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  • mango tree lounge & cafe fortcochin: seafood grill at its best

    by traverasuraj Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Mango Tree lounge & cafe is located at princess street fort cochin above cafe cofee day. very famous for sea food grills,bistro,italian and continental foods.excellent indian tandoor also there. the major attraction is the presence of more than 70 years old Mango tree and rich heritage ambience in the restaurant.never miss the chance to sit under the mango tree with excellent music and tasty choice of dishes.worth visiting the restaurant.different experience
    all the best travera

    Favorite Dish: grilled pomfret wrapped in banana leaves and traditional kerala appam. try it out hot.appam has got brown lace around and the grilled fish will give you a tempting aroma of banana leaves.

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    Cafe Delmar, Salt and White Pepper: Cheap snacks

    by illumina Written Dec 18, 2010

    If you're just looking to stop for a quick snack on your way around Fort Kochi, this is quite a good place. Just a small hut with some tables outside, they do sandwiches, chips, cheese on toast etc for 40-80INR.

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    Grand Pavilion @ Hotel Grand: Check out the Kerala food here

    by bungi333 Updated Sep 16, 2010

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    Although this is multi cuisine restaurant, you should try their Kerala food.

    We ate appam, idiappam, fish molee, karimeen polichadhu and shrimps. Each dish had good flavours built in.

    The ambience is real nice. However, be prepared to wait a bit as it tends to be crowded.

    Favorite Dish: Karimeen polichadu - It is marinated pomfret fish that's wrapped in banana leaf and cooked.
    Their appams and idiappams tasted amazing too. So did their fish molee.

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    Ceylon Bake House: Known for its Kerala food

    by bungi333 Written Sep 16, 2010

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    I haven't been to this restaurant, but this was the place my brother wanted to take us first. Since it was shut, we ended up in Grand Pavilion. Hence, this is my brother's review.

    He says that they serve even better food than Grand Pavilion. Their flavours are better. And they serve it at nearly half the price compared to Grand.

    Favorite Dish: I would recommend the same things i tried at Grand. Karimeen Polichadhu, appam, idiappam, fish molee and shrimps.

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    Kashi Art Cafe: A cozy coffee place

    by bungi333 Written Aug 17, 2010

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    It is a great place to have a cuppa after walking around Fort Kochi and Jew Town. Must try their home-made cakes.

    For those who like real coffee and have gotten tired of the sweet instant coffees that people usually serve up here, this place sells good coffee. My friends and i went in for the plunger. :-)

    Also love this place because they don't sell water in plastic bottles. They sell water in sterilized glass bottles. I think they might be willing to refill your bottles. Not sure.

    They also have an art gallery.

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    The Restaurant: Lunch at Metropolitan Hotel ..full of techies

    by cochinjew Written Feb 13, 2010

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    A buffet dinner..
    excellent curries from kerala and a smattering of north indian food but the food is Kerala Spice.. and you would be surprised to know that the chef is from Nepal.. he told me that most of the chefs in this part of the world are from Nepal.. I remember seeing Nepali people cooking at the Fort Cochin area as well.
    Suresh took me and Sunil to Lunch. A sumptous lunch, cost us less than 8 usd for three... great value..

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    Casa Linda: Good food

    by kamaferro Written Jan 28, 2010

    Good food and friendly service at reasonable price. Don't be scared by location or building, is really very good food, trust an Italian. Must try. Good French and Indian dishes.

    Favorite Dish: Anything is good quality

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    Fish Market: Fresh Fish!

    by suvanki Updated Oct 30, 2009

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    Fish market, Cochin, Kerala

    The fish market offers a variety of fish and shell fish/ seafood etc. This is where the locals come to shop, and is a good place to stock up if you're self catering.

    Local fishermen sell the fish here that has been caught recently, either by boat, or in the cantilevered nets.

    A 'different dining experience' is to chose the fish you'd like to eat, wait for it to be weighed, agree on a price, then carry your purchase to the nearby grills, where your fish will be cooked and served.

    I'm not sure if this is just grilled, or if your fish could be made into a hot, spicy dish.

    I'm afraid that I didn't get the chance to do this, but hopefully one day I'll get the chance to return to Cochin, and try this out

    Favorite Dish: All the fish looked very fresh, so it would have been hard to decide.

