Traditional Goan Flavours at The Fishermans Wharf
The Fisherman's Wharf, Sarjapur

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The Fishermans Wharf’s menu includes a selection of Goan style prawn, fish and chicken dishes such as king prawn recheado, spicy Prawn Balchao, Pomfret in butter garlic sauce and the classic Goan fish curry. Diners can unwind under the covered patio dining and enjoy a leisurely meal complemented by live music and fine food.

  • Goan flavours
  • Live music
  • Seafood
  • Airy




Considered one of Bangalore’s top seafood destinations, The Fishermans Wharf brings the traditional tastes and flavours of the Goan kitchen to the table, which specialises in its excellent preparation for seafood from India’s western coast cooked with coconut milk, local spices and served with rice.

The restaurant strives to recreate the laidback atmosphere of Goa, with live music and lots of airy space ideal for enjoying the cuisine on offer.

Besides Seafood, they also serve Chinese, Continental and North Indian food. A meal for two costs approximately Rs.1500.

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Sunday : 12 PM to 10:30 PM
Mon-Thur : 12 PM to 10:30 PM
Fri-Sat : 12 PM to 1 AM
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The Fisherman's Wharf

26, Opposite Shubh Enclave, Ambalipura Village, Haralur Road, Off Sarjapur Road, Bangalore

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