September 23, 2016
Hungryforever (255 articles)

6 Best And Authentic Tasting Food’s In Kochi

People from Kochi take pride in their rich cuisine which is influenced by different cultures from across the world. Food in Kochi has banana as an integral part in dishes like Pazham pori, Appam, Kurukku kaalan, Chips etc. If you ever want to experience the culinary delight of Kerala, we suggest never to miss the food in Kochi. Other worth trying dishes from the food in kochi are the traditional puttu and kadala, appam and stew.

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Seafood @ Menorah Restaurant

Since it is a coastal city, seafood is found in abundance here and is a local speciality. Also the placid backwaters are there to provide you with fresh water fishes. Menorah is well known for its Cordon Bleu cooking. It also is probably the one of the very few restaurants in India serving Jewish cuisine. Their seafood platter is a must try.

Kerala Fried Prawns – Fort House restaurant

Hotel Fort House is a charming medium-priced, family-run hotel. It is located by the waterfront in Fort Cochin, a town of cultural and historical importance, about 20 kilometers from the city of Ernakulam in Kerala. Well-situated within walking distance from heritage monuments such as the Old Synagogue, the Dutch Palace, and the popular antique market of Mattancherry, Hotel Fort House is an attractive destination for travellers looking for a comfortable and refreshing time away from the bustle of city life.Address: No.2/6A, Calvathy Road, Fort, Kochi, Kerala 682001 Phone:0484 221 7103

Chuttuli Meen @ The History

restaurant by the local communities. There is live music every evening. Chuttulli Meen is a popular Jewish inspired dish that is basically grilled fish cooked in spices. Other dishes to try out is the Portuguese inspired Fisherman’s stew and the Railway Mutton curry from the British Raj era. Luch is not served.Address: Brunton Boatyard, Calvetty Road, Near Aspine Wall, Fort Kochi, Kochi, Kerala 682001 Phone:0484 221 5461

Biryani @ Kayees

The original Kayees is in Mattancherry and locals claim this is the best place in Kochi to indulge in a Biryani. Come early or be prepared to stand in a long queue. This place is usually too crowded, so a better option would be to get your food packed.Address: Durbar Hall Rd, Ernakulam South, Ernakulam, Kerala 682016 Phone:0484 235 4321

Malabar prawn curry @ Shala

If local Keralan cuisine is what you are looking for, Shala would be your best bet. These serve authentic home-cooked Keralan dishes. The menu has only 5 items, but they do it well. Their Kingfish steak and vegetarian special is also too good to miss.Address: Peter Celli Quieros St, Fort Nagar, Fort Kochi, Kochi, Kerala 682001 Hours: Open today · 8AM–9PM

Dhe Puttu

Keralan puttu (steamed rice cylinders) are the star at this lively and relaxed dining roomWe are here with the dream of bringing great food for the people around. Our Approaches reflects the people we serve. We are dedicated, passionate, methodical, deliver on promises and yes practical! We believe that a handshake seals the deal.From the quality of our products to the unparalleled service we provide to our customers, we keep this surety. Dhe Puttu is a landmark in Kochi’s dining scene. We wanted to recreate the taste of our traditional Puttu in an impressive way.Address: 10H Bypass, Near Lulu Mall, Edappally, Ernakulam, Kerala 682024 Phone:0484 280 7591

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