Votrasi Imaging: A facbook group created to promote art & especially photography in Mangalore is organizing “Scribble 1.1” – a day full of events. From photography sessions/contests, tattooing, clay modeling to crazy competitions. There is lots of learn, lots to win, lots of fun to have.
Venue: Tagore Park, Light House Hill Road (Near St.Aloysius College), Mangalore
Date: 8th May 2011 (Sunday)
Nammoora Habba, a variety entertainment programme including environment, music,sports,food will be organized at Panamboor Beach this weekend.The programme is to raise funds for planting of saplings, protection of planted saplings and to raise voice against mercy-less killing of plants.
Date: 17 Apr 2011
C Ashwath Bava Namana – Musical extravaganza paying homage to late singer-music director C Ashwath.
Nammoora Nage Habba – Comics by Hasyotsava (Prof.Krishna Gowde & team)
Beach Volleyball for men (9 AM)
Malnad Food Festival – celebrating dishes of malnad region
Vanamahotsava -Plants, Saplings
FabIndia presents a special exhibition of garments and furniture..
Venue: Ladies Club, Light House Hill Road,Hampankatta
Dates: 15-16 April 2011
Time: 10.30am to 8pm
I have been to the different restaurants of Gold Finch on various occassions.
Sana-Di-Ge, which welcomes you in hues of a traditional brass lamp light is my favorite.
Crab ghee roast with Neer Dosa/Appam or Plain rice is a must try for sea food lovers.
Chicken drumstick, crabmeat soup, prawns pulimunchi are other recommended dishes here.
Ragi Manni is one delicious sweet we discovered here.
The Tulu Food festival at Sana Dige was the best assemble of exotic dishes and a heavenly treat for Sea food lovers and Veggies alike. This restaurant is little expensive but best suited for an indulgence in delicacies.
Location:Bunts Hostel Road, Near Jyothi Circle.
Just a few months back, we had blogged about a new restaurant in town called ‘la Oasis’ situated at Bejai Church Road. We had also promised a review. This weekend, we decided to keep our end of the deal to our dear readers. We visited the newly opened restaurant for an early dinner and left quite impressed by the ambiance, hospitality and cusine. La Oasis certainly lives upto its promise of being one of the finest dining experiences we have had in Mangalore.
Situated in the second floor of the newly built Pio Mall, ‘la Oasis’ looks opulent yet inviting. Right from the maharaja who welcomes you at the door with a big smile, to the friendly greeter lady who escorts you to your seat, the initial impression leaves you feeling extremely special without being annoyed. Adorned with various Feng-Shui elements, you first enter a circular hallway with an overhanging logo. The interiors looks innovative and contemporary. The entire lighting is low-key and set in multiple bluish etheral hues reminding you of a nightclub.
The menu had good mix of the familiar Chinese, North Indian and some exotic dishes such as Asian Green Chicken Soup. We opted for the latter and it was an excellent spicy soup similar to the Chicken Machow Soup. The kebabs came in next and they were again some of the best we have had in Mangalore. The marination and grilling was perfect. The impressive cullinary experience was rounded off well with the stuffed rotis (they prefer to call them Masala Rotis), prepared in pure wheat rather than maida.
We didn’t get a chance to visit the roof-top, but from the looks of it, it appears to be sprawling across the entire rooftop of the mall. Apparently, they do have facilities to conduct a big party of over four hundred people or even smaller parties.
To conclude, we would wholeheartedly recommend la Oasis for that extra special experience and delicious food. Keep it up, folks!
Srinivas College of Hotel Management and Vijayalakshmi Institute of Hospitality sciences present
HOG 2011 – Indian Food Festival
* Buffet Service
* Restaurant-like ambience
* Unlimited Entertainment
* Games counter
* Live barbecue, pastries, chat, mocktail counters
Date: 26th March
Time: 6.30 PM Onwards
Venue: Srinivas campus, Pandeshwar (From Hampankatta junction/nehru maidan, keep going straight on that
Chill out at just 99/-
For the First time in Mangalore Titans and Shifting scales Presents-The Beach Carnival!
48 hours of non stop fun and events for everyone!
A not to miss 2 day event including war of the DJs, Battle of the bands, games for all, stunt mania and A performance by FREEWAY 69!
Date: 26,27 March
FROM 9 A.M – 10. 30 P.M
Event website: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=193956913969490
For details on the events contact –
Ultimate rider: -Shihaz- 9964131313
On 27th March 9AM onwards
War of Djs: Borris- 9620772882
On 27 March 4PM Onwards
Battle of the Bands: Austyn- 8867842122
26th March 4PM Onwards
Live Performance by Freeway 69
On 26th March 7PM Onwards
Also includes: Food Fest, Kite Fest
Beach Carnival entry at Rs.30/- only
Battle of the Bands and War of DJ’s each at Rs. 100/- only.
For discounted early-bird passes contact the numbers give above.
The Great Bombay Circus has come to Mangalore town. Starting this friday, Mangaloreans can enjoy the show.
Venue:Karavali Exhibition grounds,Mangalore
Date: 18 March onwards
Timings: 1PM, 4PM, 7PM
Ticket Rates: Rs.40/-, Rs.70/-, Rs.100/-Rs.150/-
For Advance booking Rs.150/: Mob:8951853703/8880020513 (9a.m. to 6 p.m.)
Chinese Roller Act,Cube Pyramid Juggling,Russian Palotna Acrobatics, Chinese Candle Balance,American Limping Board,Russian Spider Ring Act,Vertical Swinging Acrobat,Russian Devil Clown Act, High Wheel Cycle Skipping Act and Pocket Cycle, Russian Clown Skipping Act, Elephant Cricket etc will be the highlights of the 2.5 hour long show.
Note: The above photo is not from this circus.
Annual Kadri Flower show would be conducted this weekend. Flower arrangements, Flower nurseries and related merchandise would be on exhibition and sale. If you want to exhibit your flowers/plants, be on the exhibition venue on 19th.
Venue: Kadri Park
Dates: 19,20 March
Lucknowi Food Festival @ Coral Restaurant in Ocean Pearl
(Veg & Non- Veg)
From March 11 onwards
Timings: 12:30 to 3.30 pm and 7pm to 11pm
Awadhi cuisine from Lucknow is similar to those of Central Asia, the Middle East, and Northern India as well. The cuisine consists of both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. Awadh has been greatly influenced by Mughal cooking techniques, and the cuisine of Lucknow bears similarities to those of Kashmir, Punjab and Hyderabad; and the city is famous for its Nawabi foods.The bawarchis and rakabdars of Awadh gave birth to the dum style of cooking or the art of cooking over a slow fire, which has become synonymous with Lucknow today.