Indian cuisine incorporates various regional cuisines which differ according to the local culture, climate, traditions and availability of ingredients.
South Indian cuisine is the term used to represent those dishes originating from the four southern states of India – Andra Pradesh Karnataka, Kerala and Tamilnadu.
At Kerala Restaurant, where you will find the culinary art of cooking Kerala cuisine at its best in the region. Kerala termed as "Gods own country" has a history of more than 4500 years of culinary art, a blend of indigenous dishes and foreign dishes adopted to the local taste. Kerala cuisine can be segregated broadly into Travancore and Northern Malabar dishes consisting of vegetarians and non-vegetarian including fish varieties.
In addition to historical diversity, cultural influence of Hindus, Muslims and Christian have contributed towards the unique dishes in Kerala cuisine. Availability of locally cultivated spices and herbs such as cinnamon, cardamom, ginger, green and red peppers, cloves, garlic, cumin seeds, coriander, turmeric, mint, fenugreek, cashew nuts to name a few, have played a great role in formulating Kerala’s unique cuisine. The plenteous availability and use a vast variety of unique ingredients like coconut, plantain, tamarind, lime, “kodampuli ("garcinia cambogia" only grown in Travancore region) and several unique fruits and vegetables make Keralan cuisine one of the best if not simply the best option for vegetarians and vegans to enjoy a tasty and healthy all natural meal. We bring to you a taste of various dishes from both the Travancore and of Malabar region.
All our Keralan dishes are made to order! Please feel free to ask any questions and let us know your dietary preferences before you place your orders and we will be happy to help.