This Long Weekend, Savour The Taste Of Kerala At Tamasha, Delhi


A well-known restaurant in the heart of the capital, there is no need to introduce jokes. Citizens of Delhi often flock to the Connaught Place food stalls for amazing drinks, crunchy snacks and much more. The joke is always popular for a great music for a stunning outdoor environment and for a buzzing environment. But this time, the restaurant has stepped up its efforts by introducing a bevy of flavors from the coastal state of Kerala. Tamasha is hosting a limited-edition Kerala Food Festival for its patrons and we recently tried some spicy and lip-spicy food served there.

Kerala Food Festival coincides with Bishu, also known as Kerala New Year which is being celebrated on 15th April 2022. The spectacle added coastal joy as an additional option in a special section added to their regular menu. That way, you can find the original joke staples with this Kerala-specific treat. We start off our meals with Unique Fried cheese and pepper Appetite suppressant, associated with two special drinks – Buttermilk And Tomato juice. While the buttermilk was light and fresh, the tomato juice had black pepper and tangy notes. There are also many more hungry options for vegetarians.

(Also read: 10 Local Foods in Kerala That You Must Try)


Fried cheese and pepper. Photo Credit: NDTV Food


Buttermilk and tomato juice. Photo Credit: NDTV Food

Coming to the main course, we highly recommend Kerala egg roast With Malabar Parota. The egg was coated in a frying gravy and the parota was perfectly appreciated. The Vegetable stew And Apam Our next choice was – a heavenly combination that is light, comfortable and extremely full. We sample Signature Thalassery Biryani With green chutney, raita and two kinds of pickles. What a wonderful festival!

(Also read: 5 Non-Veg Foods That Will Make You Love Kerala Malabari Food)


Roast eggs with apam. Photo Credit: NDTV Food


Vegetable stew. Photo Credit: NDTV Food


Thalassery biryani. Photo Credit: NDTV Food

Our delightful and delightful meal ended sweetly with two sweets – Pajampuri Or deep-fried bananas, and Ginger is the main Or sweet molasses payasam with rice flakes and less milk. The latter is especially soothing and soul-stirring.

(Also read: Outside Payasam – Try these three delicious desserts from Kerala)


Pajampuri. Photo Credit: NDTV Food


Ginger is the main. Photo Credit: NDTV Food

So, enjoy the long weekend the most and go for the joke to feed your senses in some delightful Keralite food!

What: Kerala Food Festival

Where: Joke: Your daily bar

28A, Kasturba Gandhi Marg, Connaught Place, New Delhi

When: Until 17 April 2022

Hours: 12 noon to 12 midnight

Cost for two: Money. 1,600 (approx.)



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