Average ambience. Service average. We were 4 of us. We orderded red and white prawn and fried pomfret for starter. The prawns were delicious and pomfret was nice. We then went for crab, goan fish curry, goan prawn curry and an European chicken dish (in brown sauce). The crab was ok. But the goan fish and prawn curries were disappointing as the tangy flavor of aamsul (which is used as a tamarind substitute in this coastal belt) and the coconult milk flavor weren't apparent the way those should be. Actually these flavors are the heart of this dish. The sides of the chicken dish were less in quantity and weren't cooked appropriately.
The bill was INR 3350.
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