Alappuzha Konju Masala £12.95

Alappuzha, the Venice of the east, is very popular in its kind of seafood culinary arts. A thrilling prawn dish cooked in a thick sauce with coconut, ginger, curry leaves and onions.

Kayal Fish Curry £11.99

Boneless king fish dipped in mouth watering coconut flavoured sauce – the best kept Kayal’s spicy secret sauce

Njandu Curry £13.69

Believed to been found by Portuguese sailors using the locally available ingredients in Kerala. Fresh crab with shell cooked in a coconut flavored sauce with authentic spices.

Tilapia Pollichathu(Half) £11.89 (Full) £15.95

From ‘Achukutty’s recipe book’ – Our mom from Travancore, Kerala Agricultural Christain family. Tilapia covered with specially made spice paste, wrapped with banana leaf and steam cooked, flavoured with lemon

Mix Seafood Curry £14.89

King fish, squid, mussels, and prawns cooked with Kerala spices, onion, ginger, garlic and mustard seeds.

Meen Porichathu £16.79

Spicy marinated whole boneless sea bass stuffed with prawns chutney served with spicy potatoes and lemon rice.

Kappayum Meenum £14.49

‘Kallu shaps’ (toddy shops) are the local pubs in all over Kerala. Every one including the families visit these pubs mainly to enjoy the Kappayum Meenum, though many of them do not drink alcohol. The fish curry is made with garlic paste, onions and red chillies and seasoned with mustard seeds, curry leaves and served with cassava (tapioca).