If you’re from Thrissur and aren’t following Thrissur Foodies right now, you’re missing out on a lot of mouth-watering food recommendations. A scroll through their Instagram page is all you need to get really hungry. Something that has always enticed us about Thrissur Foodies is their aesthetic depiction of food. Every shot triggers the brain into making your tummy rumble. So, we caught up with Nabeel Shah, one of the admins of Thrissur Foodies, to share some of his recommended food joints in Thrissur.
Located near Kuruppam road, this hostel has made quite the name for its vegetarian cuisine. A crispy masala dosa with their piping hot tea or coffee will give you the much-needed energy to kickstart your mornings right.
This place apparently serves the best Kuzhi Mandhi in Thrissur. Nahdi is located on Masjid road, kokkalai, near KSRTC bus stand. Their chicken Kuzhi Mandhi (Half) is priced at ₹300, and you can get unlimited mandhi.
Craving a creamy milk or fruit shake at an affordable price? Head over to PJ Fruits in East Fort Thrissur. Nabeel recommends their Chicku Shake and Oreo Shake. Rest assured, your money is going to a store with a big heart aimed to fill your shake craving tummy.
Back in the day, this used to be the go-to Indian-Chinese joint in Thrissur. In fact, they are the first ones to introduce Chinese flavours in town. Moreover, people who’ve tried the dishes on the menu almost always rave about the quantity they serve. Mind you, you will not be able to finish a plate all by yourself.
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Beef biriyani, Afghani BBQ, full meat shawarma rumali, special smoked cheese shawarma – If reading this made you hungry, you should try this place. Each meal is prepared with natural, whole ingredients, bringing delicious and authentic Middle Eastern food right to your table.
Csons has been the popular dining choice in Thrissur for years. Trust us; none of their dishes disappoint. For the main course, try their smoked cheese beef burger and flavoured pan-fried momos. If you want to get that sweet kick, grab a cup of royal falooda or Alphonso mango shake after your meal.
The best of food is served locally, and Vasuettende Kada does justice to this statement. On your way to Athirappilly Falls, stop by this kutty kada to try their chicken and beef meals. It will be a feast to remember.
Take your carnivorous side up a notch by hogging on the Beef Kondattam at Hotel Akshaya. If you’re lucky, you’ll find the admins of Thrissur Foodies hogging the dish too. This particular dish is a crowd-pleaser. Now you know where to head to if you crave some comfort food.
Get the taste of the neighbourhood through the culinary eyes of Thrissur Foodies. You will leave with your tummy and heart happy.