Enjoyable and comfortable places with mouth watering delicious food you can enjoy there, just visit and have a first hand experience of delicacy of kochi food.
DAL-ROTI : The best place for homely and delicious food. It has varieties for vegetarians, non vegetarians and eggetarians too. It’s worth visiting. The setting is chic minimalist, with whitewashed walls and bench seating, helping you focus on the yummy dishes here.
Address : Street 1/293 Lily St , Telephone +91 9746459244
TEAPOT-An outstanding place for not only just having a cup tea, rather a lot more. A nice spot for “High Tea”, sandwiches, snacks, coffee, drinks and all soft beverages. Witty tea-themed accents include loads of antique teapots, tea chests for tables and a gnarled, tea-tree based glass table.
Address : Street Peter Celli St
KASHI ART CAFÉ: In the heart of FORT KOCHI, this lies with lots of option especially of hard coffee with western slice and that too with a complete casual environment. The coffee is as strong as it should be and the daily Western breakfast and lunch specials are excellent. A small gallery shows off local artists.
Address : Street Burgher St
TALK OF THE TOWN: A decent place to sit, eat and enjoy with cheapest rate among its peers.
CASA LINDA: The best French restaurant in the city and glamorous one. Its delicious local Kerala dishes alongside French imports like Poisson de la Provencal (fish fried in oil and herbs, Provence style). The Keralan dry-fried coconut prawns (Rs140), made to a loving mother’s recipe, and are scrumptious. A must visit!!!!!!!!
Address : Street Dispensary Rd
BRUNTON BOADYARD: Again a unique resto with boarding facility extended. A complete family seat in city with 16th- and 17th-century Dutch and Portuguese architecture in it’s grand complex. All of the rooms look out over the harbour, and have bathtub and balconies with a refreshing sea breeze that beats AC any day.
FISHMONGERS: Yummy fish-dishes and that too in varieties keep it cool among crowd poolers. With couple of fishmongers, from whom you can buy fish (or prawns, scampi, lobster), then take your selection to a shack where they will cook it and serve it to you (fish about Rs40 per kg). Just go banana!!!!!!!!!!
MALABAR JUNCTION : located in an open-sided pavilion, the restaurant at Malabar House is movie-star cool, with white-tableclothed tables in a courtyard close to the small pool. You can enjoy seafood-based, European-style menu – the signature dish of the Malabar is the delicious seafood platter with grilled vegetables. Plus you can even enjoy the wine there along with upmarket snacks such as tapioca-and-cumin fritters in funkily clashing surroundings.
Address : Street Parade Ground Rd , Telephone +91 484 2216666