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Time - 6AM to 7PM
Avg Cost for two - Rs.100
Cuisines - Kerala - Traditional , Drinks and Beverages
Serve - Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Snacks,
Suitable for Friends , Food Explorers
You don’t need a boat load of dishes in your menu, from every cuisine in the world to get foodies to notice a restaurant; a few dishes served at its best will do the job. This description seems to be the apt to describe Maniees Hotel at Cheroor Road, Peringavu Junction, Thrissur. Porotta and Beef Curry available from 3 pm till 7 pm is the main attraction from this restaurant which is closed on all Sundays and opens from 6 am till 7 pm on every other day.
Away from the busy streets of Thrissur and yet so close to the city limits lies Peringaavu Juntion, with very few buildings, its hard to miss Maniees Hotel, which has been functioning at this same spot for more than 75 years and is currently run by the third generation of the family who started it.
Most of the customers are local people who are from nearby areas. This place is a converging place for the local people to have a friendly repartee over a cup of tea and pazhampori. Once you enter the place after a flight of stairs and low clearance entrance you realize that the hotel is not that small as it seems from the outside. Place has two dining areas furnished with plastic chairs and steel tables with granite tops.
For a small hotel at such a small junction this place has a steady rush of customers all through the day with meals hours being the busiest. Porotta and beef curry are the items that made them famous and that’s not as simple as it sounds as it is one of the most common and preferred food item all over Kerala. Porotta in its perfect make served hot accompanied with spicy beef curry with loose gravy which is enough in quantity to finish two porottas and mind blowing will be one word to describe the taste.
Pazhampori and Chaya is another evening special with Pazhampori made out of less ripe banana with crisp layer of batter fried in oil. The prices of dishes are pretty cheap. This is those typical ‘chayakadas’ that has been around for a long time and still hasn’t changed much.
There are not many waiters and service is pretty slow but hey! Visit this place for that experience of having something you love and taking your time, not for finishing of whatever food comes your way and running off.
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