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Time - 11AM to 11PM
Avg Cost for two - Rs.500
Cuisines - Kerala - Traditional , Kerala - Malabar
Serve - Lunch, Dinner, Snacks, Drinks and Juices, Desserts,
Suitable for Family , Friends , Food Explorers
A modern take on traditional Kerala and Malabar dishes, effectively summarises Palaaram restaurant. Open from 11 am to 11 pm everyday this restaurant is located at Vallathol Junction on Seaport – Airport Road, Kakkanad. Afternoon hours will be the apt time to visit this restaurant to try out some of their best delicacies such as Kunji Pathiri, Dum Biriyani, Kozhi Pidi, Chakkara Madakku, Paal Sarbathu, Naruneendi Sarbathu etc.
‘Palaaram’ is a colloquial usage in Malayalam which denotes savouries and confectioneries. Although Palaaram is quintessentially a restaurant, they are famous for their varieties of traditional Kerala and Malabar cuisine snacks dishes. Mittai Katta, Kaja Madakku, Vettu Cake, Kappalandi unda, Kozhi Petti, Kinnathappam ... so on goes the list of authentic ‘Nadan’ snacks items they serve at this place.
This restaurant started back in 2015 near Dr 32 Dental Clinic at Vallathol Junction on Seaport – Airport Road, Kakkanad, quickly got recognized for its predominantly traditional cuisine. But don’t think it is all just Kerala cuisine, they do have some Chinese and Continental dishes in their menu. They are open from 11 am to 11 pm and afternoon hours will be the best time to visit this place to try out most of their dishes, but if you want a more relaxed ambience it will be best to opt for their evening or Dinner hours.
Most of the dishes at Palaaram Restaurant is already prepared and bought from their central kitchen in Paravoor to maintain their unique taste in all three of their branches. Chicken Mulakittathu, Beef Shappu Curry, Kunji Pathiri, Kozhi Pidi etc are some of their specialities from the traditional Kerala Cuisine. Dum Biriyani can be said as the single most popular item during their afternoon lunch hours. Available from 12 m to 3 pm, this dish has dry rice with almost fried looking yummy chicken pieces covered in masala.
Traditional snacks dishes Malayalees hold dear are also available here for purchase. They first started this as a confectionary shop and later made it into a fully fledged restaurant. Restaurant is two storied with their confectionary shop and cafe area on the ground floor and restaurant space setup with a small kitchen on the basement floor. The Whole restaurant is setup in a retro mood with contemporary touch which goes well with the whole theme they are try to pull off. Although there are many Kerala themed restaurants on that stretch, Palaaram genuinely felt authentic and fresh in their concept and
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