Fish & sea food menu

1. Bangda (Mackeral)

a) Bangda Recheado : crisply stir fried Mackeral in home made Goan Recheado paste

b) Bangda curry : Malabar style, in grated coconut & tamarind

c) Bangda curry : made in Goan Caldine style, in coconut milk

2. Sardine

a) Crisply stir fried sardines (Kerala Toddy shop style)

b) Sardines in rich tangy Tamarind sauce

3. Black Pomfret (Halwa)

a) Crisply stir fried Halwa in green spices

b) Halwa  Moilee : made in freshly made coconut milk

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4. Shark

a) Minced shark with green peas

b) Shark Ambot tik : a Tangy kokum based shark curry

c) Shark cutlets : minced Shark, with mashed Potatoes laced with Bread crumbs & Oats

5. Surmai (King fish)

a) Thin slices of Surmai sauteed in green or red spicies & served  in a platter of green salad & a dip

b) Whole baked Kingfish in green or red spices & served  in a platter of green salad & a dip   

c) Kingfish Moilee : Lightly sauteed Surmai cooked in freshly made coconut milk, laced with green chillies & ginger)

6. Pomfret

a)  Whole Pomfret sauteed in green spices & served in a platter of green salad & a dip

b) Pomfret Moilee : Lightly sauteed Pomfret cooked in freshly made coconut milk, laced with green chillies & ginger

7. Prawns

a) Prawn balchao: the famous one from Goa, goes very well as an accompaniment with rice or if more oil is used, Balchao can be stored in a bottle & used as a pickle

b) Prawn recheado: medium sized prawns sauteed in home made Goan recheado paste

c) Prawn xcec xcec :Goanese style medium size prawn curry made in roasted & dry red spices in coconut milk.

d) Stir fried prawns (served in a platter of green salad & a dip

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e) Prawns cooked in coconut milk (Malabari style)

f) Prawns cooked in coconut milk (in Thai spices)

g) Prawn cutlets: made with mashed Potatoes, fresh coriander, black pepper & laced with Bread crumbs & Oats & served in a platter of green salad with a dip

h) Prawn Shepherd’s pie made with soya mince, carrots & french beans with a crust of golden mashed potatoes

i) Prawns wrapped in Beacon (baked)

j) Prawns wrapped in thin slices of Salami (baked)

k) Prawns stir fried & wrapped in fresh lettuce leaves.

l) Kolambi bhaat : like a Prawn Pulau, finger licking because of its unique flavors, because Coconut is used in grated form, as well as coconut milk.

m) Prawns Caldinho : Prawn curry cooked with either Ladies Finger, Red Pumpkin or Cauliflower

8. Crabs

a) Crab xacuti (a Goanese special made with roasted spices)

b) Whole crabs cooked in butter/garlic & black pepper

c) Crab cutlets made with mashed Potatoes, fresh coriander, black pepper & laced with Bread crumbs & Oats & served in a platter of green salad with a dipping sauce

d) Crab meat Shepherd’s pie made with soya mince, carrots & french beans with a crust of golden mashed potatoes

9. Fresh Tuna

a) Fresh Tuna cutlets made with mashed Potatoes, fresh coriander, black pepper & laced with Bread crumbs & Oats & served in a platter of green salad with a dipping sauce

b) Fresh Tuna Shepherd’s pie made with soya mince, carrots & french beans with a crust of golden mashed potatoes

10. Gaboli (Fish roe)

a) Gaboli balchao: goes very well as an accompaniment with rice or if more oil is used, Balchao can be stored in a bottle & used as a pickle

b) Gaboli cutlets made with mashed Potatoes, mushrooms, fresh coriander, black pepper & laced with Bread crumbs & Oats & served in a platter of green salad with a dipping sauce

c) Fish roe pate cooked in olive oil & meditarrenean spices

11. Bombil ( Bombay duck)

a) Dry Bombil Balchao : goes very well as an accompaniment with rice or if more oil is used, Balchao can be stored in a bottle & used as a pickle

12. Rawas (Salmon)

1) Rawas sauteed in green or red spices & served in a platter of green salad & a dipping sauce    

2) Rawas moilee ( Malabari style Lightly sauteed Rawas cooked in freshly made coconut milk, laced with green chillies & ginger)

13. Red Snapper.

Whole Red Snapper baked with just a touch of Lime & Garlic

14) Rohu & Katla

Offering both in shallow fry & in curry

Cooked in a tangy coconut & tamarind sauce

15) Tapioca (Kappa) with fish curry: One of the anytime popular combination dish of Kerala

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