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A lunch at The Fisherman's Wharf

Last Saturday's lunch was at the newly opened Fisherman's Wharf at Lavelle Road, Bangalore. Here's a photo tour...


Fisherman’s Wharf is a world cuisine bistro which provides guests the opportunity to feel the coastal flavors of Goa...

The interiors are done up with warm cozy colors, depicting the sandy shores and blue waves of Goa...

Paintings depict the cheerful life in Goa...

Started with the Rawa fried Prawns and Batter Fried Squids...

Sea Devil - Bacon wrapped Prawns...

That's my Margarita in the middle...

Stuffed Crab - Traditional Goan style baked crab...

 Zafrani Paneer Tikka - Cottage cheese marinated in Indian spices and saffron, cooked in a tandoor... 

Shrimp Salad...

Sushi...



Chorizo Pao - Traditional Goan Pork Sausage with Goan Salad...



Main course... 
Chicken Cafreal with Potato Layonnaise - Chicken marinated with fine paste of green chilly, ginger, garlic and coriander leaves. 


Prawn Balchao - Prawns cooked in spicy Goan red gravy...

Beans Foogath...

Seafood Platter had Pomfret Rechado, Snapper Fillet Cafreal, Butter Garlic Tiger Prawns...

Kiwi Daiquiri to wash the food down...

Pork Assad - Another Goan roasted specialty...



Goan Prawn Curry with Goan Boiled Rice...

Mushroom Tonak -  Button Mushrooms sautéed with coconut, Goan spices and coconut milk...

Dessert...
Bebinca, specialty of Goa served with Vanilla Ice Cream...


The Bar serves an impressive range of drinks...

Loved these hats...

Overall, it was a very enjoyable lunch with some pretty interesting food and pleasant atmosphere. I enjoyed clicking the colorful dishes. Will gladly return soon...


44 comments:

  1. I hope you did not eat all tat on your own! What a feast.

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  2. Artistic looking dishes...I'm sure they were delicious♪ http://lauriekazmierczak.com/ready-room/

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  3. You have once again captured the spirit of this place with your camera. Very colourful and flavourful. Thanks for sharing this.

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  4. Wow!!! I am speechless.........................

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  5. This restaurant should pay your for the use of these beautiful photos of their food! Looks like this is a place for a total dining experience to be savored slowly--and in the company of friends.

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  6. It all looks more than delicious. I've never managed to get to Goa, though I've had more than my share of margaritas, sailing the Mexican coast and eating in hundreds of Mexican restaurants in California. I might add that I make some fabulous margaritas myself. I've also had prawn balchao which Royal Caribbean crew friends used to bring back from vacations home - that and Bombay duck which I love.

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  7. Looks like a nice place to visit! And delicious food!

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  8. Such delicious looking food and I approve your choice of drinks.

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  9. For me as long as they are seafoods, i love them! I haven't been to a Fisherman's Wharf which is famous around the world. And your photos, of course, are always awesome, make them more delicious looking.

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  10. Fab photos they have captured the deliciousness heheh!

    Have a tastytastic week ;-)

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  11. looks like a lovely place to eat, sushi is my favourite!

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  12. Your food photography is very clever! Well done. And thank you for sharing on Mandarin Orange Monday:)
    I went to Fishermans Wharf at San Francisco...and guess what I ate.. bean burrito...i am vegetarian - but i did love the experience as I would love to see yours.

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  13. Loved visiting. What great food shots. Not sure I would eat any of it but it did look delicious. Maria’s Space

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  14. Ok, I am hungry now. Especially for some sushi.

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  15. What a great selection of foods pictures well taken!!

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  16. This place looks great for an afternoon luch or an early dinner, like the colors and how everything goes together.

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  19. I want to go there, again. It looks amazing!

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  20. I'm suddenly feeling hungry... wonderfully, colourful photos! And I love the decor of the place!
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  21. Your photos are amazing! That food is amazing! Love the decor in that restaurant, I just want to be there :)

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  22. That food has me very hungry right now. Great colours and photography.

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  23. Awesome shots - the food looks delish! :)
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  24. All these photos are brilliant.

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  25. Beautiful shots! I especially like the one with the drinks, nice colours and composition. The food looks tasty and fresh too, wouldn't mind tasting it.=)

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    http://www.scaniatjejen.se

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  26. The crab stared at you while you ate it! Weird! ;-)

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  27. a lovely place indeeed...I miss the original one in SF :)..enjoy your feast..

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  28. What a fun place to dine. Everything looks great!

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  29. That is some amazing looking food!

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  31. It all looks so exotic and delicious! Thanks for linking up with Friday My Town Shoot Out!

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  32. Looks lovely and yummy!
    :-)
    Traci

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  33. Wow, what a fabulous restaurant! So many delicious and unique dishes. I love how you say they depict Goa. Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    Jann

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  34. OMYGOODNESS.....everything really looks goood. ;0)

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  35. It all looks so good, they make everything look wonderful!

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  36. What a fun and colorful restaurant. Too bad it's so far from my home! It looks like your group sampled just about every item on the menu!

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  37. I wish I was there! Your photos have me drooling and wanting something more than the scrambled eggs I plan to make for dinner.
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