most people visit their open air outlet just next to fisheries museum and the swimming pool. but they also have an air conditioned restaurant on the first floor of a building almost opposite on the other side of the road. and that is a far better proposition. certainly in terms of prices. we had a couple of lunches there for we were told its good for sea food. we chose prawns & snapper from the fresh catch display on ice. since they seem the most commonly available other than crabs. we got the prawns stir fried and the snapper done tandoori. both tasted quite nice. we had standard indian accompaniments - rice, dal etc. and the cooking was decent. in that the cost of lunch for 4 came to rs.1000/- only, it was fair enough in terms of value for money.
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