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Set in the perfection location of Marari Beach, we were looking forward to our lunch. However, there were only three options available on the menu and by the time we ordered, this was down to two; we had fried Tuna and fried mackerel. We waited...around an hour for our food and when it came it was distinctly average. The flavours were OK but the inclusion of rice and other little additional extras included in the price were welcome. This restaurant has potential to be lovely but I would avoid if searching for authentic Indian cuisine.More
We were the first people there on the evening and the guy opened up for us. The menu was simple and limited but the food was good, wholesome and very reasonable. The people were helpful but sort of shy. Later another couple came and joined...us and it made for a nice evening. If you're a backpacker or just want a complete change then give it a go.More
Carol Days (named after the period when we sing carols at Xmas rather than a person) is a lovely relaxed cafe on a beautiful unspoilt part of Mararikulum Beach. King prawns, fish and calamari all freshly supplied by local fishermen and cooked in a tiny...kitchen.More
Lovely small, unpretentious beach restaurant - good food, if not a lot of it; beers available if you're discreet! A great place to sit, relax and meet and help some lovely local people. Massages available too.
Ordered grilled fish, got two small pieces of the fish. Disappointed as the restaurant is on the beach and there are a lot of fishermen as well as fish. If they offer two small pieces at the price that in other restaurants gets you the...whole fish then they should state so in the menu. Tourist trap!More
Date of visit: January 2019
caroldays, General Manager at Carol Days, responded to this reviewResponded 11 January 2019
Thank you for your valuable comment. We are really sorry to dissapointed you.
You ordered KING FISH, the whole fish cost 3,000/- rupees and above. For 400/- rupees we can only provide 2 large pieces with fried rice, veg curries, and dessert included. King fish...More
Jerome and Judith were very welcoming and made us an excellent lunch with fish he had been out and caught that morning. We had a nice long chat about their life and ours and paid a very reasonable bill of just under £5:00 each, amazing...value for a delightful lunch in a stunning setting. Highly recommended. Thank you both. Nick and Amanda.More