When thinking of Kuttanad, images of ethnic delicacies pop in our minds.
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Soft appams, spicy tapioca mash and tangy fish curry – if you want a bite of that homely food prepared in the authentic Kuttanadan style head straight to Kuttanadan Thattukada near Dairy Queen in Salmaniya.
On the menu are a variety of desi starters like crab green pepper tawa, prawns kombil korthathu, koonthal red chilli fry and much more such as soups like Tom Yum Soup, hot and sour sea food soup and others giving guests a break from the Chinese and continental tastes they are used to.
You can start with a thick duck egg omelet, fleshy and soft while the main course includes everything found inside a Kuttanadan kitchen such as appam, thattu dosa, Kerala paratha, puttu, kappa and rice and may also include kakka thoran, natholi peera, and Kallummekaya roast and more.
Like most of the dishes, this is also seasoned with pepper – a stable ingredient in Kuttanadan recipes.
If you are comfortable with the tough duck flesh you can opt for duck roast, pal curry, fry, varutharachathu or ularthiyathu.
Otherwise, there are smart options in chicken and mutton such as chicken mappas or mutton roast.
For a true ethnic tryst you can try the soft and fragrant puttu cooked inside a coconut shell, since rice is something Kuttanadan cuisine can’t do without.
Evening snacks served from 5pm include traditional adicha chaya (tea) along with all ethnic snacks like pazhampori, ada, uzhunnu vada, parippuvada and unniappam and others.
Kuttanadan Thattukada also offers party hall facilities which can accommodate 200 people as well as outdoor catering for up to 1,000 people.
The Kuttanadan Thattukada is located near Dairy Queen in Salmaniya.
For more detals call 17271708 or 36819997 or 36815123.
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