State of Kerala Restaurants
Cochin Fort Restaurant
Cochin Fort Restaurant
Fresh Fish - Cochin Fort Restaurant
Chicken Tikka - Cochin Fort Restaurant
Making Naan - Cochin Fort Restaurant
Pick your fish at Seagull Restaurant
Reviews from VirtualTourist Members
Leo restaurant,: 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 is excellent. We met our airline crew here on a stopover having lunch and they recomended it to us (kuwait airways). And so Leo became our favourite, we ate at night for dinner a few times and were not dissapointed.
The south indian garlic chilli chicken was fantastic, very fresh ingredients and came piping hot with veg byriani. mmm, I`m going back.
Harbour Restaurant: 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 with their horrible white tube lighting. Food was brilliant - seafood platter was a huge portion that included tiger prawns and lovely white fish that's caught across the road! All very cheap. And yes, wine. We actually had wine and lots of Kingfisher beer. Give it a go. Well worth the effort.
Many...: 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 RestaurantsPuttu & Mutton Curry/roast/fry - Hotel BuhariThese are must try in Trivandrum..Enjoy!
Indian Coffee House: 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 one of the old colonial mansions by the M.G road, where we could go and have coffee and a cigerette and a chat about anything under the sun!! but the building owner demolished the beautiful bulding and constructed an ugly looking shopping arcade,and the coffee house shifted to the basement!! with all red colour plastic chairs.. it looks like a cafeteria in a hospital!! it lost it's charm.. what a shame!!!But an Australian Architect Mr. Lawrie Baker, constructed a new building in a very interesting design, a spiral bulding!! next to the Bus...
Most restaurants across the state...: 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 make a circular appam. It is usually eaten with a side dish made of coconut called chutney, or with sweetened coconut milk. It can also be served with stew, or typically with kadala — a spicy dish made with Bengal Gram.
Method Soak rice for 4 hrs and drain it.Grind this with grated coconut, cooked rice in a mixie. Put yeast, salt, sugar in boiled water and keep it 1/2 an hr. Then add this to the grinded mixture. Keep the mixture for 8 hrs for fermentation. When it is ready to use spread the mixture in a non-sticky pan . See that the mixture is...
Most of restaurants in rural townships: 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 boiled-down syrup from sweet palm toddy) and sweet boiled bananas.
Any South Indian Restaurant: 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 pan, where it is fried with a dash of edible oil or ghee until the dosa reaches a golden brown colour. Then the dosa maybe optionally turned over on the pan, and partially fried. The end product is neatly folded and served.Though considered a breakfast dish, dosas are eaten at other times of day.The dosa is served with different accompaniments based on regional and personal preferences.sambar "wet" chutneys, often coconut chutney — a semi-solid paste usually made of coconut, dhal, green chilies, and mint or cilantro. "dry" chutney powder...
Any South Indian Veg. Restaurant: 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 crushed dry spices such as milagai podi are the preferred condiment for idlis eaten on the go.The idli is native to South India and is common to the states of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Kerala, as well as being eaten by Tamils in Sri Lanka.
To prepare the classic idlis, two parts uncooked rice to one part split black lentil are soaked until they can be ground to a paste in a heavy stone grinding vessel, the attu kal. This paste is allowed to ferment overnight, until about 2-1/2 times its original volume. In the morning, the idli...
dont know really: average....i guess
Its not that great but not too bad....you 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 sensitive to spice. Kerala being a costal area the main meat is fish...and we have the best freshwater fish too.
Well i guess the kerala dessert....
Bolgatty Palace Hotel: 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.
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