Best Restaurants in Kochi
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Best Restaurants in Kochi

I am in India for a short time. I would like to explore the place and taste the Indian cuisine. Right now, I am in Kochi. Help me with some of the good restaurants in Kochi which has a good feedback. Waiting for your responses. Thank you.

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Originally posted by: jasonrohr View Post

I am in India for a short time. I would like to explore the place and taste the Indian cuisine. Right now, I am in Kochi. Help me with some of the good restaurants in Kochi which has a good feedback. Waiting for your responses. Thank you.


Welcome to India Mike.

I quite like Brunton Boatyard.
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Originally posted by: Govindpuri View Post

Welcome to India Mike.

I quite like Brunton Boatyard.


Cooool. I will definitely give a try. Thank you for your reply. Any other? Feeling excited.
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For a delicious and inexpensive meal I'd recommend Mary's Kitchen. Had a superb fish curry there last year...
https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Restaurant_Review-g297633-d6438465-Reviews-Mary_s_Kitchen-Kochi_Cochin_Kerala.html
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Oceanos or Fusion Bay

Both restaurant is fusion on Assyrian & Jewish & Kerala kitchen. Absolutely tasty, and great experience. Try Fish in Banana Leaf, or Beef Cury.
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As a general rule, I've found food better and better value in Ernakulam than Kochi. Same holds but even more so eating in Trivandrum versus Kovalam.
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Hi guys

Thank you so much for the replies. I will be reaching most of the places. I have come across something like this.

http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-features/tp-metroplus/the-train-station-treat/article22831342.ece

Did anyone go there before?
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A couple of years ago I spent 5 days in kochi and mostly ate uninspiring and bland food.The best food I had was from a group of outdoor places in a square behind the fishing nets,you can buy fish from the stalls near by and they will cook it how you want it,being a vegetable I didn't do this.
Admittedly I didn't have much cash so higher end places were out.
Happy eating !Simon.
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Originally posted by: lismoresimon23 View Post

A couple of years ago I spent 5 days in kochi and mostly ate uninspiring and bland food.The best food I had was from a group of outdoor places in a square behind the fishing nets,you can buy fish from the stalls near by and they will cook it how you want it,being a vegetable I didn't do this.
Admittedly I didn't have much cash so higher end places were out.
Happy eating !Simon.


That made me laugh, all I can say is that you are a very articulate vegetable.;)
Lord, Grant me the Serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to hide the bodies of those people I had to kill because they pissed me off.
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Originally posted by: lismoresimon23 View Post

A couple of years ago I spent 5 days in kochi and mostly ate uninspiring and bland food.The best food I had was from a group of outdoor places in a square behind the fishing nets,you can buy fish from the stalls near by and they will cook it how you want it,being a vegetable I didn't do this.
Admittedly I didn't have much cash so higher end places were out.
Happy eating !Simon.


Oh ! It's sad.
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Grand hotel has always been good for Kerala Christian food. I always go there at least twice during every trip to India and the quality of the food is still good.

I have been eating there ever since I was a baby ( my baptism party was held there when I was a few weeks old [Blush] )

Would suggest that you reach there as early as possible as it can get full quickly..

https://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g297633-d1798430-Reviews-Grand_Hotel_Restaurant-Kochi_Cochin_Kerala.html

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