In terms of success, Machali is 10/10. Even on weekdays, it can be hard to get a seat. Located near Vidhyalaya Sharada, a circle of Navabharath. Lots of non-residents, including those who work away from Mangalore, when they visit Mangalore, cannot come over here. Everbody typically goes to Machali, because their food speaks so much about the fine culture of Mangalore seafood.
One of South Indian cuisine’s main food fish. It’s a perfect start to a discussion if you’re with your mates competing for the last one of this mad little fish you’d never be happy with.
Anjal is English-language kingfish and very popular among Mangaloreans. We asked Machali to bring us their famous Anjal-made dish. We were presented with the Anjal Tawa fry, to try. A thin-sliced, thick fat Anjal slice coated with Tawa masala and fried was served on a banana leaf with lemons and onions to add extra flavors.
Seafood, Mangalorean, South Indian