around. We need such a service in today's fast food-oriented generation.
Happy Fooding 🙂