Fort Heritage Restaurant
1/283 Napier Street , Cochin, India
Fort Heritage Restaurant Cochin Reviews
Dinner in a backyard without mosquitoes Sep 21, 2008
The Fort Heritage Hotel and Restaurant was originally a Dutch palace, built in the 17th century. The property was converted into a hotel by a Syrian Christian family who owns it since 1945. They restored the building beautifully, keeping as much of the old-world elegance and atmosphere as possible. It has been certified as a heritage property by the Kerala Government.
They have about a dozen rooms, but we had dinner in the lovely backyard, where the restaurant is located. They serve Continental, Chinese, Syrian and local dishes. I had a tasty Indian curry, my husband a continental steak after which he nearly liked the plate.
I thought it was very cute the staff put bottles with what seemed incense sticks on the floor next to our table to keep the mosquitoes away.
Part of the Southern India 2008 travel blog
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