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|15th March 2010, 17:32||#1|
A Guide: Eating out in Mangalore/Udupi/Manipal
When you are in Mangalore and when the stomach grumbles, 99% of the Non-Vegies would say Fish. Yes no doubt, we get some amazing sea food here.
But then there are lot other stuff, other than Fish we get to meet our gastronomical needs.
And yes this thread is born for showing the BHPians what to eat and where to eat when in Mangala
My first pick is Narayana, a small-no-luxury hotel located in Bunder or State bank, serves one of the best fish fry.
This place serves Fish curry meals, a staple food for the locals here. The plate contains Boiled Rice, Fish curry(cocount based gravy with Sardine), one veg curry and pickle
And then you get to pick your fish fry. Anjal(King/Seer Fish) Fry being the most famous here. You also get Boothai(Sardine) and Bangude(Mackerel) fry and somedays there might be pomfret.
The fish is deep fried with some nice chilly paste.
You can wash down this meal with a nice spicy Buttermilk.
If you are a veggie, then this is not the place :(
OT : Me being a just-chicken eater, now a hard core fishetarian after being to this place.
Pssssst... Mangala folks please pour in about the places around here where one must go and musn't
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|15th March 2010, 19:09||#3|
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|16th March 2010, 00:55||#4|
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Hot and Sour soup and Masala Dosa @ Shantala, just the thought makes my mouth water
There is a street vendor near the intersection that takes to the printing press, there the bajjis, vade's and other fried snacks are amazing. I still remember me and my room mates spending close to 100-200 Rs every evening when it used to rain.
Kamath Hotel for amazing hot jowar rotis, we used eat about 8-10 rotis each.
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|16th March 2010, 10:35||#5|
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where is Kamath hotel @ Udupi?
Have turned a veggie now
|16th March 2010, 11:27||#6|
In Udupi, we can add Mitra Samaj for their lipsmacking Masala Dosa's right
|16th March 2010, 11:33||#7|
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Regarding the rest...
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|16th March 2010, 11:40||#8|
They also have a roof-top with a big screen, right place to watch IPL over a few liquids
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I may add that Mitra Samaj (in the block near Srikrishna Temple) are the forefathers of the Udupi Restaurants all over the globe.
|16th March 2010, 12:00||#10|
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If you are in Mangalore, then don't forget to visit Pabba's Ice Cream Parlour in Lalbagh area. They have a huge variety of flavours.
And, as already mentioned in earlier posts, Diana is a nice place to visit in Udupi. Try out "Gadbad", an icecream originated at Diana in 1960s.
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I had 'Gadbad' at Pabba;s (Mangalore), Diana, Woodlands (udupi) and at Hangyo Saiba (Manipal) . Hangyo's Gadbad was amazing! Had Vadapav just opposite that Restaurant which taste like one you get at Mumbai!
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