Cochin Majlis Restaurant

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NH66 Bypass, Kodungallur, India
+91 480 280 1899

Cochin Majlis Restaurant Kodungallur Reviews

AdamR3723 AdamR3723
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Good eating place Dec 07, 2017
If you happen to be passing Kodungallur in central Kerala, having visited the nearby Cheraman Mosque or the St Thomas Shrine or the Thiruvanchikulam Mahadeva Temple, then this is a great place to eat. And, judging by its clientele, that is what the locals think.

As Kerala tends to be hot and humid, I reccommend sitting in the slightly cooler Air Conditioned Room. The extensive menu offers both Indian and Arabian dishes, all at very reasonable prices.

My wife ordered the Kerala fish thali, and received a beautifully flavoured Keralan-style fish curry along with seven very tasty vegetable accompaniments, as well as rice and a papad (poppadom).

I ordered Lamb Bukhari, one of the Arabian dishes. What arrived was lumps of very tender well-cooked lamb in a sea of delicately flavoured rice. It was accompanied by a refreshing salad of cabbage, onion, carrot, and tomato, all chopped finely and dressed in a mild vinegar. There was also a bowl of a reddish sauce, also slightly vinegary, which added a little extra taste dimension to the rice and meat dish.

My dessert was a well-made sweetened milk concoction in which there were short pieces of fried vermicelli.

Service was attentive and prompt. I would happily return here for another meal!
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2 / 2 TravBuddies found this review helpful/trustworthy
AdamR3723 says:
Everything was very tasty, and very reasonably priced.
Posted on: Dec 08, 2017
Toonsarah says:
I love the look of the fish thali!
Posted on: Dec 08, 2017
planxty says:
I have to agree with Paul, that does indeed look very tasty and nicely presented.
Posted on: Dec 07, 2017
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