Mangaluru: Inaasam’s Pereira Hotel turns 100 – Satiating taste buds since a century


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Mangaluru, Dec 7: Standing proud in the center of the city, Pereira’s Hotel, popularly known as ‘Inaasam’s’ after its founder the late Ignatius Pereira, completes a century of churning out authentic Mangalurean cuisine and satisfying generations of customers. Established in 1921, it primarily catered to the homely ‘sheethkady’ (fish curry and rice) and other traditional Mangalurean Catholic food cooked on firewood which gave it a distinct homemade flavour. It has stood the test of time by maintaining its old world charm yet moving forward to cater to new demands in the market. It is this quality which has made Pereira’s a household name in the entire district and far beyond for the last 100 years. Older generations of Mangalureans from all over the world still speak fondly of their yesteryear meals at Pereira’s, delicious and affordable.

Born in Pezaron August 29, 1893 to Rosario Pereira and Maria Pereira, Ignatius Pereira started his hotel in 1921, becoming one of the pioneers in the hotel industry. He started his venture on the first floor of a building opposite the Milagres Church. The hotel was blessed by the then Milagres parish priest. Inaasam (as Ignatius was fondly called), then shifted his business to the Arouza Building in Hampankatta after which he bought the present premises which was initially a small cottage-like structure. The present two-storey construction named ‘Ignatius Pereira Building’ was put up in 1966 with the restaurant on the ground floor and lodging facilities above.

Ignatius Pereira was a man with a simple background who had the needs of the common man at heart. A philanthropist by nature, he was always ready to sacrifice for the poor and needy. Free food and meagre lodging charges forthose in need made him even more popular. He provided safe economical stay for travelers from in and around the district. Conducting the last rites for unclaimed dead bodies was Inaasam’s major social service.

Inaasam was the second child of Rosario and Maria Pereira. He had a brother and sister. He married Laetitia Sequeira in 1918 and they had nine children, Gertrude, William, Charles, Marie, Cecelia, Denis, Alfred, Edward and Angelina. In the initial years, his wife and sons helped him in the business. Though popularly known as Inaasam’s hotel, it was actually named ‘William Pereira Hotel’ after his eldest son. William Pereira improved and successfully ran the business for a decade after the death of his father on 7 December 1975. The business is now run by Inaasam’s grandson Oliver Pereira.

Pereira’s Restaurant, as it is now called, has stood tall and survived the vagaries of the business climate. This is one of the few ventures started by the old Mangalurean Catholic community which has still kept the ideals and motto of their founder through the generations.It continues to satisfy the yearnings of those longing for authentic Mangalurean food and at the same time caters to the tastebuds of the new generation. Their beef sukha, beef chilly, pork bafat, pork chilly, beef steak and fish curry get the same 5 star reviews as their cheese naan, chicken alfresco, lemon pork, prawns butter pepper garlic and stuffed rotis, a testimony to Pereira’s moving with the times. It is not just continuing the legacy and dream of its founder, but with its multi-cuisine menu, is now catering to a wider customer base.

The management and staff are grateful to the visionary Ignatius Pereira for the rich heritage passed on to them and to everyone who has been part of their 100 year journey.

 

 

 

 

  

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  • Mrs. a. f. d souza, kundapur/mumbai

    Fri, Dec 10 2021

    congtatulations to inaasam's pereira hotel turning a century. i remember we had picnic to see bajpe airport. it was in 1965 we from maryknoll higher primary school, barkur, we students were taken to see bajpe airport. and afternoon lunch was arranged at this pereira hotel, hampankatta mangalore. wish you all the best and Gods blessings .

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  • Prabhu, DK/Canada

    Wed, Dec 08 2021

    Congratulations on this centenary. Best of luck. Now that beef is banned by BJP, what happened to beef curry and the like! I am just curious. BTW it is hardly mentioned that some of the finest ladies cow-leather bags come from India. Some of them cost as much as $ Can 200 dollars that is roughly equivalent to 10,000 Rs. The business is run by BJP exporters!

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  • Carol, Houston, Texas

    Wed, Dec 08 2021

    Congratulations Oliver for keeping the legacies alive! As Ceceilia's daughter, I remember visiting my grandparents. The first stop after getting off the train was to go to the hotel and my uncle (Charles) shop in the same building. The smells, the warmth, the food and talking in Konkani were the first things. Today those bring back very good memories of my childhood. I especially loved seeing my cousin sisters, Syra and Selma, and Helen Aunty too. I miss my grandmother's gentleness. And my grandfather bringing special tasty food back from the hotel in the evenings. Hope this continues for 100+ years more!! All the best!

