Dine amidst the rushing angelfishes through the waters. This is just one of majestic feelings you’ll go through being in The Real Poseidon Underwater Restaurant.
The word Poseidon refers to the God of Sea. Well, Poseidon has been the name of a number of fiction ships. But, what we are presenting to you is The Real Poseidon. Real Poseidon is perhaps one of the first underwater restaurants of India and it is possibly coming to be one of the topmost underwater restaurants in Asia.
Located in an easily accessible suburb of Ahmedabad, Gujarat, the restaurant offers a unique choice to its visitors to feel a one-of-a-kind underwater dining experience within the city. The huge aquarium which houses the luxurious restaurant is a habitat of world’s finest species of fishes.
Monday Menu Special Maxicon Bean tacos, Panner Butter Masala, Subji Hariyali , Spaghetti Aglio-oilo, Burmesse khowsuey, Thai - Kari - Red , Baked macaroni with pineapple, Veg. Pulav, Dal fry etc.
Tuesday Menu Special Paneer Toofani, Dum Aloo Panjabi, Veg. Jaipuri, Penne Arabita, Veg.Florentine , Veg. Thai curry Green., Steam Rice , Dal Tadka etc.
Wednesday Menu Special Panner Tikka Angara, Subji Kheema Masala, Spaghetti Tomato and Basil, Baked Macroni with Corn, Veg. Hot Garlic Sauce , Veg.Fried Rice, Jeera Rice, Dal Makhani etc.
Believe it or not, this dish is eaten as street food in the mainland, and is a quick and simple dish for mothers to get rid of leftover vegetables and noodles.
Noodles are not always eaten as a part of a meal but if it is, it is eaten in a bowl in broth or in dry form with a thick sauce or paste to add some flavour. Mind you, the noodles are not stir fried. It's like a meal in a bowl with chunks of vegetables, tofu and meat that add as side dishes. Condiments of dried chilli paste, chillies soaked in soya sauce and sweet chillies are served on the side in case the diner would like to customize the intensity of the flavour.
Ah the Manchurian, a.k.a, a ball of smashed cauliflower and sliced cabbage coated in flour and deep fried to be finally dunked in a thickened concoction of soya sauce. The far eastern cousin of the beloved kofta.
Little does he know that Manchurian are a people in China who hail from the north-eastern part of the country.Perhaps in a parallel universe, the Chinese have developed a cuisine where Indian food is suited to their tastes. I wouldn't be surprised if they love sweet and spicy chicken skewers called 'punjabi'.
Dimsums are served in classy Chinese restaurants here while momos are found just about anywhere.
Dimsums in China are a tea time favourite. They come in all styles with various fillings ranging from savoury to sweet. soup, red bean paste and lotus paste.
Steamed in bamboo baskets, the skill of the chef is evident from the intricate folds of the pouch and its ability to not break when lifted with chop sticks.
The freshness of papaya tossed with subtle spices, herbs, lime juice and soy sauce. Take a plunge!MORE