Started 13 years ago as an outlet offering snacks, appam, and parotta, Mammoottikkante Chayapeedika has many unique dishes.
Like every other thattukada, hot and flaky porotta is very much in demand here as well.
This refreshing tea is a staple for the labourers in the market.
Sajeer is passionate about movies and doesn’t hesitate to give the dishes in his hotel the names of his favourite films.
The number of North Indian food joints or way side chaat shops is proof enough for Keralites' love for the vivid flavours of the North.
If you have to relish the Kerala sadya in all its authenticity, you should head to the Pisharody's Restaurant in Thrissur.
Hot kanji that has great demand costs just Rs 30. Two types of stir fries, chilli chutney, mango pickle, lemon pickle, pappadam and round chillies are served as sides for the kanji.
The other snacks also come at relatively cheap prices but parippuvada goes for the cheapest at the kiosk.
It is been 15 years since Bhaskaran fitted a glass counter on his cycle and started selling snacks. He reaches the bus waiting shed at Urakam at 12 noon every day.
Around 24 different varieties of burgers and 15 types of sandwiches are served at Burger Inn.