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  • Oren, Kapikad

    Wed, Dec 08 2021

    I love beef chilly very very much , I always order from pereira hotel ,deliciousness overloaded!!

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  • Praveen B.K., Bengaluru

    Wed, Dec 08 2021

    When I was studying in Govt College, I used to take my lunch at Pereira Hotel. Sometimes in the evenings I used to enjoy hot beef steak! I liked beef chilly and beef sukka very much. Also I used to relish pork roast and pork masala. Whenever I visit Manalore I never miss a lunch at Pereira Hotel. Still I like beef chilly very much. Congratulations to Pereira Hotel owner and the staff.

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  • Godfrey D'Souza, Mangalore/Mumbai

    Wed, Dec 08 2021

    Congratulations to the Pereira family and Oliver in particular on the centenary of our beloved Inasaam's hotel. Every time we are in Mangalore a visit or two has to be on the itinerary. Mouth watering dishes indeed, with a lovely service. Eating rice and fish curry does bring memories of my mother's cooking. A cup of piping hot soup for an appetiser is great. Wish you Oliver a great future as you carry forward a great tradition of your grandfather. Greetings to Denver too who assists his dad in modernising the institution. Stella and Godfrey D'Souza, Mumbai.

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  • Jairam Mulki, Moodabidri

    Wed, Dec 08 2021

    They should make this hotel a tourism spot for its history. Very few places are left.

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  • Gilbert Dsouza, Mangalore

    Wed, Dec 08 2021

    Congrats.. Oliver... really God blessed you keep businesses 100 year...with love and hard work .God bless you..all

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  • Louis Mendonca, Yekkar / Mumbai

    Wed, Dec 08 2021

    I have not visited this hotel, but heard about it from our elders, In 1940 to 1965,.my grandfather, used to go walking from our village (20 miles away), with cattle (to trade old bulls & cows for younger ones). He used to stay overnight at his hotel, which was well known for the hospitality & person attention, given by Pereira family to their comfortable & safe stay. We thank them.

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  • Rony Rodrigues, Mangalore/Brisbane

    Wed, Dec 08 2021

    Glad to know the place is still running. Congratulations to Oliver who has taken over the business. keep the name of Inaasam forever. I have fond memories of this place as Inaasam's grandson Ozzy was my friend in early 70's. I still go and have a meal there whenever I visit Managlore, to refresh beautiful old memories.

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  • Edwin D Souza Chicago, Angelore now Chicago

    Wed, Dec 08 2021

    I used to go to Inasams hotel every afternoon when I worked in Mangalore until 1972. Great taste to his beef sukka, pork special, ext, ext. Now away from Mangalore I wish every success to his grandson.

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  • Leela and Owen, Boston, USA

    Wed, Dec 08 2021

    It is wonderful to read about our great grandparents and Inasaam's Hotel in Mangalur which we visited when we were small and ate the amazing food. We are sad that we never met them but happy we had our lovely grandmother, their daughter Cecilia in our lives, cooking the lovely food she told us she had learned from her Mai. We hope to visit Mangalur and our cousins and uncles again one day soon. Thank you Daijiworld for this article. We will save it for our own children to read one day.

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  • Dr. Sandra Lobo, Mangalore/Boston USA

    Wed, Dec 08 2021

    Congratulations to Pereira's Hotel, Oliver and all the Pereira children and grandchildren, especially Nigel Pereira and Ian D'Silva (grandson and greatgrandson) who have contributed so much to Mangalur and to the success and happiness of my grandparents and their family . My mother was Cecilia, the fourth child, she sang beautifully like St Cecilia the patron saint of music - and was a fabulous cook just like my grandmother Letitia. I have very fond memories of visiting my grandparents every Christmas . My grandmother was an incredible cook with a genius memory and also so kind and sweet and loving, especially to us kids. She was inspirational and foundational to the success of this establishment. My grandfather Inaasam was a very generous and charitable man. He gave away free meals for decades - to individuals and to large groups, often those associated with Milagres Church were so many of our family , my parents included, were baptised, married and buried. If not for COVID we would have had a grand gathering of the extended family in Mangalore this year with Oliver. Best wishes and good health to all in the place of my birth!

