Palaaram Restaurant For Traditional Kerala Cuisine

  • December 1, 2021
Palaaram Restaurant Kadavanthra

Palaaram is one of the restaurants in Kochi that serve authentic Kerala cuisine while giving more attention to the traditional tastes of Malabar. The restaurant was first opened in North Paravur under the guidance of the owner’s Umma or mother. Twenty five years down the line, today they have three branches in Kochi. Palaaram Restaurant in Kadavanthra was opened in 2019.

The tagline of Palaaram says that it is a traditional eatery. The restaurant stays true to this, and serves most traditional Kerala cuisines at their outlets. Kozhipidi, Chemmeen Podi Choru, Nadan Kozhi Curry, Kunjipathiri; these dishes on their menu are the names that originated in the traditional kitchens of Kerala. Although you get both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes here, more demand is for non-vegetarian food. The central kitchen of the restaurant is in North Paravur, and items like Kunjipathiri and Kozhipidi go from here to other branches. According to the owners, they do not use any additives or preservatives to the food. Here you will get traditional Kerala desserts too. Would you like to taste an Unniyappam or a Chakkaramadakku? You will get these in Palaaram.

Palaaram Restaurant has a cozy and trendy ambiance. Soft lighting adds to its elegance. Rows of glass jars kept on the shelves near the entrance will remind you of the Bharanis in your grandmother’s kitchen. There are sufficient parking facilities also. The restaurant is open from 8 AM to 11 PM on all days. They provide takeaways and home deliveries. This is a restaurant that enjoys good reviews on Google.

Google Reviews for Palaaram Restaurant Kadavanthra

New Kudumbi Colony, Kumaranasan Nagar, Kadavanthra, Ph: 04842203310, 9496006000

Location map: https://goo.gl/maps/CnB9yBv5oYzVE5Se6

4.2 based on 2126 reviews

“Palaaram the name itself is enough.Had tippu sultan, a variety chicken fry from palaaram, kozhi pidi – a kerala delicacy with steamed rice dumplings mixed with chicken, flaky porotta and noorjahan – prawns fried with rice. All items we had was delicious and more to explore the menu spread is so huge!. Try it if you haven’t tried it yet?”  Nabeel K S

“Great food. Could be better if the level of spices in North Indian vegetarian dishes are a bit controlled. The taste was good, I would not give excellent for the vegetarian spread. I was told by my family who accompanied me that the non vegetarian spread was excellent and was a class apart. One star less because I can surely not say the same about the vegetarian dish I had.” – Binu Velambil

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