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    Chariot Beach Restaurant: Popular with tourists

    by Willettsworld Written Sep 21, 2009

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    This place is very popular with western tourists and was very full when I ate here with a Swiss couple I met up with in Ooty. You can watch one of the chef's cooking naan's, prawns and fish on skewers in a large circular metal oven on wheels outside near your table. Food was pretty good plus they also sell "special tea", otherwise known as beer which comes served in teapots in order to keep local plod happy!

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    Fish: everywhere!

    by Willettsworld Written Sep 21, 2009

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    Kochi is home to some wonderful seafood restaurants. If you walk along the waterfront near the Chinese fishing nets, you'll see lots of stalls displaying their daily catch and they'll cook it for you, there and then! On offer are large and tiger prawns, shrimps, scampi and various types of fish that I don't know the name of. I had some large prawns at one place along with some salad and rice plus a drink for Rs320. Great stuff!

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    Teapot: Great place for coffee...oh and tea!

    by Willettsworld Written Sep 21, 2009

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    Came here for breakfast in the mornings and this place is very nice with teapots suspended from the ceiling. As the name suggests it's a great place to have a tea or cafe with a huge range on offer plus some great cakes like Death by Chocolate. The tables are made of tea chests, their stencilled writings proudly proclaiming: Produce of India. Tea accessories like strainers, tea balls, tea cosies, milk jugs and sugar pots; the entire tea paraphernalia is on display.

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    Ritz restaurant: A good place for Appam

    by cochinjew Written Jan 9, 2009

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    People who had invited me to cochin had put a car and a driver at my disposal, so i decided to take advantage of it, by asking the driver to take me to the best place for Appam nearby . he drove to MG road in Ernakulam and there it was appam with the gravy.. very tasty indeed

    Favorite Dish: Appam of course

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    Hotel Cochin Fort: Good Keralan Food

    by PierreZA Written Nov 1, 2008

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    Hotel Cochin Fort

    I had a few meals at this restaurant. They serve South Indian food, and I had some very good food here. During my last visit (Oct 2008) they had a staff problem and service was poor, as was some of the food (ice cold rice).
    You will see people drinkning "tea" from teapots and mugs - tat is actually how they serve there ice cold beer!

    Favorite Dish: Keralan Food

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    Restaurant at Airlines Hotel, Vasantha Vihar: Antacid anyone?

    by cochinjew Updated Oct 16, 2008

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    a very large dosai..

    There are so many places to eat in Cochin that once in a while you walk in to a place and the simplicity turns out to be a danger. If they go a little heavy on the ghee or the oil, pitta ayurvedic types will suffer from dyspepsia...

    Favorite Dish: Masala Dosai as in the picture and soon after that a tablet of Nexium, a proton pump inhibitor for dyspepsia..

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    Fort House Restaurant: Dining by the Shore

    by cochinjew Written Aug 28, 2008
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    Dinner at Fort House Restaurant
    We had celebrated the new year 2007 here, a nice dinner and some fireworks. I had not been back since then, even though I was here twice in 2007.
    After being so disappointed by Talk of the Town, after the lovely massage we had decided to eat at the Fort House Restaurant. Since its humble beginnings in 1997 when there were just a few cottages and I had stayed in one of them in 1999, now there are two storied accommodations but the restaurant at the edge of the water remains the same, unchanged, including the seating and the chairs and the tables. I fondly thought of one of my earliest visits to cochin in 1995 when I stayed at the nearby Seagull hotel at that time one of the few places to stay, in a run down room which cost 8 usd at that time! Also remember there was a strike and no autorikshaws were available and we had to catch a lift in a Police Car to the old airport in Willingdon Island.
    Prawn curry Kerala style 120
    Okra curry 80
    Coconut rice 50
    Kerala parotta 20
    Lime soda 20
    Lime ginger soda 25

    Tip 25
    There were two couples from Italy sitting next to us, who ate French fries with rice! Certainly the travelling Europeans are tired of the Indian food?
    One Indian couple were also dining.

    Favorite Dish: Okra Curry
    Appam
    Parotta
    Aubergine curry

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