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  • mohan prabhu, mangalore/canada

    Wed, Dec 08 2021

    Congratulations to Inasam Pereira's hotel on completion of a century. I remember, way back in April 1942 we had a famous chef who managed the wedding dinner of my sister, and if I remember his name was INASAM. His team did a fantastic job and all the leftovers at the end of the mid-day meal were given to the Lepers who were gathered outside (on my father's invitation) the "mandap" that had been erected by Kankanady Hospital workers where my father used to work then as senai. (We lived in Kankanady PumpWell compound (still shown on the Mangalore map). I think it was the same INASAM. Those were the days, and even after 79 years of that wedding, I still remember as I was 11 years old then. I guess none of the Commentators remember those days! The only other iconic business, which is still going strong and moved from Balmatta to Hampankatta, and which I remember to this day (and whenever I visit Mangalore - the last in 2017 Christmas), I visit the new business place. It was the VAZ BAKERY and I remember the founder Emmanuel (Mona) Vaz and his son Sebastian (BOSTHU) as the bakery was just opposite the house on Sanyasi Gudda where we lived before moving to Kankanady. It was founded in 1905. Long Live Inasam Pereira's hotel and the Vaz Bakery continue for several more generations.

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  • Dr Sandra Lobo, Mangalore/Boston

    Wed, Dec 08 2021

    Hi Mohan, Thank you for your very kind message about my grandparents' hotel. You are a very distinguished man greatly respected in Canada - who is also very proud of his Mangaluru/Konkani heritage! Not sure what 'simple' means but Inaasam was a very intelligent man with loyal customers who appreciated both his food and his big heart. I also loved my Uncle Willy who was honest and generous to a fault and took over the hotel after my grandfather died. Proud to be a Pereira!!

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  • Manohar, Udupi

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    Only place cooked Dukra maas avaliable in those days in hotels........

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  • Ben D'Souza Prabhu, Mangalore, Bombay Bandra now in Canada

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    My Happy Greetings and Congrats to our beloved ' Pereira ' Lineage for Conducting this " Inaasam's Hotel " flavour at our Hampankatta in Mangalore. Praying our Graceful Lord to Bless them Well always. My Best of Luck WISHES to you all Pereira Households. T H A N K S !!!

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  • Joe Britto, Nakre/Bangalore

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    In 1983 I tasted their sumptuous Lunch . Simple food but absolutely tasty . Completing a century is no joke and calls for a review and makeup .

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  • HENRY MISQUITH, india

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    For any business to be around for 100 years is special. When it’s a family restaurant — and it’s been run by the same family all that time, it’s really special. Congrats on celebrating its centennial.

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  • Jossie Mascarenhas, Bajpe

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    Congratulations and all the best for the future. Cannot forget the Beef Chilly Fry available only after 1.30 pm during my college days. Still looking for same taste in Pereira's now or other restaurants and on YouTube. But no way. Its lost along with the Chef 😢

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  • Leonard Lewis, Bendoorwell, Mangalore/Richboro, USA

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    May God bless Inaasam and his family. May the hotel continue to flourish in the years, decades and centuries to come.

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  • C. Govias, Mangalore

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    Congratulations to Inasaam and his entire family for withstanding the test of time even during these difficult days. Wishing the Pereira family a wonderful future in the Pereira restaurant and lodge. All the best to Olivier it’s present owner.

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  • Minu, Margao

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    I am very happy seeing this article. Best wishes to the Pereira family, - Greetings from you regular patron.

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  • ignatius, DUBAI

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    It was a place for most of the semirnarians to stay and to travel early in the monrning to north india. Grate place...may their kids/and grand kids please move it forward...any help required please we will support...may his name cherish ....

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  • C. D'Souza, Mangalore.

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    Had their signature INAASAM'S ( Pereira's Hotel ) today but taste is not up to the mark. Either they have lost their chef or quality has gone down. Its consecutive second time I felt it. The new generation is struggling to find good cooks and other staff for they are not loyal as then when the restaurant started on hundred years ago. This kind of administration is not taught in any MBA around the world. What ever skill this generation has does not work. This industry workers are not bothered about work, for the government gives them enough ration to survive. This is the ground reality of this single based owner .

