This small but cosy place, spread over two floors, is sought after for its seafood. A typical family dining place, the décor is no-frills, but the interiors, clean and inviting. The bar at one corner is well-equipped. The exhaustive menu offers Indian food, mostly coastal fare from Malvan, Mangalore and Goa. If Malvani fare is not your calling, the regular North Indian dishes are available too. There are some Chinese dishes on the menu as well. Although this place is known for its Non-vegetarian dishes, vegetarian options abound. Begin with the 'Kaju Kothimbir'. The 'Kombdi Vade' is a delightful combination and the curry is sufficiently fiery. Vegetarians must try the 'Kaju Tendli' and 'Bhareli Vangi', with the quintessential flavours of this region. The food is spicy, high on flavours, but a tad too greasy. Desserts are unimaginative and can be skipped. The service staff is inarticulate, but polite and helpful. The portions are generous and perfect for sharing.