State of Kerala Restaurants

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State of Kerala Restaurants

  • Lighthouse Beach

    The stretch of coast at Lighthouse Beach, is no more than half a mile long, and contains loads of great places to eat. Many of the restaurants are open for the holiday season only, and the people who run them come from all over India to make their money.This means that the food is not just local in style and taste, but made by people from all over...

  • Classy meal in Kochi

    This was my splurge evening meal in Kochi. Good food, great company... yep a lovely relaxing dining experience.

  • Try a Paper Roast

    Wow! .. How big do they get?? hehe the chefs at this local establishment in Sulthan Bathery were amused with my reaction when this arrived at my table.. Give it a go.

  • Lovely food

    We often ate here, as it had wifi , the guy Michael was very friendly and nothing was a problem. Breakfasts were good and you got what you ordered, always remember in India to ask for tea and seperate milk, if you ask for tea with milk you get that tea in hot milk! A couple of afternoons we also had a snack here, vey good and the lemon ginger soda...

  • Chic restaurant, great food & wine

    The Harbour Restaurant is located on beach Road in Alleppey, Kerala so you can sit & look out the window at the Arabian Sea. The beach opposite is quiet most of the time, it seems, but really comes alive on weekend evenings. Harbour has some nice touches in the decor - it's cute, chic and tasteful. Not passionless like so many Indian restaurants...

  • Best restaurants in Town

    I am providing a list of good restaurants in Trivandrum City..You can check out these while you are there...Indian Coffee House,Cafe Magnet, Azad Restaurants & Arya Bhavan are few of the must try... Appam & Stew - Cafe MagnetMasala Dosa & Coffee - Indian Coffee HouseSouth Indian Thali - Arya BhavanMutton Biriyani/Paratta & Mutton Curry - Azad...

  • Real taste of Coffee.......

    This is a place we call "Hard Rock Cafe' of Trivandrum!! a regular hangout for local musicians and people from all walks of life..I've been a regular visitor for the past 20yrs.. but I am not yet the senior most!!A nice place to taste good coffee and 'Masala Dosa' apart from cold coffee and Eggs on Toast and stuff like that...It was functioning in...

  • Appam a local delicacy

    Appam, a fermented rice pancake, is a speciality of the South Indian coastal state of Kerala. It has a soft spongy middle, laced with crispy edges.Rice powder is mixed with water and yeast, and the batter is left to ferment for 6 hours. The batter is poured into a vessel called appachatti ( the pan like vessel, see picture) and tossed with oil to...

  • Puttu a local favourite

    Puttu is a culinary specialty in Sri Lanka and Kerala. It is a steamed rice cake which is a favourite breakfast of most Malayalees. It is served with either brown chickpeas cooked in a spicy gravy, papadams and boiled small green lentils, or tiny ripe yellow Kerala plantains. In the highlands there is also a variety of puttu served with paani (the...

  • Try Dosas for a change

    Regular dosa batter is made from lentils and rice blended with water and left to ferment overnight. (The same batter can be used to make idlis.) The lentils and rice can be replaced with highly refined wheat flour to make a maida dosa or semolina for a rava dosa.A dosa is made by spreading the batter into a thin, circular disc on a flat, preheated...

  • Don't miss Idly

    The idli, also romanized "idly" or "iddly", is made by steaming batter — traditionally made from lentils (specifically black lentils) and rice — into patties, usually two to three inches in diameter, using a mold.Most often eaten at breakfast or as a snack, idli are usually served in pairs with chutney, sambar, or other accompaniments. Mixtures of...

  • average....i guess

    Its not that great but not too have continental cuisine but more towards the typical kerala food.The keralite food is cooked in coconut oil, so its different from other oils. My wife being an european loved the oil and we got 2 bottles of organic oil from my dad's place. The tend to get very spicy sometimes so do let them know if u are...

  • The best beach Shack in Kovalam

    A nice place to hang out sipping a cocktail and listen to some nice music.Staff is very friendly and also a nice place to meet and have a chat with other travellers.

  • Perfect seafood

    The atmosphere in this place is amazing. Is an old building built by the Germans 300 hundred years ago and recently restored.Now they are running the Bolgatty Palace Hotel in Cochin a few miles away fromErnakulam, the main city.The food, the architecture, the service and decoration is absolutly amazing.