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  • Leo Dsouza, Pezar/ Nerul, Navi Mumbai

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    I stayed in Inaasam's hotel for ten days during my exams of S.S.L.C. along with my two classmates @ Rs.5/ per day in the year 1969 April month. It was a wonderful stay with many a times free food if Inaasam was around. I never miss at least one meal during my every visit to Mangalore even now. God Bless Pereira Family.

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  • Kamath, Mangalore

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    Hats off to the family! Indeed a great achievement. Very rare to see a family business run successfully for over a century.

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  • Lavina, bijai

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    My late Husbands one of the favorite restaurant in Mangalore . Inasamache hotel. He would never come back to Kuwait without having at least one meal in your restaurant. God bless this restaurant. great food/authentic dishes , value for money .

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  • Satya, Mangalore

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    For all those people specially the Catholic community, visiting the united district HQ of Mangalore from far flung areas like Kundapur, Puttur, Karkala, Belthangady or even the neighboring districts of North Kanara, Chickmagalur, Shimoga or Coorg for any documentation, government work or even shopping, Inasam's hotel was a must stop for lunch, dinner or lodging. Congratulations on completing 100 years and I wish and pray they continue for another century at least.

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  • OSWALD VAZ, THOTTAM / BAHRAIN

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    I ate their food nearly 50 years back. At that time it is the only Non -veg Good HOTEL in Mangalore. It was very Famous at that time. Still surviving is a Great Achievement.

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  • Mervin Pinto, Mangalore/Dubai

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    Can't forget beef stake in the evenings used to get, the best stake, it used get over in short time, had lunch regularly during my college days, excellent food for very reasonable money. Wishing them good luck for present & future.

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  • Flavian, Mangalore/Kuwait

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    Cynthia, R3 answered your query. fyi I never practiced gym but I used to do some work outs at my premises. Also, I never went to Inasam's hotel with my gf that place is not a lovers meeting center. For the purpose Red Rose, Komals, Ideal , Ryans or some Parks. Safe and best Cinema hall. That Amrith Theater was the only AC theater available. Even if no Ac no problem good atmosphere used to greet !

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  • Cynthia, Dk

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    Ok genius....Except ideal and komal's bakery, i do not know any other places you mentioned your romantic dictionary.....Happy to see R³'s reply.....

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  • Sheehan R. Dsouza, Malpe

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    Pereira's Hotel - The best... Always.... Mouth watering dishes..... Introduced to me by my Dad (Archie Dsouza, when he used to go to this hotel during his college days ) . I still can remember my first lunch there...... Thereafter introduced my other friends to this hotel...... They loved the taste .There was this beef soup and beef steak too... which was out of the world . Post lunch... Tiramisu ice cream from ideals would seal the day. Thank you Pireiras Hotel for the best food on our plate..... Thank you again...

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  • Fredrick Sequeira, Kallianpur

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    Hats off to the Late Inasaam for venturing into establishing a thorough Mangalorean cuisine restaurant. We from the Udupi Dist (I hail from Barkur) never missed the opportunity to dine at this Pereiram's hotel for lunch whenever we used to come to Mangalore for domestic works. Relished the beef curry pork curry n fish.These are embedded in my memories.the period when this hotel had its shutters down we had to face disappointment n look for other restaurants. Wish the present Management every success n bright future.

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  • RkR, Mangalore/ Dubai

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    Memories never fade!!

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  • Sandhya, Mangalore

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    My mom proudly says that my great grand mom use to sell fish to this restaurant everyday with out fail and my grand father when ever he catches the best fish , he use to delivers to Inaasam’s restaurant :) Hope to visit this restaurant soon

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  • Lloyd, DK/ UK

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    Pork Chilly + Sana/ Bread + Kingfisher = Aaahhh!

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  • Cyril G.Sequeira, Valencia, Mangalore

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    Congratulations and Best wishes to Mr.Oliver Pereira and the staff on hitting a century! Respectful homage to Inasam, the founder of Pereira Hotel. Viva Hotel Pereira!!

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  • Alwyn Pinto, Derebail / Dubai

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    Congratulations and best wishes on completion of 100 years. We were regular visitors to INAASAM hotel during our school/college days. We recall that taste of special items and still visiting our favourite Pereira's restaurant. Let continue the restaurant another 100+ years.

