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Best Seafood Restaurants In Bangalore. Mangalorean Food In Bangalore. Authentic Mangalorean Food In Bengaluru.
A favourite for Mangalorean fare in Bengaluru, Mangalore Pearl is always bustling with patrons who visit this spot for their taste of coastal Karnataka, more specifically the Mangalorean Catholic-style of seafood food.
Set up by Steven Pinto who left behind a lucrative career in the IT sector to pursue his dream of sharing the food he grew up with, this 15-year old restaurant rose to fame thanks to its spiced filled seafood dishes and Mangalorean classics.
In this episode of Gourmet On The Road, Food Lovers’ Editor, Kripal Amanna visits the Ulsoor outlet and meets with the brother duo that run the restaurant. He discusses the procurement of fresh seafood, the variety of curries on offer and also witnesses the making of two most popular fries, the Bangude and the Kane Fry.
He then sits down to a feast, tasting a bevy of coastal dishes, from a Pomfret Curry, Crab Masala, Khoobey Mootlien, Chicken Roce Curry and more!
GOURMET ON THE ROAD RATINGS
the manni has a lush, creamy texture that takes over your palate! you taste the caramel notes of the jaggery. this mangalorean dessert resembles the Italian panacotta minus the cream. definitely a delicious way to end your meal here.
rs 60 (0.90 usd)
this dish deserves attention when being savoured, especially when picking on the tiny yet sweet and mildly briny clam flesh. the rice dumpling has a sticky, slightly slimy texture that goes very well with the thick, velvety coconut based gravy. the flavour of the clams in this dish is reminiscent of the ocean.
rs 170 (2.40 usd)
tossed in a semi-dry onion and tomato masala that complements the mildly sweet, flesh of this dotted sea crab don’t forget to suck on the crab meat!
rs 310 (4.30 usd)
POMFRET STEW CURRY
the spicing in this masala is mellow and refreshing and just right, allowing the flavours of the pristine, fresh pomfret to shine. this stew curry goes deliciously well with mangalore rice.
rs 480 (6.70 usd)
KANE TAWA FRY
this fish is as fresh as it gets! so delicates that the meat just flakes apart effortlessly. the pullimunchi masala gives off a warming note o f the byadgi chilli and also a slight tartness from vinegar. the fish has absorbed the masala, yet retains its unique flavour. be mindful of the tiny pin bones though!
rs 280. (4 usd)
the butterflied mackerel allows for the masala to penetrate the deep flavours of this fish. notwithstanding this, the mackerel asserts its strong flavour from the word go despite being fried in a spicy masala.
rs 120 (1.70 usd)
CHICKEN ROCE CURRY
a popular choice of chicken curry at mangalore pearl made with coconut milk, fried onions and gentle spices. best savoured with the soft, spongy sannas that disintegrate as it absorbs this flavourful curry. the chicken though, tastes better when in the company of the creamy curry.
rs 220. (3 usd)
PRAWN GHEE ROAST
soaking in oodles of ghee this is one of the best prawn ghee roasts i’ve tasted! the prawns are plump and fresh, being coated in all that roasted masala that does not overpower its sweet flavour. the neer dosa serves as the perfect combination to this dish. the beautiful balance of spice, toasty flavour notes of coconut oil, rich ghee and divine prawns will keep you coming back for this dish!
rs 295 (4.10 usd)
this dish starts off as a rice cake steamed with spinach, coriander, cumin seeds and red chill that is then sliced, battered in a light spice mix and deep fried. it makes for an appetising start to a meal.
rs 120. (1.70 usd)
this drink made of coconut milk, kokum juice, ginger, garlic and chilli certainly awakens the senses and the palate. a refresher with a bite.
rs 50 (0.70 usd)
MANGALORE PLAYLIST – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8V10hsEkPIk&list=PLri_37vf6mmqELg4kChPIYLp4EzfLS0lq
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