The seating is that of a typical Kerala mess, where one can comfortably sit for hours relishing the dishes. The painted walls describe the owner’s life in Cochin, and keep one occupied while waiting for their ordered food. The place is well-ventilated. All those who are pure vegetarian get to choose from a variety of traditional South Indian and North Indian vegetarian dishes. There is also traditional Kerala-style vegetarian 'sadya' served on a banana leaf and offered during lunch everyday. For non-vegetarians, they serve fish curry sadya for lunch. All the preparations are almost like home preparations, which is so rare to find in Bengaluru. The right amount of spice and the style of preparation create an winning combination. Seafood lovers will be thrilled to know that they source their ingredients – pomfrets, pearl-spot, red snappers, crabs and prawns – directly from fishing villages dotting the Arabian Sea coast along the Kerala, Gujarat and Konkan belts every alternate day. They ensure you get the freshest ingredients that are cooked to perfection and delightfully plated for your dining pleasure.
No 10 Fort Cochin Is Kerala-Style Coastal Cuisine At Its Best
What Did I Like?
What Could Be Better?
The vegetarian sadya should have more items!
What's My Pro Tip?
Feel free to take your vegetarian friend along with you, as this place is a great choice for both seafood and vegetarian dishes.
The authenticity makes this place a must-visit.