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  • Roshan Moras, Madanthyar

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    Best wishes to Pereira Restaurant

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  • Flavian, Mangalore/Kuwait

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    Cynthia, Dk "Flavian...its your day....celebrate...You were the permanent customer na in your love life....???" Not only my day it's the time immemorial for Thousands of people (of all ages, Body builders (irrespective of community & religion) from Balanjjina gymn straight to Pereira hotel to relish Beef steak or Chops only Rs. 2.- or bit more ! Members from Sang Parivar, BD/MP no restriction. Even we could take our own stuff and sit for hours. Those were the days. Coincidently, I am too Pereira. Later started Mangala, Costa, Trophicana, Holywood, Dolphins so on.

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  • Cynthia, Dk

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    Woww....nice to know you are too Pereirammm....Where's Balanjaneya gym in Mangaluru? Beautiful memories of your past to cherish....👍👍

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  • Ram Rahim Robert, manglaore

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    hello baaye...balanjaneya gym BEM school opposite Balaji talkies asa....bari famous gym....pereiramacha hotelak sanjer gelyar poora thanchi patlam asthali...eka timer...athan gothuna...haanve vosanashe sumar themp jalo.....

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  • Cynthia, Dk

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    Ho ho ho...R³.....tuka sodun sodun puro zale maka....dolyanth dole dovorn tuka sodhtali...ok ok...atha melloy....sanjer voson poletha ....thi kenchi vodli patlam mun....tu kaay bhiyenaka.....jirgi mirsang vatun spray bottles born vortha. Aaz thene yenaka tu....

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  • Ram Rahim Robert, manglaore

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    pepper spraychi garaz na...thi area bori area...poora amchigele asath....yethana carstreet rasthyar..podi, chattambade unhoni melthath...ille kangevn..sabonuth..vos...dev bori saanz magntha..

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  • Cynthia, Dk

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    Tukaay dev bori saanz manestha......Zaith...chattambade ghevn thei bair sarli...Kei the exactly car street gi ?

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Raheja Waterfront

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    Cynthia, Balanjjina Gymn is only for Body Builders ...

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  • Ruben pinto, Mangalore/Australia

    Wed, Dec 08 2021

    thanks to Insams tasty and cheap pork/beef, the body builders got their muscle. The sajjege/kali dosa for the same price would not done the trick.

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  • Valerian Baretto, Bantwal Bangalore Rajajinagar

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    I remember, early in 1970s, Inasam used to give boiled rice with fish curry for 6 annas or 36 paises. I had tasted it many times during my tenure in Mangalore between 1960 and 1963. May his family prosper.

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  • Wilson Saldanha, Shirthady/Kuwait

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    Couple of years back I visited the place to get some take away after a gap of almost 30 years. I got emotional to visit the place. We used to come all the way from Shirthady to taste their delicacies during 70's and 80's. That was the only place where we could taste good food at affordable price. Mangalore visit without visiting Inaasam’s Pereira Hotel was incomplete. Inaasam’s Pereira Hotel is not a hotel. It is Mangalorean's emotion which present generation will not understand.

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  • aithappa moolya, udupi

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    my mouth started salivating while reading..."beef sukha, beef chilly, pork bafat, pork chilly, beef steak and fish curry get the same 5 star reviews as their cheese naan, chicken alfresco, lemon pork, prawns butter pepper garlic and stuffed rotis,...ha ha ha...will visit soon...

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  • Roney, Mangalure

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    Yesss, mouth-watering

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  • Cynthia, Dk

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    Flavian...its your day....celebrate...You were the permanent customer na in your love life....???

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  • sanjay pinto, manglaore

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    awesome beef steak in the evenings i used to eat long ago...now dont know whether it is made or not...

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Raheja Waterfront

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    Let the Celebrations & Good Food Continue ...

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  • George Dsouza, I.C.Colony, Borivali

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    70 years back my parents and our family

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  • George Dsouza, I.C.Colony, Borivali

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    I remember your hot rice water (neece)served to customers as a precaution for health. When in college in Mangalore i used enjoy beef chillyfry. I remember your generosity in providing free meals to students. God bless you always

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  • Kevin Fernandes, Mangalore/Mumbai

    Tue, Dec 07 2021

    Which college ? George. I am from St Aloysius PUC batch 1979

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