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Time - 12PM to 11PM
Avg Cost for two - Rs.500
Cuisines - Chinese , Continental , Kerala - Traditional , North Indian
Serve - Lunch, Dinner,
Suitable for Family , Friends , Food Explorers
Curry chatty restaurant which opened back in 2012, changed the fine dine restaurant scene in the city for good, with its differently themed ambience and multi cuisine menu. Kappa Idichathu, Chicken Satay, Dragon Chicken etc are some of the must try dishes from this place located near PWD rest house at Thycaud. They are open every day from 12 pm to 3:30 pm and 6:30 pm to 11 pm.
Although started back in 2012, Curry Chatty restaurant is now a very familiar name among the gourmets in the city for their menu which includes a variety of cuisines from Kerala, North Indian, Continental, Chinese etc. This fine dine restaurant with its awesome ambience is near Police training academy and PWD rest house at Thycaud.
They have a separate menu for their Kerala Cuisine dishes here and a typical main course item you can find from this will be Kappa idichathu, which is basically boiled tapioca mashed and served with onion slices in banana leaves that goes well with every other side dish in their Kerala menu. Chicken breasts seasoned, skewered together and grilled in tandoor is another delicacy named Chicken Satay, a popular starter dish from Thailand, which you can relish dipping in a bowl of peanut butter souse.
With its appetizing golden brown color and boneless chicken pieces marinated with spicy masala and served with fried spinach, Dragon chicken from this place has a different taste and look from the usual dragon chicken. The ambience of this restaurant is set in such a way that it complements the superb dishes they serve.
Even though they are a multi cuisine restaurant, you can see the importance they give to the Kerala cuisine with the secondary menu card dedicated solely to the cuisine, along with the ambience of the hotel resembles that of a traditional Kerala house, completed with ‘naduthalam’, which is open space in the middle of the building. Their dining area is named ‘akathalam’, furnished with posh and comfortable furnishing and has décor completed with low lighting from earthen shades.
They have a pretty good parking area infront of the restaurant with security personnel to assist you in parking. The only area where they couldn’t keep up the overall brilliance they showed is in service. All most all their service staff are novice and doesn’t have much clue what to do or what not to and that lack of expertise and experience shows out like a sore thumb. But you keep that point away from the equation and this is a perfect fine dine restaurant to dine with your family and friends.
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