Veg Kurma was great, veg fried rice good and the cheese Naan just one in 2 half and too small for the price. Friendly staff. Definitely recommended!
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I visited few days back and found the place crowded by whites from UK, the food is decent and good in taste but not pocket friendly, there are more cheap eats in fort kochi than this place, the fish was for 350rs and prawn masala...More
My sister and I did the cooking class here after it was recommended at our homestay. Mary and her husband were lovely and we enjoyed hearing about their life in Kochi. They taught us how to make 5 local recipes which was great value for...More
More of a café than a restaurant and located up a flight of steep external stairs onto the roof and covered only by a metal roof, this is a really great place for a simple, inexpensive and delicious meal. The curries were amazing and the...More
This little rooftop cafe is a great little find, the food was fantastic. I had the Mango Prawn Curry which was really tasty. The family that run the restaurant were lovely and welcoming, both cooking and serving guests at the same time. The cafe does...More
This is a homestay cum food joint served on the terrace.Ambience is poor.Food served though is excellent.It is not spicy - to match the Westerners taste buds.Remember to mention the spiciness as per your palate else food for the Indian palate will be bland.
We did a cookery course with Mary learning to make five dishes: mango fish curry, prawn masala, chicken korma, vegetable curry and chapatis. Mary was a great teacher, and helped us to write down her recipes so we can recreate them at home (which we...More
I highly recommend this restaurant! We had the grilled red snapper that was juicy and cooked to perfection and the prawn mango curry with chapati's. All food was super fresh and lovely spiced and fragrant. The owner was warm and friendly and asked us how...More