A dinner at a south Indian eatery may have meant 'idli-dosa-sambar' to north Indians a couple of years prior, however, fortunately, with eateries like Mahabelly opening up in the city, you would now be able to have your fill of credible appams and stew.
A dinner at a south Indian eatery may have meant 'idli-dosa-sambar' to north Indians a couple of years prior, yet fortunately, with eateries like Mahabelly opening up in the city, you would now be able to have your fill of credible appams and stew. We adventure there on a Saturday night and it's stuffed, with a long holding up the line too.
We get situated in a corner and are quickly served some prawn wafers. Their staff rapidly accept our requests as we guarantee not to top off on the addictive wafers and occupy ourselves by the eccentric cartoons set up all on the dividers.
We begin our dinner with their Pork Fry or Ularthiyathu which is basically nibble measured pork pieces broiled with ground coconut, flavours and chillies. It's all around spiced and has a punch, and you just get a flash of the coconut season. Their Erachi Double Fry or Kondattam is a tenderloin form of the equivalent and runs well with their Malabar Porotta - which is delicate and crunchy, flaky and together all in the meantime. Unquestionably the best in the city.
Next up is their flavourful Fish Cutlet which tastes handcrafted and helps us to remember a Keralite companion's grandma used to make on blustery evenings. Their Prawn Varathathu or Pepper Fry is succulent and stuffed with pepper and would make for the ideal bar chomp. The starters are presented with two pickle choices - lamb and buff.
The stew is a fantastic customary curry with flavours and coconut milk. The chicken melts off the bone and their fragrant rice, hurled in ghee and finished with singed onions, likewise called Neychoru, runs splendidly with it. Their mark Malabar Prawn Mango Curry is tart and fiery, a novel mix that functions admirably with their cushy on the-inside and fresh on-the outside appams. We'd go here for their appams alone, however, whatever remains of the menu likewise stole bits of our heart.
We pick their Payasam for pastry, which isn't excessively sweet and doesn't have a staggering coconut season.
They likewise have plenty of shakes and smoothies like the Peanut Butter Shake, Date and Honey Smoothie, and Apple and Fig smoothie. You ought to likewise attempt their Kulukki Serbet (basically a pineapple and lime sherbet) and Raw Mango Cucumber Delight.
What's more, truly, they likewise serve the idli-dosa-vada alternatives, however, we can't guarantee we'll have the capacity to tear ourselves far from whatever is left of the menu we will have returned to investigate.