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Time - 6AM to 12AM
Avg Cost for two - Rs.350
Cuisines - Kerala - Malabar
Suitable for Family , Friends , Food Explorers
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Bombay Restaurant - Well don’t judge this place by its name for you won’t get Pav Bhaji or Batata Vada here instead this hotel specializes in traditional Malabar cuisines of Kerala. Malabar snacks items, Dum Biriyani and Kozhi Porichathu are few of the most popular dishes here. You can get almost 20 different varieties of snacks here every day. This place can be reached from the Corporation office in Silk Street. Parking area is available near the hotel.
When this restaurant was started way back in 1949 it was a popular custom then to name the hotels after the names of places that were famous at that time. Kunjahammad, the founder of this hotel followed suit and named his new venture-Bombay Restaurant. And after more than 60 years, this hotel has achieved a prominent position in restaurant business in Calicut city.
Malabar snacks are the hot selling items at this restaurant located near the beach. This place can be reached from the Corporation office in Silk Street. Parking area is available near the hotel.
You can get almost 20 different varieties of snacks here every day. ‘Mutton Cutlet’ is a dish much in demand among its patrons. The mutton kheema is dipped in an egg batter and fried to make this crispy cutlet. ‘Elanchi’ is another special Malabar snack item. The yellow coating of the dish is called ‘elanchi’ which is filled with juicy banana, coconut and sugar mix. Evening 4 pm to 8 pm is the best time to munch on the delicacies here when all the items served are available.
‘Kozhi Porichathu’ is a must-try main course dish from this place. A full chicken is marinated with Malabar special masalas and dunk fried in oil. Attractive menu during the lunch is the ‘Dum Biriyani’ served with pickle, salad and chammandhi. Mutton, fish and chicken are the varieties of biriyani available here.
This restaurant has two dining areas- a normal one on the ground floor while an air-conditioned area and a family dining space on the first floor. The hotel receives more regular customers than tourists and it is considered as a merit for their customer relations. Close proximity to the beach and superb food make Bombay Restauranta beloved destination of foodies.
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