Hey guys!

After much DMs and inquiries about when the Kama Mirissa review will be up, it's finally here! Usually it takes me a day to get a review up but this time we spent three days editing our video footage and thats why it took some time. This review was a paid partnership with Kama Mirissa that we did last Saturday. I have been to Mirissa a few times before but I've never left the hotel and explored the beach stretch. Kama Mirissa is the perfect restaurant to hang out with your friends or family and enjoy the beach as well. I have to say that the beach looks much nicer from a birds eye view, I never knew the water was so green/blue in Mirissa. 

When we arrived at the restaurant the staff was super friendly and I asked them what they would like me to review for them. She suggested a few drinks and food items thats considered some of their best dishes. 

For drinks we got the espresso martini (rs.800) but we got it in the sharing option which is a giant martini since there was four of us. If you like coffee then you will definitely fall in love with this drink. It has a strong flavor of coffee which my friend enjoyed very much. We also got the passion fruit frozen margarita (rs.800) which was my favorite out of the three drinks we had. I love anything with a passion fruit flavor to it and it was the ideal drink to beat the heat. They also have multiple flavors of frozen margaritas to chose from, strawberry, raspberry, narang, mango, pineapple, watermelon and lime. The last drink we got was a custom made coconut mojito. This is a drink thats not on the menu but you can get it customized with any fruit you like. It was very similar to a pinacolada, so if you like anything thats coconut flavor you will definitely enjoy this drink as well. My sister was feeling the afternoon heat to much so she ordered a thambili (king coconut) the thambili was like any other thambili, so I'm not going to review a thambili. That reminds me! I think the perfect time to visit is in the morning or evening because it can get a little warm during the afternoon but it's not too bad.

She also wanted us to try their hot butter cuttlefish (rs.800) as it was one of their best appetizers. It was bigger pieces and not the tiny pieces you get in a Chinese restaurant which I really loved. It's also super crispy and needs to be eaten before the dish gets cold. The wood fire pizza was my favorite dish we tried at Kama Mirissa. I'm a huge pizza fan as some of you may already know, so I was pretty pleased with my pizza. They also have the option of customizing your own toppings, so if this is something you would like to try out go for it! The next thing that we tried was the tuna steak stack (rs.1600) This dish was also nice but it's not a dish I would order if I'm chilling on the beach, I personally prefer smaller dishes/finger foods or pizza. However, the portion of the dish is quite good for the price and tasted good as well.  The last dish we had was a vegetarian option which was the potato hash (rs.1200) coated in chickpeas, sun-dried tomatoes and peri peri sauce, served on a bed of homemade naan. This was quite interesting as I've never had anything like it before. I really liked the naan but I still have mixed feelings about the chick pea dish. I'm sure if you're vegetarian you've had dishes like this before and you'll like it. 

We were all so full after finishing all those dishes that we did not have any space left for dessert. I'm sorry for any of you who really look forward to reading about desserts but I did not want to order and waste good food. When you do visit Kama Mirissa I look forward to hearing about the dessert you ordered.

 I hope you enjoyed this review and our little video. We put a lot of hard work in to it as it was the first video using my drone. Again, I always want to thank you guys for reading my blog and for all the postiive feed back you've given me. I look forward to hearing about your time at Kama Mirissa!