The experience was good and the service was bit moderate and the interior was ok but the food was good and i liked it
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The restaurant is one of the old historic buildings converted in to a restaurant. It is one of the place to be in and see the constructions of the Portuguese Dutch era.
Part of my reason for visiting the south of India was the seafood. Coming from Mumbai I was craving seafood, good seafood! I asked my hosts about any good places nearby and they recommended Oceanos Restaurant. I found the prices to be pretty decent even...More
This place serves Cochin's finest, if you ask me. Fresh catch, wonderfully prepared. Have been there thrice, they never disappoint. Service is good too, though a tad slow.
The oceanos restaurant is one of my favorite restaurant.I like there food items so much.And the have good customer care service.
Location: Easy to find Budget: Mid-range Food: Different cuisines, go for the authentic Kerala choices to get the local flavor Service: Polite and friendly
A great place to sample some of Kerala's famed Syrian Christian seafood specialities. Great ambience and excellent food. The menu has all the classics, the fish pollichathu was excellent, but my favourite was the hot Green Mango Curry (made with kingfish I believe). A good...More
Visited the restaurant twice while staying in Fort Cochin. One of the best in town. Great service, food and nothing was too much trouble. Recommended by our Homestay host, Babu at Tantraa Homestay, and delighted to have found it.
Having hit the cheap and cheerful Lucky Star restaurant up the road a bit, we were ready for a nicer "sit down and relax with some ambience" dining experience. Oceania and Fusion Bay, apparently related somehow, both looked like winners, so we tossed a coin...More