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How many times does it happen that you head to a restaurant for a meal and want to go back right away for your next one! For me, that happens very rarely, but it did for Fort Kochi. Here is a restaurant that has a menu, where every page you spot something you want to try and know that you would not be able to do it all. The menu covers various regions, communities and influences of Kerala – from Malabar to the Kochi-Travancore connection, to the Syrian Catholic community and, of course, the British, Dutch and Portuguese influences. I started off with the 'Pork Varattiyathu' – Chunks of fatty pork tossed in spices, whole and ground, finished off with a drizzle of coconut oil. Of course, I had my eyes on the 'Raw Oysters', but then, the 'Octopus Braised With Kokum And Chilli' won the toss. A delightful mélange of sour and chilli hits makes this one of those dishes you want to order again. For mains, I could not resist the 'Alleppey Neimeen Curry' with seer fish which transported me right into one of those houseboats on the backwaters. 'The classic Chicken Varutharachathu', a coconut masala based chicken curry with the flakiest ever 'Kerala Porottas' to mop up the gravy make a great combination too. For dessert, the famous 'Palada' is made brilliantly here and the 'Chakka Kulfi' is quite the delight if you like jackfruit.
Was looking for a place to take my business colleagues for dinner with Keralan / Goan food and i was not disappointed. We had a variety of dishes in small portions and shared - wow, brilliant from the crabs to the fish, to the curries. Drinks were reasonable as well - great service and great food - this place is understated and has the WOW factor.
Very bad experience...this is only for kerala cusine...seafood ..non veg.they show that they provide veg meal...but trust me...it was very bad ...we ordered kadhai paneer and naan ..firstly they took the time providing us only for these two dishes ..approximate one an hour...and secondly ...their paneer was like rubber or leather..which we can not eat...and gravy of kadhai paneer was very bad and onions were burnt.... So if u want to eat veg..then pls.dont go there....their service anf food both are worse.
Had appam and mutton stew - quite good, especially the mutton stew. Followed it up with Malabar style chicken biryani - well prepared and tasty. Ended the meal with Vattelappam, which is a dessert made with rice custard and jaggery - a new dish for us - loved it.
We decided to have an early dinner thinking we would expect some authentic cuisine but unfortunately this was not the case. The service was good and attentive but the food was average. However, the coconut dessert good.
Nice Keralite Seafood. Ambience is good...with gossiping...customers. On the 5th Floor of Trinity Circle Mall, 1MG Road , Bangaluru.