The staff at the Manna Restaurant in Panampilly Nagar were pleasantly surprised when they saw the ‘special’ guests who walked in to enjoy dinner Sunday night.
Chappan Dukan became a topic of discussion in Kerala as it was mentioned in the budget that was presented at the Kochi Municipal Corporation recently.
This restaurant, run by the Sreedhareeyam group, aims to provide traditional vegetarian feasts that would satisfy your hearts and tummies alike.
The travellers can hop in for a bite besides being safe and hygienic. Or even better it’s ideal for a quiet evening with family and friends.
This trendy outing for Kochiities was introduced by the Le Meridien hotel with its Container Kitchen and Sunset Cinema themes.
The meals are pre-booked and the customers have to make reservations to enjoy the unique dishes here
This more-than-hundred-year-old tea stall is run by Mohanan, fondly known as Mohanettan, and is situated adjacent to Kadathy bridge near the national highway here in Ernakulam district
The toddy shops have always been the face of Kerala's rural landscape. These modest outlets, besides serving a rather healthy drink with a dash of intoxication, evoke a sense of nostalgia.
Nidhi porotta, a special and unique preparation in which surprise items are hidden between multiple layers of porotta, is the latest rage among Kochi's food lovers.
Asharaf's tea cart with a board 'free food for the hungry' can be seen at Muvattupuzha Puthuppady junction in Eranakulam district of Kerala.