  • Dont miss a Kerala Sadya

    Very close to MG road Trivandrum.A fairly new joint. Ambience is very good. Typical Kerala Sadya.A typical Kerala Sadya is (Veg).A Sadya consists of a minimum a 20 diff type of veg dishes , banana chips , pickels , pappadams along with the steamed rice.All layed out in Banana leaves.And also for sweet dish we get 2 kind of 'Payasams' too.Normally...

  • Dont miss Tapioca and Fish curry

    The Restaurant have 2 floors. U get all continental gorund floor . And u take wooden staircase leading to the upper floor for "Thani Nadan' .It is quiet away from the city crowd.Over all a cool and quiet place with good ambience. The typical Tapioca and Fish curry.In malayalam they say " Kappayum Meenum".Found prawns fry also quiet tastey.

  • Actually do not miss the fresh seafood

    This is located in Cochin, in Casino Hotel. It opens only in the evenings and you have to book in advance for a table. They give you fresh catch of the day (which you select) and they cook it in front of you (and they are helpful with 1001, literally, suggestions). Everything is good, though you could try the mixed seafood platter.

  • Don't Miss The Fresh Seafood!

    The entrance into the harbour at Fort Kochi greets you with these Chinesse fishing nets. They were introduced by Chinesse traders some time ago. It takes three men to operate these nets. Infront of the nets you can haggle with the fishermen selling their catch. From there you can take the fish to a number of outdoor restaurants who will whip you...

  • Cochin Restaurant

    I simply don't have enough tips to merit a Cochin page, although I thought it was a really nice city. If you do make it there, or plan to make it there, I highly recommend a restaurant called the Kashi Art Cafe.I had lunch there with a couple of other people from my group and it was superb ~ a bean dish, fresh steamed vegetables and a wonderful...

  • Fresh Seafood

    Rice and coconut-based curries are the staples of the Keralan menu ~ but fish plays a large role, taking advantage of the geography and natural resources of the area. In Fort Kochi, near the fishing nets, you'll find a long row of vendors selling fish freshly caught from the sea. It's kept on ice, but the weather was extremely warm when we were...

  • Dosa

    Whilst you are in South India, try some local delicacy, like dosa. Made of rice flour, it looks like a pancake. You can chose from variety of dosa, masala dosa, paper roast etc.I like my dosa brown and crispy : )

  • Good and clean South Indian Food

    Aryan Nivas serves a good South Indian dishes as well as some North Indian dishes in an AC clean hotel located near the Trivandrum train station. Here the service is good and you need not have to worry about cleanliness. Of course dosa: there are different kinds of dosa. Try puri as well, which comes steaming hot and large!


    HILL VIEW RESTAURANT (Varkala, Kerala)One of the restaurants lined up at the edge of the cliffs. There are many, but this is the closest to the border, so it has marvellous views. Nice fresh fish and amazing desserts (crepes...)!!

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State of Kerala Hotels

  • Kumarakom Lake Resort

    Kumarakom North Post, Kumarakom, Kerala, 686 566, India

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

    Hotel Class 4.5 out of 5 stars

  • Old Harbour Hotel

    It took our breath away when we first arrived. Stunning. Beautifully restored, it gives the illusion...

  • The Leela Kempinski Kovalam Beach

    If you can afford the five star tariffs,just come here.The rooms have a view of the sea.there are...

  • Sienna Village Hotel

    Sienna Village is laid out as a series of cottages on landscaped gardens. Some have an upstairs and...

  • Taj Green Cove Resort And Spa

    The hotel grounds are spread over an area of 10 acres on a hillside. The 59 cottages are dotted...

  • Kondai Lip

    Hi, I had gone to this resort for my honeymoon this Jan and is an absolute treat for nature lovers....

  • Villa Jacaranda

    Temple Rd W, South Cliff, Varkala, Kerala, 695141, India

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

  • Kadavu Resort

    Azhinhilam Po, Nh Bye-Pass Feroke, Calicut, Calicu

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Families

  • The Zuri Kumarkom

    V-235 A1 to A54 Karrottukayal, (formerly Radisson), Kumarakom, Kerala, 686563, India

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 4.5 out of 5 stars

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Calicut Hotels
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