God’s own food in Namma Ooru!

The aroma of the coconut oil being heated in the pan, the tempting curries and payasam dishes spread across the table is what God's Own Country's food is about. Here are some of the restaurants that serve the best of Kerala cuisine in Namma Bengaluru.

The aroma of the coconut oil being heated in the pan, the tempting curries and payasam dishes spread across the table is what God’s Own Country’s food is about. Here are some of the restaurants that serve the best of Kerala cuisine in Namma Bengaluru.

Fish Curry. Pic: Kumarakom

Prawn pollichathu and Kerala Chicken curry is the biggest draw at Peppers in BTM Layout. The simple ambience with a few abstract paintings on the wall have calming effect and lets you concentrate on the food.

Average cost of meal for two is Rs 250. Alcohol is not served.

Karimeen. Pic: Kumarakom

A little joint at Bannerghatta road, Malabar serves some of the best Kerala cuisine. The decor isn’t fancy but the food is lip-smackingly good. They serve a wide variety of Kerala cuisine.

Palappam-Veg stew and Puttu-Kadala Curry taste very authentic and the combos are worth a try.

Average cost of meal for two is Rs. 350. Alcohol is not served.

The Chef Master restaurant in Jayanagar is small and congested and tables are arranged close together. But when the crispy fried fish arrives at your table with Kerala parota and thick-gravy chicken curry, who cares about the ambience!

The first choice of customers here is fish. All the fish preparations are an absolute hit. Fish curry meals are popular among office goers coming for lunch. After fish, comes a delectable range of snacks like appam-egg curry, idiappam-ishtu (stew) and pazham pori (yellow banana bhajjis) in the evenings. It is a must-try for all the Kerala cuisine lovers.

Average cost of meal for two is Rs 300. Alcohol is not served.

 

Chef Master: 1119/A/28, East End Main Road, IV T Block, Jayanagar. Ph: 65996633

Malabar: 4th Floor, Gopalan Innovation Mall, Bannerghatta Road. Ph: 9886236341

Peppers: 4, 1st Floor, 1st D Cross, 20th Main, Maruthinagar Main Road, 1st Stage BTM Layout. Ph: 26684354, 9742798809

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