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Old 2nd October 2012, 15:21   #121
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I was in Mangalore last weekend and had lunch in Maharaja Multi Cuisine Restaurant near Jyothi Circle. Ordered Kane, Pomfret, Anjal and Prawns apart from biryani. The fish dishes were superb especially the Prawn ghee roast. Biryani was nothing great though.

Next time I'm there I will try Guthu on Falnir road. Seems to be very good going by the reviews here. Also heard that the restaurant in Kanara Club serves some great fish. I know a guy from Hassan who goes there very frequently just to eat fish.
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I was in Mangalore last weekend and had lunch in Maharaja Multi Cuisine Restaurant near Jyothi Circle. Ordered Kane, Pomfret, Anjal and Prawns apart from biryani. The fish dishes were superb especially the Prawn ghee roast. Biryani was nothing great though.

Next time I'm there I will try Guthu on Falnir road. Seems to be very good going by the reviews here. Also heard that the restaurant in Kanara Club serves some great fish. I know a guy from Hassan who goes there very frequently just to eat fish.
So many types of fish.You are a foodie!!.Had been to Guthu a week back & yes, the food is great
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So many types of fish.You are a foodie!!
Actually, there were 3 of us, so we ordered different types and shared. Couldn't share the 'Kane' much though, you see it was 'small'
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You should try "Narayani" on Bunder road, Anjal masala fry is yum!!!!

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Which are the other places in Bunder?
next time you plan to drive to Pabbas give me a buzz btw people avoid Pabbas on weekends and Holidays, you will find long Q, i prefer one of the Ideals on weekends, also for some reason i felt Gudbad tasted better in Ideals

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I had been to Pabbas a couple of months back. When I saw the menu, I thought it was familiar. I thought and thought about where I had seen this menu before and then I saw a small subscript near the Pabbas logo. The text was 'Ideal's Pabbas Ice Cream'. Then I remembered, the menu was exactly the same as Ideal's Ice cream. I guess, Ideal's has taken over Pabbas.

I used to be a big fan of Ideal's. Of late I haven't been there though. The last time I was there was on Aug 14th 2011. I drove to Mangalore on a Sunday evening from Hassan, had ice cream and came back the same evening.
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You should try "Narayani" on Bunder road, Anjal masala fry is yum!!!
Couldn't agree more on this.Narayani's Anjal masala fry is absolutely delicious !!!
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next time you plan to drive to Pabbas give me a buzz btw people avoid Pabbas on weekends and Holidays, you will find long Q, i prefer one of the Ideals on weekends, also for some reason i felt Gudbad tasted better in Ideals
I did visit Pabbas during the weekend the last time I was in Mangalore (last week of September). The takeaway/Self Service counter was bustling with people. We did have to wait to get a seat though. We visited the Karavali Utsav and then dropped in for an Ice Cream.

Even I prefer Ideals (even though the ice creams are the same). Maybe it is the name
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Since we are on this topic, personal favorites in my hometown-

Kundapura
Parijatha- Benne masala dosa, gadbad
Shetty lunch home- Chicken 65 & roast chicken (believe customers have to wait for an hour for this)

Udupi
Kediyoor (dont know if it still exists)
Woodlands for veg food

Gadbad ice cream anywhere. It used to cost INR 9 & 12
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Where is Parijatha located, directions please?

You can call in advance and order for it at Shetty's...yea its a pretty crowded place.

Kediyoor, has grown and become a big hotel, as usual quality is gone.

Diana, the old building is demolished for widening the road, did feel very bad but i must say the quality is gone and prices have shot to the sky.


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Since we are on this topic, personal favorites in my hometown-

Kundapura
Parijatha- Benne masala dosa, gadbad
Shetty lunch home- Chicken 65 & roast chicken (believe customers have to wait for an hour for this)

Udupi
Kediyoor (dont know if it still exists)
Woodlands for veg food

Gadbad ice cream anywhere. It used to cost INR 9 & 12
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Where is Parijatha located, directions please?

You can call in advance and order for it at Shetty's...yea its a pretty crowded place.

Kediyoor, has grown and become a big hotel, as usual quality is gone.

Diana, the old building is demolished for widening the road, did feel very bad but i must say the quality is gone and prices have shot to the sky.
There are 2. Original Parijatha is on the main road in Kundapura town. Second Parijatha is on the highway towards Kundapura, near Koteshwar
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You should try "Narayani" on Bunder road, Anjal masala fry is yum!!!!
This should be 'Narayana Mess', next to a bank. This is one of the must visits on Mangalore trip!
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Happened to drop in at Gajalee - MLR.
Thought the place was very nice. Location (outdoor seating on the lawn) is awesome in the evenings.
Price was generally fair - but watch out for the odd stuff like crab tandoori for example - was something like 2k ! It was very good. Wish I was a little more prepared for the cost!

Overall I would rate the place pretty highly. Perched atop a hill overlooking Mangalore. The view from the lawn seating was all worth it!
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Gadbad ice cream anywhere. It used to cost INR 9 & 12
Gadbad for 9rs? when was this? I vaguely remember the price as 7rs around 1985.. (even though I was too young to go on my own).
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The Ideal parlour on GHS road has been closed for renovation / road widening. They have moved to the Market road building ( near Hampankatta circle ).

Found Ideal Cafe ( opposite Sharavu temple ) to be a good place for breakfast. They have Ice creams too. Liked their combo breakfast platter.

Is Churmuri ajja ( on Bauta gudde / Tagore hill ) still around ?
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Had been to Mangalore and Kundapur last weekend. Managed to cover only 2 of the recommended places:

1. Shetty Lunch Home, Kundapur - fantastic Chicken Ghee Roast and melt-in-the-mouth Anjal Masala Fry. They say it will take 1 hour to get CGR, but the guy managed to get us one in 10 mins by diverting someone else's order - twice. Could eat only curd rice after that! Mogambo khush hua

2. Guthus: Very nice fish thali (with boiled rice) - a fish curry, a rava fry and clams sukka

Later we found out that Guthus runs the restaurant at Ginger Hotel (Kottara Junction). Of course, keeping things simple they don't do much of the coastal cuisine at this place. Found a Bangude Fish Curry as a part of the buffet on Sat night. By Sunday night, we were so satiated that we ordered just simple Dal Tadka and rotis.
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adidhan hotel at mulky (on the main highway 66 between udupi and suratkal ) has an 'aditya' restaurant with an AC basement section. their yummy & hot tandoori chicken , lemon soda , chicken sukka and chilly chicken are my recommendations. made my day ! great prices too.
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