The fish fry and prawn curry with rice were lip-smacking. The food was slightly on the spicy side but awesome!
This is a place with very good ambience. They are specialized in Kerala quisine. So, please expect coconut oil based cooking for atleast kerala food. The food they serve is descent, not out of the world. The fish they serve taste good, but you can feel that it is not a fresh fish cooked (being in bangalore I can expect... More
Coconut grove is a good place for mallu cuisine. Ambience is nice in the evenings. Coconut based cocktails are a must try. Fish and prawns molli are good too.. Appams and curry suggested by them are great. Vegetarians have good choice too. Ada pradhanam is a desert which is a recommended.
Excellent ambience. Excellent food. So very quiet in the most hustle bustle area of Bangalore. Traditionally dressed waiters. Well spaced tables giving full privacy. We had Thali with appam . Inexpensive !!
if you wanna chilling with friendz or have a drink in a not-so-known city,no other place should comes in mind...Its a treat to be there.Always opt for the outer-sell to have the feeling of being in goa when u r in b'lore.Mainly in rain-it will be a feeling to share!!
Amidst the busy crowded lanes of Bangalore, the restaurant provides a nice natural ambiance that provides calmness, especially in the evenings. Everytime I happen to be in Bangalore, I try to have atleast a meal there. I love the appams and stew there, but also like the variety of seafood preparations in the typical Kerala style. The staff members dressed... More
The striking thing about the place is definitely its ambiance. Its stands out from any other place it you can go and have a drink or two. Its a must go once to experience. The drinks are fairly priced, however the food is expensive. The service is OK.
I've had two dinners at this restaurant during the week of Dec 2nd. The seating on the first floor (far left) is quite nice: spacious, not noisy nor crowded; service is quick and the staff are courteous. Sea food: we had the seer fish (a.k.a. king fish or surmai) and prawn curry. The fried fish was fresh & tasty, but... More
I went to this restaurant on church street just to have a quick lunch. I chose the 1st floor which has a very good service. The staff will be dressed in a traditional Keralite attire. I ordered a fried fish, kerala parotas and a egg curry. They served this in just 10 minutes. The food was very normal, just like... More
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