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Time - 6AM to 9PM
Avg Cost for two - Rs.200
Cuisines - Kerala - Traditional , South Indian
Serve - Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner,
Suitable for Family , Friends , Food Explorers
Masala Dosa and other breakfast dishes made this otherwise ordinary looking restaurant stand out. Located near Thiruvanchikulam Temple Kodungallur, Kailasam Hotel is open from 6 am to 9 pm, but it is best to visit this place either during their morning breakfast hours or evening time. Masala Dosa, Uzhunnuvada, Kadala Roast are some of their must try dishes.
Aptly named after the mythical place where Lord Shiva dwells, Kailasam Hotel is maintained with the sanctity of a temple. Started nearly 70 years back by the father of the present owners, this small vegetarian hotel gives utmost importance to hygiene and views their work more like a service to the pilgrims who visit the nearby temple, than a business.
This shows in every bit of functioning of their restaurant, starting from cleanliness to the way they serve. When you are traveling from Ernakulam area, turn at the first signal on the bypass and the temple is just five hundred meters away.
Presently owned by Ramakrishnan, this restaurant was started by his dad as a really small place near to the restaurant. Later the pilgrims who came to the temple noticed something special about their Masala Dosas and this place started to make a name of its own among the foodies. This place still looks small but has enough space to accommodate more than 60 customers with separate area for families.
Unlike many restaurants where the owner sits at the counter, here he directly oversees all the cooking and acts as the head chef. Almost all their breakfast dishes like Poori Masala, PuttuKadalaPappadam, IdliVada, has lots of takers along with their Masala Dosa. Their afternoon special Veg Meals are also pretty good with different Kerala special curries. Kadala Roast is one of their evening dishes and with its simple looks and taste, it can be a nice surprise.
Various Kerala snacks dishes such as Ela Ada, Pazhampori, Parippuvada, Uzhunnuvada, etc. are also available here during evening hours. All dishes made freshly here are only prepared in limited numbers and are finished off on the same day itself. Morning hours and special Hindu days are their rush time with customers swarming into this small hotel. You can park in front of the restaurant or on the sides of the by-road that leads to the temple. This place is easily one of the best places to dine in the city with your family for some great vegetarian dishes.
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