Coconut Grove:Popular with diners looking for a decent, licensed curry house in the Satwa area, Coconut Grove boasts a huge range of dishes from around the Indian subcontinent, including a great range of seafood options. A view out over the city – albeit through windows that could do with a good wash – and some far-too-tasty poppodums help make this a great starter spot for a night out. The vegetable dishes, on the whole, tend to taste almost identical to each other, as in the case of the dahl makhani (which is also extraordinarily rich for the traditionally bland dish) and the mixed vegetable balti. Apart from colour and texture, the two are almost indiscernible from one another, not to mention surprisingly oily. However the shellfish dishes are superb. A karaikudi lobster masala, though not as spicy as one might hoped, is tangy, flavoursome and stuffed with generous chunks of rich meat, while the dry nadra kai kara puluzu is presented with a large bowl of deliciously sweet crabs, garnished with a tomato, garlic and chilli-based sauce. There are few places that deserves your custom more if you’ve got your heart set on good quality, at extremely reasonable prices. Call 04 398 3800 for more information.
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Indian Food May 26, 2012 08:16 am
what a great and nice hotel.......
Indian Food May 25, 2012 02:57 pm
very nice and interesting.......
Amjad Apr 28, 2012 10:41 pm
Aangan: had dinner there yesterday;doesn't deserve the hype.
Arjun Oct 05, 2011 12:03 pm
Timeout seems to have decided to add "Kebab" to the names of Khazana (No.9) and Manvaar (No.10) for some reason.
Aditya Sep 14, 2011 12:46 pm
Is this guy straight off a boat from england or what? What in the name of god is a 'curry house'!!. Its like calling any english/American restaurant a bacon/cheese corner. If you do not know about real indian food, and dont know how to enjoy it, and all you can order is couple of varieties of kebab and chicken curry, then please refrain from writing articles about our exquisite quisine as though you know something. This is by no means a collection of the best food, its just some expensive ones,most of which are'nt as gud, when you consider the charges. If you want real indianfood at amazingly reasonable prices,some options to check out are -'Tandoori', in Ibn batuta mall, or 'Antique bazaar' in 4 point sheraton, or Dhaba in Dubai grand hotel. It will be a public service, if you dont write any more articles on indian cuisine!