Ferry Wharf – Bandra Reclamation

Ferry, is used to convey passengers and goods, while Wharf, is the Quayside area use to load and unload a ship, it’s the temporary halt. But here at Ferry Wharf, your temporary halt for trying the new heaven for sea lovers, would soon become your permanent Wharf to visit, as it’s the absolute go-to place for sea food lovers, located conveniently at Bandra Reclamation about 3 kms away from the Bandra Station.

Ferry Wharf has both outdoor and indoor seatings, with the colour theme of sand and sea, i.e. Pale Cream to Sky blue, with very soothing and comfortable interiors, its bright, lively and quite interesting, with elements of the ferry, sea, making you feel close to the coastal areas.

Sol Kadi
Sol Kadi

We started the dinner with Sol Kadi, served in glass bottles, fresh and delicious for sure, you’ll not realize the no of bottles you would love to drink through. Must try!

Next we were served the tasting platter, to understand the flavors and taste and accordingly order our dishes, a concept that I have seen for the first time, from Sukha Prawns, to Fish curry, to mutton curry, it almost has it all, more to tease your sense of what’s going to come.

Surmai (King Fish) Tikka
Surmai (King Fish) Tikka

We started with Surmai(King Fish) Tikka: Fresh Surmai boneless chunks in the form of a tikka were served with beet – tamarind and green chutney. It’s delicious and flavoursome.

Prawns Ghee Roast
Prawns Ghee Roast

Prawns Ghee Roast: The flavours were bang on, the perfect balance of ingredients, made it totally delectable. Highly recommended.

For mains we had called for Fish Curry, Prawns Ghassi along with Neer Dosa: Both the Fish curry and Prawns Ghassi having distinct Mangalorean flavours, the authentic taste and perfect blend of flavours.

Butter Garlic Crab
Butter Garlic Crab

Lastly, we called for Butter Garlic Crab: Not a crab lover, but this one is bursting with flavours of butter and garlic, the crab so fresh, that one’s it’s on your table, it won’t take long to disappear.

Overall, Visit Ferry Wharf,  to sail in the homely and delicious  flavours of Konkan and Mangalore, just being at Bandra. It’s not just a paradise for sea lover, but a hub for anyone and everyone,  as their mutton and Veg dishes are equally appetizing.

For more details or reservations:
Ferry Wharf, Unit 11, 12, Building 3, ONGC Lane,
Opposite Lilavati Hospital, Reclamation, Bandra West
Call022 26410401
Cost for two: INR 1500-1600

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