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When you cannot go to Goa when you feel like, you head to The Fisherman’s Wharf for some good old style service and great Goan food. Straight up, ask for the chilli margarita from the dedicated bar that comes with a spicy rimmed glass filled with potent goodness. The pork sorportel (sans the blood, so breathe easy) and the pao are superlative. Ask also for the powie, local Goan bread, which also makes a perfect combination. Good thing is that the restaurant has a bakery on the premises. The prawn curry is nice and creamy as well as very coconutty. What is a Goan meal with Goan chorizo; the one served here comes straight from the heart of Goa made especially for the restaurant. Have not been able to wiggle out the address though, it is a great dish to order. I always end a Goan meal with bebinca – the usual yes, but the best way!
I had booked a table in the Fisherman's Wharf through EazyDiner. It was indeed an amazing experience. Wonderful ambience, large space ....my kids were happy coz dey had park der. And abt food it was yum!! I had got 1+1 buffet offer through EazyDiner.... So my bill ..i had only to pay for one person's buffet.. 😊
Good place. Nice ambience. Preparation better than average... so good, not awesome. Portions not great and touch too expensive . P.S. The sitting area in cottage type set ups are done up well and creates an ambience but beware of being there in evening - mosquitos can ruin your experience. Mosquito repellent does not work in such four side open areas.
We ordered kane fry , Kane masala , Kane Rava fry , Kane tawa fry , silver fish fry , surmai curry , prawns sukka , The quality of surmai curry was average nothing much special . Prawns pukka was dull and average . Kane tawa fry was half cooked and we could smell unfried fish it seems the fish quality was bad / freezed from long time. Kane Rava fry was soaked in oil and brought to table . We asked to change but the waiter denied saying they cannot do it . We asked them to prepare Kane naked fry which again they prepared in oil when we explicitly told not to use oil . We were disappointed with all Kane dishes . We told to prepare Surmai curry in mangalorean style / Goan style whichever is good but unfortunately the cook prepared us running water with chilly powder and salt and with one surmai piece . Very disappointed experience at Fisherman’s Wharf . I do not recommend to go for fish dishes here . Might be good for chicken / lamb dishes alternatively.
Good place for corporate or team lunch or dinner . The open ambience and great food make it worth the money.
We visited this restaurant for lunch on a week day and were surprised to find it quite full! Would recommend one to pre-book your table before reaching the place. The ambiance is good - spacious, there's a small area for kids to play. The menu is quite good. They have an wide range of starters - chicken , prawns (both delicious!), fish (ok) which is what we went for! The main course is good. Would have liked to see more options in desserts though.
One of the key pleasures of South Indian gastronomy is their fabulous coastal food, succulent morsels of seafood swimming in gravy or roasted to perfection. The biggest pull about coastal cuisine is the immense variety of seafood on offer. From clams to lobster to fish to crab, a foodie can lose himself in the pleasures of dining on what sea has to offer. Bengaluru gets an amazing sea produce every day and uses the fresh produce in its food in most delicious manner but sometime it gets a backseat when displayed with other meat items. At ‘The Fisherman’s Wharf’ it’s all about the seafood. One gets to feast on a most marvellous spread of sea fare cooked in every possible way. Its located at Sarjapur Road in Southern Bengaluru.
The restaurant is a seafood lover’s paradise. Although the menu is multi-cuisine, dabbling in Goan, Continental and Asian cuisines, it’s one true expertise lays in seafood. Their menu is extensive and there is something for everyone. Enjoy some live music and a nice house concoction before hitting the menu. However begin with, chilly paneer, mussels rawa fried, butter garlic prawns, crunchy pork, hariyali paneer tikka, masala fried crab, mushroom tonak, squid tempura, mutton sheekh kebab, sardines crispy fried, vegetable tempura and stuffed crab. Pair a butter naan or basmati rice with the main course to set it off beautifully. Relish, mutton roganjosh, beef in hoisin sauce, pork vindalho, herb grilled lobster, rechado masala crab, fish curry rice, prawns in oyster sauce, paneer butter masala, chicken pepper fry, tenderloin steak, fish ambotik, rawa fried kingfish, crab xec-xec, prawn balchao and beef assad.
You can’t escape coastal cuisine without going for their traditional desserts of, gulab jamoon, bebinca, rasmalai, crème caramel, devil’s chocolate cake and Fisherman’s Wharf traditional apple pie. Their menu is not the only thing that makes The Fisherman’s Wharf so sought after. Their interiors or should we say, their exteriors are what makes this place so popular. Tucked in a traditional South Indian terracotta tiled roof structure, the entire restaurant is laid out under a lovely vast shed. This way a diner can enjoy the beautiful landscape around him while dining. You can even sit outdoors under a breezy sky. Décor of fishing boat, shells and fish net is ideal for a coastal restaurant. The place is on the pricier side so watch out for that.