We were here at Kappa Chakka Kandhari for lunch on a Saturday afternoon. We reached there around 1 PM and it was overcrowded, we had to wait for 30 to 40 minutes to get a table. It’s better to book in advance if you are planning to visit this place. They have nicely done interiors, the prices for starters are quite pocket-friendly, but there is a catch here, the portion size is really less for the starters. I don’t mind if they have increased their price and given a decent portion. Coming to the food, we stared with some of their mocktails, Absolute khandhari, Kaithachakkakkum kalyanam, Nannari Sherbhath. All were good, I loved the Kaithachakkum kalyanam. Coming to the starters or touchings as per them, we ordered idierachi, prawns kizhi, Kakka erachi, Koonthal Roast. For the main course we ordered Ramasserry idly, appam, Pazham Kanji, Pazham Pori with pothirachi curry and Shappu meen curry. For desserts, we ordered cloud pudding and kandhari ice cream. Mocktail: Absolute Khandhari: It was really spicy. Somehow I didn’t like it that much. It could have been little tangy. Kaithachakkakkum Kalyanam: This was yummy, the pineapple pieces in the coconut milk and ice cream were yummy. Nannari Sherbhath: It was good, but felt lemon juice was a little less. Touchings: Prawns kizhi: If you love prawns and grated coconut chammandi you will love this. Could have been spicier. Idierachi: This was the star, I just loved it. It was really delicious. Kakka Erachi: This was also really yummy. As I said earlier, the quantity was really less. Koonthal Roast: Felt this was too oily for our liking. Main Course: Ramasserry Idly: This was good, they serve you chutney pedi and sambar along with this. Appam: This was good. It was perfectly crunchy and soft at the same time. Shappu Been curry: Absolutely delicious. Definite try. Pazhan Kanji: If you want to try kanji you can try this. There were sides provided with it. Pazham Peri with Beef curry: Pazham pori was good but beef pieces were little hard to chew and masala was not perfectly blended. The curry provided was more in quantity. This is a rare combination, you can reduce the quantity of the curry and reduce the price. This combination requires an equal amount of curry and pazham pori. Overall it was a good experience. You can definitely try if you want to have some Kerala food.
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