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Much like Jai hind, Mahesh or Trishna, Ferry Wharf is the latest addition to the coastal seafood themed restaurants. A welcome change since Bandra does not boast of too many. It is bright with a blue and white theme, an outdoor section with is pleasant in the cooler months and an indoor air-conditioned space. While there is a vegetarian menu the highlight here is the seafood which they proudly display at your table in case you had any doubts about how fresh the catch is. 'Butter Garlic Crab, 'Prawn Koliwada', 'Clam Curry', 'Tawa Fried Rawas' are all popular choices here.
My better half is a Mangalorean, so we are very familiar with the cuisine. We visited on a Saturday, for lunch. After being seated by our server Nilesh, we were served a small starter platter with 8-10 different types of curries available at the restaurant, to help us with our ordering. After that, different types of live seafood were presented for us to choose from. The idea being to choose the seafood and also how you want it cooked. The starter platter is a neat touch and very much appreciated, as the menu is quite exhaustive. We decided to go in for a thali to get as much variety as possible and choose a Halwa thali and a Mutton thali, suplemented by Bangda Pulimunchi, Rawas Tawa Fry and finally a Prawn Ghee Roast Biryani. The Halwa was served in two styles, rawa fried and in gassi (curry), while the Mutton was served as Sukha and Masala. Each thali also came with a vegetable side dish of Chaouli (String beans) with coconut, a tomato Saar, an option of 2 chapati or neer dosa followed by rice or 2 additional neer dosas. Basically, the thali is enough for one person. The seafood in the side dishes were fresh and very well cooked, although the Pulimunchi was a bit too watery for our taste. The aroma and the taste of the Prawn Ghee Roast Biryani was to die for. We enjoyed a truly sumptuous and varied lunch and we are certainly visiting again, with friends. Some points to note, the restaurant is in the mid price range, has valet parking and does not levy service charge. Also prior reservation is recommended.
By chance we ended up here today evening. I had prawns thali and solkadi. My daughter went for squid fry. The food was so good that for the first time I told them so and that I will definitely visit again.
Ferry Wharf is an absolute fine dining restaurant in Bandra west. We had the butter garlic prawns which were really yummy but the quantity was very less. It was just about six or so prawns so not really worth it. But it has a good ambience and one can enjoy a family or quiet meal.
Neer Dosa 😍 This restaurant was a blessing in disguise, not in the main market, I don't know how we stumbled upon this amazing place, but I'm just blessed that we did. They are experts in sea food; Crabs, lobster, squids and much more other than the usual. We were amazed to see the choice of curries and their approach for making us try all of them before ordering. Just loved it !! PS. Vegetarians don't be disheartened, ferry wharf serves brilliant veg delicacies too.
Basically being an ardent sea foodie,we decided to give this happening place a try having heard about it. We certainly were not at all disappointed but cherished every dish we ordered. The taste & relish was further enhanced by the efficient & friendly service. Yes,we make it a point while ordering the we desire very mild chillie or spice & which was well taken care of.The Tandoori Pomfret & Tiger prawns were scrumptious.Surmai tikkas were excellent.