Dec 18, 2022

Sea Spice by 7 star

pleasant setting 
Todays lunch out was at Sea Spice by 7 star...the Mangalorean Sea food Restaurant at Shetty Gardenia Hotel. The Hotel is at Banashankari in a not so posh locality. But the food here is one of the best in Bengaluru. It was introduced by my friend and ex colleague Sanjay Prasad way back in 2013 when our families had a dinner out here. Since then, Sea spice has been a regular to us. The multi cuisine restaurant is predominantly Mangalorean in style with its unique flavor.  
The interior ambience is pleasant but nothing special to write about.

My wife and daughter enjoy their soups!

Over the years , we have settled down on some of the favorites on the menu. As usual, we started with the cream of mushroom soup which is my wife's favorite. We followed the soup with my favorite  starters - crispy honey veggies and Squid pepper fry. Next we ordered Nithila's favorite Prawn Ghee roast that literally melted in our mouth. We were a bit disappointed that Clams were not available today. We tried their Veg Ball Manchurian for the first time. But it didn't make it to our favorite list. The tandoori Pomfret was quite delicious but expensive.

Next in line was their signature Chicken Satay...the Satays here are uniquely Mangalorean is style and their peanut masala is lip smacking! For the vegetarians, they have an equally tasty Paneer and babycorn satay as well. The Satays are a must try here! 

For the main course we kept it light with their Neer Dosas. We finished with the tasty Coconut Pudding for dessert ! We came out with smiles :)

Cream of Mushroom soup

Crispy veggies with honey

Squid pepper fry

Veg ball Manchurian

Ghee roast Prawns

Chicken Satay - a must try here!

Neer Dosa - the Mangalorean version of appam

Coconut Pudding dessert

Nithila at the Sea spice lobby


Tandoori Pomfret 


  1. Anonymous9:22 PM

    Wonderful start to my day, looks delicious. I'm off to lunch now!!!

  2. Great food! The Chicken satay and the coconut pudding look very tempting to me!
    The last photo with your charming daughter near the tree, is a reminder of the approaching Christmas holiday.

    1. Thanks Dutta. Yes, Christmas season is evident everywhere :)

  3. It is way toooo long since we have eaten out.

  4. Looks delicious!

    Hey, a Christmas tree! Are they common in India?

    1. Yes, quite common here Sandi

  5. Coconut pudding looks delicious. Mithila is charming.

  6. THat meal looks yummy. And nice to see your family too. Happy new week.

  7. This all looks so delicious, great place for food! Valerie