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Can you expect the food here to taste as it would in a Mangalorean household? Probably not. Having said that, Kudla at Coraltree does not do a bad job on most days. Check out the prawn ghee roast here – it is one of their hottest selling dishes. Even the butter garlic squid, or the crabs prepared the similar way, is good. And eat them with as much neer dosa as possible – they really know how to make this one. The Basale Kudla Curry (a traditional coconut-based curry cooked with chickpeas and malabar spinach) And yes, do not forget the nuggekai soup (drumstick broth) before you move on to the main course.
Having visited the restaurant many years ago and was impressed with the food at that time, I dropped in for lunch with my sister on our trip to Bangalore. Must admit I was disappointed with the meal. The menu looked the same, but the food was very substandard. We had ordered thalis- one fish and chicken. There were many dishes but there were not tasty, and most of all, were lukewarm. Not impressed at all even though the reviews seem to be very good. A bit too pricey for the quality of the food. The place looked quite dull and dark but the service was very prompt and staff very attentive. Not sure I will recommend this place.
Food is good, decor as well is nice. Paan also is an good addition for people who like it. Nice place Authentic dishes
one of the best hotel/restaurant in rabindranath tagore (rt) nagar in bangalore, named ‘coraltree’. well, this is a part of the mrg group under which the goldfinch hotels also come, as said by the general manager of coraltree, mr. jayanth. that, without saying, clicks a bell in your head to say that it is among the very few restaurants in bangalore. coraltree is a budget business hotel, with 38 rooms with 19 twin bedding rooms and 19 king sized bed rooms, with amazing interior decorations. coming to their restaurant named kudla, as said by the corporate chef of the goldfinch company, the name itself is derived from the coast of mangalore. their speciality!? well, they specialize in sea-food. there are a variety of sea-food as well as mangalorian food, some of which include, chicken ghee roast, kori sukka, pomfret masala fry, prawns ghee roast, anjal tava fry, kori pudina dry, neer dosa, mangalorean pundi, sannas, mangalore appam being few of the starters and maincourses, which have the perfect blend of spices and herbs, served to you on traditional banana leaves, leaving the highly wanted aroma. desserts include a lot of items, among which, as a food critic, i would highly recommend you to try out the white pumpkin halwa which has the perfect aroma of pumpkin and ghee and crushed nuts. personally, this place made my most hated pumpkin my favourite dish. i would strongly recommend you to visit coraltree tree, which has an amazing hospitality and warm welcoming people and the best sea-food and other mangalorian dishes to taste.
Great place for those longing a Mangalorean treat, typical platter of bread & variety of seafood and non veg to choose.
"Kudla" means Mangalore in Tulu. This restaurent is in hotel Coral Tree. When we are in RT Nagar, it is better to wait for lunch or dinner time so that we can have some authentic Mangalorean seafood here. We had some chilled beer with Anjal fry, and the main course is simple Anjal curry with Neer Dosa. The fisah is fresh and tastily prepared. It could be bit spicy for some, but if we ask the restaurent to make it little less spicy, they oblige. Service is usually fast.