Malhar Tribes is a heaven for non-vegetarians (not sure how it is for veggies, since i did not try anything veggie)
Right from the welcome drink which is Sol kadi (Kokum in coconut milk) to the Gadbad that was the dessert, I personally enjoyed every dish.
The mixed seafood soup was a good start for the whole big adventure we were going to have. The Seafood thali had everything I could think off, from crab to prawn to mackerel to crispy golden anchovies (Mandeli) to clams.The clam Pulusu was a new addition by the chef and it went very well with the neer dosa. The Clam sukka was typical mangalorean and a little spicy.
Going on to the meat. The brain masala was well balanced with perfect spice. The nalli masala was exceptional and the Paya went well with the hard dry bread.
What was different and unique was the beetroot appam topped with bulls eye and chicken sukka. This dish was different and surely won my heart!!!
Way to go Malhar Tribes team, keep up the good work!