The indoor ambiance is classy with luxurious comfortable sofas and tables kept that mostly seat four. An adequate amount of seating also allows for smooth movement. A separate small room with a TV for private parties and large groups. A central bar-like section for soft drinks and coolers. Seafood pictures on the wall.
The service is exceptional and to the point. The food was served promptly and efficiently.
They provide a taster platter to try and taste 6 different main gravies to be used as a base. One can select the best accordingly and order the main course and starters.
Spice Girl - An enhanced version of lemonade. Garnished with mint leaves, chilly and lemon. The beverage was well crafted and refreshing.
Prawns Koliwada - Juicy prawns coated in koliwada masala and deep-fried. Crunchy and spicy on the outside. The prawns were super fresh and well cooked. Kolliwada masala infused with spicy flavors.
Chicken Corn Seekh Kabab - Good to see a classic Chicken starter at a seafood place like this. Even this was made on par with other dishes. Fresh ingredients and spicy prepared.
Bombil fry - Ferry wharf specialty made well. It's like a crispy thin sheet soft from inside. Surprisingly light and instantly falls apart in your mouth. Accompanied by a garlic ginger chutney tasted really good.
Prawns in Butter Garlic sauce - My personal favorite here. Mild garlic-flavored dish spiced with black pepper and made in butter. Simple yet amazingly tasty.
Neer dosa - Super soft n thin dosa made with rice batter. Light and a good companion for the main course.
Surmai curry - Fresh and well cooked in tomato gravy. Great combination of fresh n tender surmai fish and spiced flavors. Loved the surmai fish which was just a melt in the mouth. Coconut based curry made with basic ingredients and traditional Mangalorean process. Went well with steamed rice.
Caramel custard - A very solid take on a classic dessert. Not too sweet and perfectly smooth.
If you love seafood, I highly recommend coming here.