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Time - 11AM to 11PM
Avg Cost for two - Rs.700
Cuisines - Kerala - Traditional , Kerala - Malabar
Serve - Lunch, Dinner,
Suitable for Family , Friends , Food Explorers
A restaurant with Malabar special dishes and beautiful ambience- Thakkaram is located at N.H.Bypass, Vytla, opposite Gold Souk Grande. This place is open on all days of the week from 12 pm to 12 am. Beef Cheenachatty, Kozhi Veluthulli Kachiyathu, Chicken Pachamulaku are some of the main dishes to try from this restaurant. Be it lunch or dinner, come any time to enjoy the food here.
Started initially in Kannur, Thakkaram Restaurant soon became famous for its Malabar special dishes and later expanded its reach to other areas in Kerala. It was only in 2014 that this restaurant established its base in Ernakulam. In no time, it gained so much popularity among the foodies in the district that a second outlet was open within a year in the city.
This restaurant is located at Service Road next to N.H.Bypass, Vytla,opposite Gold Souk Grande. The other branch is near the Passport office at Panampilly Nagar. A good parking area is available in front of the restaurant.
‘Beef Cheenichatty’ is one of the signature dishes of this restaurant. This dish is made and served in a cheenachatty (Kadai). It has thick gravy prepared with local spices and a tangy taste. Quantity wise, this dish is enough to serve two people. ‘Chicken Pachamulaku’ is another dish you must try here. Green chilli and pudina (mint leaves)render the gravy a greenish tinge and account mostly for the flavour of this mildly spicy dish.
‘Kozhi Veluthulli Kachiyathu’ is a special garlic-flavoured chicken recipe available at this place. It has slightly fried pieces of chicken covered in thick onion and garlic masala. This semi-gravy dish goes really well along with the special ‘Ghee Rice’ you get here. ‘Meen Chuttathu’ is the name given to the grilled fish prepared in this restaurant. You can choose from different varieties of fishes that are grilled with Malabar masalas. The grilled items are priced as per the size of the fish used in the preparation.
One of the main attractions here is that a dining area has been set up inside a bus that is parked in front of the restaurant. This provides a unique dining experience to the patrons. Even the main dining space inside the restaurant is divided into small private halls, each named after a place in Kannur that has significance in the food history of Malabar cuisine. Each hall is decorated with paintings and a description of the place by which it is called.
The ‘Dum Biriyani’ dishes here are also famous for its Malabar dum biriyani style preparation. Except for rice, all other dishes are prepared on order. Waiters are sufficient in number to handle the peak hour rush. Even though Thakkaram Restaurant also serves Chinese cuisine, the Malabar dishes are the most favourite items among the patrons here.
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