Restaurant- The Fort Kochi Connection

 

The Fort Kochi Connection, 77/A, Cygnus Chambers, Jyothi Nivas College Road, Bangalore, 560095
Timings: 10 am – 11.30 pm

Meal for two: `800
Must try: Anchovies, Oysters, Lobster and Tapioca Sizzler

 

Koramangala’s new restaurant —The Fort Kochi Connection. If you are a fond of sea food then this restaurant is best place for you to enjoy.

 

 



Interior & Décor

The interior and décor of the restaurant seems completely distinct from the others located there but really excited which gives us the true feel of beach. The restaurant walls printed with old boatyard  as well as the décor has the Modern elements touch also.

Main Section :Food

Delicacy of the food you can judge even by the name of the family that is involved here. Yes, I am talking about the Parveen paul’s family who has been engaged in the sea food trade from the last 45 years and this is what makes this restaurant special – Good Quality marine food.

The menu of the restaurant has been designed in a great manner to attract people of any age. So doesn’t matter if you are visiting with your friends, elders or children, you will find food for every category and of every taste. This neatly designed menu of the restaurant includes local cuisine along with the food influenced by Portuguese, Chinese and Dutch that were generally present around the historical Fort area of kochi in Kerala and ruled the region in Past.

 

 

 

Food That you must taste in The Restaurant

Let’s begin with the Very fresh Oysters with Lime and Red wine shallot sauce, this will give you an idea what is more up there for you.

Netholi Porichathu (crispy Kerala style fried Anchovies),

Achayan Pothularthu (Beef cubes pan sizzled in spices semi dry and spicy)

And  Koonthal Ularthu (stir fried Squid)

Are all amzing mouth watering food, you can accompanied these food with some beverages of your choice.

You can order vegetarian dish also Kappa Mezhukkupuratty (Tapioca Sizzler) which would go delicious with some diners. Grilled Indian Salmon or Rawas with Green Pepper marination also you can enjoy there which may be small in size but it really taste so good, and Lobster Kallil Porichathu you must try there which is as fresh as can be had on a backwaters cruise.

When it comes to the main course you can try country captain chicken curry and Tharavadu fish curry (Coconut and raw mango flavoured) made with really fresh smelling Reef Cod which go perfect with appams. Their version of the Sri Lankan Watallapam pudding also a mesmerizing dish which you should not be missed.

I am sure if you visit once you would not be able to resist yourself to visit again and again as the food is so delicious plus not expensive either. The only negative point is there is not much variety for the vegetarians.