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It is an understatement to say that Fisherman’s Wharf Hyderabad is huge. The restaurant is divided into multiple sections; each of which derives its name from a popular Goan tourist destination. The spacious and diverse setup allows Fisherman’s Wharf to don many hats; it is a popular spot for corporate lunches, youthful parties, as well as relaxed family dinners. Seating options include shacks, colourful indoor dining spaces modelled on Goan houses, and al fresco dining in the court yard. The cocktails from Tinto bar tend to be on the sweeter side but are otherwise fairly decent. The menu features a bit of global cuisine and quite a lot of North Indian. However, the Goan delicacies are quite obviously the USP there. I will never tire of their brilliant 'Rawa Fried Kingfish' and 'Sausage Pulao'.
Goan style and ambience. Very responsive chef. As soon as we provided feedback and slight negative on one dish the chef came and personally interacted and took feedback. More a question of my taste found goan curry bit more tangy than expected. Next time can order asking to make it less tangy.
Good ambience.......ordered some Goan style food and the taste was good too...kids had some activities too
It was a family outing for all of us - almost like a reunion. We also had kids who enjoyed the open area where they could run about. As a family , some of us wanted the ala carte while few of us opted for the lunch buffet. Most of us opted for ala carte. The fresh catch of the day was displayed for approval. We had butter garlic lobster and rava fried fish. The tandoori prawns were fresh and nicely grilled.The fish preps were very fresh and tasty. We also ordered for pork vindaloo but it wasn’t even close to the original vindaloo taste. The buffet spread had a lot of variety in both veg and non veg. They had a live chaat and pasta counter too. For desserts we ordered tiramisu , bebinca and cheesecake. The latter two were delicious and the bebinca was the best amongst all. I was the only one who ordered a cocktail while the rest had beer. The electric lemonade -it looked great and tasted great too. The staff was v warm and welcoming. They were swift and efficient too. Overall the ambience was relaxing and the greenery around and decor gives ample opportunities for photo ops and selfies. I would recommend the place specially for its beautiful ambience, service and seafood menu
We had been there on Sunday afternoon. Ambience is great. Live music was good. We had seafood soup which was excellent. For starters we had a butter garlic prawns and a goanese chicken variety. Their garlic bread and spring rolls were good. Couple of my friends ordered crab. They brought a live crab and showed us t. After the preparation came my friends were not very happy. They said that the marinade has not gone into the meat. We ordered Goan chicken curry and vegetable curry and the gravy was not palatable. They are very concerned about the feedback and when I gave a low score the chef came immediately to get a persona feedback. We did not eat but observed that there is a great spread of buffet. May be chefs are busy there and their concentration on the a la carte May be little less.
Good place to visit for sea food and an open air, yet comfortable ambience. The interesting shirts of the wait staff and the landscaping deserve a mention. The theme was Goan of course with a spice chest and a fishing boat as decor elements and the building shapes. Whether it brought out an authentic Goan feel is something I will leave it to your judgement as we all have our very own special Goa visit memories, don't we?! Let' talk about the food instead. We had the chef's special soup which was basically mixed seafood soup with a dash of turmeric. Interesting concept, may be good for people who find the smell of seafood too strong for their palate. We had an accompaniment of cheese garlic bread which I can surely recommend. They bring out the shellfish for you to see before you order, which is a plus. I personally prefer that the lobster or crab be live if I am to order it, so I declined in this case. We went with the kingfish rechado which gets a thumbs up. They also brought out a indian masala pan fried kingfish made to order for us as hubby did not want the sweetness of the rechado or the rawa fried one which was on the menu. The Bebinca from the dessert menu won my heart. It was just the right amount of jaggery sweetness, enough layers to please, dash of freshly grated coconut and a slice dried coconut for garnish and of course a scoop of vanilla. We cannot comment on the bar menu as we had gone in the late afternoon and had many miles to drive and errands to run after, but choice was decent. Overall, a definite recommendation from my side.