We people always plan to visit Goa and every time we plan to go some or other reason we drop the plan to Goa. But now we can experience something from Goa is their cuisine and The Fisherman’s Wharf is the place to relish the Goan cuisine in Hyderabad. Traveling from Goa to Pune, Bangalore and now in Hyderabad covering the best cities of India.
The place is really awesome and huge starting from the entrance to the back side lawn it’s huge and humongous. As soon as you enter you will see a huge space for parking then a lane to walk down towards inside and front you will notice a boat and on the right side, there is a small shed for the entrance and some artifacts displayed for sale.
So now the restaurant is divided into six section the first four section is divide with the beaches name Baga, Panjim, Colva and Le Margarita lounge bar each and every individual section has a huge seat arrangement for Panjim and Le Margarita has two floors seating ground and first floor. Now they have a central section that connects all these four and also has seating space. Last and final is the backyard lawn for private parties and all.
I was here to experience there Sunday Carnival Brunch and was lit. The buffet was spread was huge just like its restaurant. Man, I was like from where do I need to start it from salads, soups live counters, grill, main course or directly attacking the desert. Starting from the chaats they have 6 varieties of chaat like Pani Puri, ragada, Dahi Puri, puri chole etc. Live pasta counter with the different style of pasta penne, bow tie, fusilli etc. They also have fresh catch seafood counter contains kingfish, prawns, Squid and Bombay duck and they couple of marination varieties to cook that seafood. Moving to grill they were serving grill chicken and chicken sausages. Starters were really amazing and my pick was gobi Manchuria and red spicy chicken and I have tried a couple of items from fresh catch live counter Kingfish in peri-peri and butter garlic sauce and same goes with prawns and squid it was good then Bombay duck was something especial the crunch and crispy fish fry it was my kind of style. Main course I have tried a couple of items from here too started with soup cocko-leekie soup, makhana pulao, tamatar salan, bhuna gosht adraki, Goan fish and prawn curry and bhindi fry with peanuts and boondi.
It has its own spread of varieties of items from donuts to halwas. So, I have plated my plate from the donut, rasgullah, coconut caramel burfi, mud cake, three different types of a cupcake, gulab jamun cup, Kesari rolls, and mango mousse.
I had an amazing experience over here whether take it ambiance, food, service, and fun we had was special. The service over here is really quick I don’t know where they come to know that I need something and I see a waiter standing beside me and asking me about what do I need and really I have not seen this kind of gesture from waiter where the waiter comes to you before you ask them for anything I really appreciate their quick service.
Overall Experience: 4.5/5