Talli Turmeric – Worli
Such a unique name this place has. Have a really wide variety of menu which covers almost all of my favourite food which suits my palate.
They have tables decorated with the diyas which make the feeling to get comfortable. The staff here is attentive and really helps in suggesting food there.
Enough options available in mocktails as well which covers a lot of the palates to which this suits.
I started with the Ginger Minger drink. Was having strong presence of ginger along with a slight tangy taste suiting the palate as balancing the sourness as well. I would recommend to those who like ginger in their drinks.
Thought to give a try to their favourite kokum spiritz. Tangy drink with a soda base having a really good flavour of kokum in it making this a mocktail worth trying.
Then the staff helped me in deciding some delicious appetizer from their menu and i finally concluded to try their Tandoori Prawns. These were really very big in size with their marinating spices making it spicy and then tandoored to give a perfect enhancing taste.
Mangalorean Kori Ghee Roast was a perfect appetizer here in chicken. The quantity served was good enough. Wasn’t not too heavy as well so we tried one more appetizer, which was Mutton Seekh Kebab. Served 4 pieces of long seekh with some spicy green chutney which tasted good in terms of spice level.
In main course the staff suggested to try Dum Ki Nalli with some Butter nan which was a perfect combo. The mutton nalli with the gravy were spicy enough to call for the other mocktail which was Aam Panna. This was thick in consistency and slightly tangy in taste but was a good option with the spicy Dum ki Nalli.
I even tried the favourite Kozhi Chettinad with the Malbar paratha which the staff recommended to me. It was perfect. The presentation was unique in this dish and it went perfect in taste with the Malbar Paratha which was very heavy as well.
I ended this meal with Payassam and Jalebi with Rabdi. The jalebi were quite crispy with freshly prepared rabdi and its a evergreen combination as always. The payassam tasted much more on the coconutty side and was slightly less sweet.
I would recommend you to try jalebi with rabdi here.
The service was quick and time required to prepare the dishes were quite less and the kitchen is also open so you can keep a watch on their hygienics.