In India every cultural food has a unique identity. If we talk about Kashmiri food, Andhra food, Gujarati food, Punjabi food, Kerla food, Maharashtrian food, Rajasthani food or some where else all the regional food having there own identity. Same like that one more best regional food from South India we know that food by Mangalorean food. Its a very good and exotic food with different flavours. Some Mangalorean restaurants in Bangalore brought this flavor of south Indian food in there cuisines.
There’s something ‘fishy’ about lovers of coastal cuisine! If you belong to this ‘fishy’ pack, we bring you the best places to enjoy Mangalorean food among the many restaurants in Bangalore.
Mangalore’s jagged coastline boasts of ample seafood on the menu, liberally spiced with whole red chillies, curled curry leaves and shredded coconut. Nothing quite beats the aromatic flavour of Mangalore fish curry, Lady fish curry, spinach besale, ole bella, taute and the distinct taste of Sanna Dukra maas (idlis fermented with toddy served with a pork curry), a Mangalorean Catholic specialty. Savour Kori roti, neer dosa and local pickles like pulimunchi, sandige and happala. In case you’re wondering where in Bangalore you can tuck into authentic Mangalorean fare, follow us as we lead you to the best.
Mangalore Pearl is just the place for bangda ambotik, bangda (mackerel) curry, pomfret fry, khubey sukka (masala clams), squid chilly and pork bafat served with neer dosa or sannas. Although all the dishes on the menu use authentic recipes and spices, perhaps their signature dish is chicken curry cooked in a spicy coconut gravy, eaten with dry rice flakes. Must try it in Frazer Town's best restaurants .
The place in Bangalore's old world elite neighbour hood Indiranagar, like its name, rustles up some great coastal favourites: daal saar, seer jeerein meerie (spicy seer fish curry in a piquant gravy), prawn pepper fry and Kaliz Ankiti or pork sorpotel (tripe cooked in a sweet and sour gravy eaten with sannas or mootlien). For dessert try the Mangalorean version of kheer- raagi manni (a jelly-like sweet made from ragi, milk and jaggery). Coastal Junction is located at 623, The Junction 80 Feet Road Indiranagar Bangalore
The unpretentious Narayans Suggi specializes in Mangalorean seafood. The anjal chilly tawa, bhangada rava fry, kanne masala fry, pomfret pepper fry, anjal gassi, prawn pulimuchi and the seasonal river fish holle-mennu, all come well-recommended. Other in-house specialties include Mangalore chicken curry, mutton liver, Ambaradi, phannas vadi, crab malwani and taleila bombil (dried Bombay duck). Narayans Suggi is located at 330 3rd Stage, 4th Block Basaweshwar Nagar Bangalore.
Do you love Mangalorean food? then get indulge with mangalorean food at best Bangalore restaurant which is serving mangalorean food. You can find some other restaurants also like Chinese restaurants , Punjabi restaurants, Gujrati, Maharashtrian, Thai, American, Mexican, Italian etc.