I apologise for butchering Malayalam in the title. To be honest, I am not from Kerala. I am just trying to sound like a Keralian.
Speaking of Kerala, apart from breathtaking natural beauty and very friendly people, Kerala is known for its finger-licking delicious food.
Kerala cuisine is found throughout the country. As a Bangalorean, It is my duty to spread the word about the Best Kerala Restaurants in Bangalore.
There are restaurants in Bangalore who serve authentic Kerala food and they are surprisingly in everyone’s budget.
Let’s find the best Kerala Restaurants in Bangalore:
The Fort Kochi Connection
This Kerala restaurant in Bangalore is the best if you are a fan of Malabar food. The most noteworthy is the chicken preparation of this restaurant. Apart from the food, this place has an amazing seating decor and the lilting melodies coming out of the speakers will set the mood to dine and wine. One of the best non-veg restaurants in Bangalore.
You don’t have to look in your pocket too. For two people you just have to spend 1,000 bucks
Venue: Ground Floor, 77/A, Cygnus Chambers, Jyothi Nivas College Road, Koramangala, Bangalore
Aromas of South
Aromas of South is another amazing Kerala restaurant in Bangalore. The best part about this restaurant is that it is not exclusively a Kerala joint. The Kerala food prepared here is extremely tasty and certainly worth to be on our list.
The menu is extremely well designed and the dishes are the same. The service provided by the restaurant is also impeccable. You have to spend 1,000 bucks for this restaurant too. It is one of the best dinner places in Bangalore.
Venue: Hotel 37th Crescent, 37, Crescent Road, High Grounds, Race Course Road, Bangalore.
The name itself reminds you of Kerala. It is one of the most famous Kerala restaurants in Bangalore and it is located in the central business district. The appam here with the curry will force you to lick your fingers. Being one of the best food joints in Bangalore, they don’t charge much.
Your expense here will be approx. 800 buck for two.
Venue: 86, Spencers Building, Church Street, Bangalore
Vembanad -The Paul
Everything at Vembanad – The paul is a feast. Dishes like avial, karimeen, pollichathu or Kappa or prawn biryani. It is like a royal feast. The only drawback is that the service is a little bit slow but when the food arrives the wait seems insignificant. One of the best places to eat in Bangalore.
You might have to spend around 1,800 bucks for two people.
Venue: The Paul Bangalore, 139/28, Opposite Embassy Golf Links, Off Intermediate Ring Road, Domlur, Bangalore
One of the best and cheapest best dinner places in Bangalore with an authentic taste of Kerala. The appam, beef and chicken stew are remarkable.
The balance of ingredients used in the dishes is just sub-par. The ambience of the restaurant is amazing and it is even better at night time. 500 bucks for two people is just a bang for the buck.
Venue: 143, Near Anand Sweets, 5th Block, Munireddy Kalyana Mandappa Road, Koramangala, Bangalore
The name speaks for itself. It is indeed a paradise for Biryani lovers. You are going to have a royal feast in just Rs. 400 for two people.
Every other so-called “Paradise” is just a name but the one situated at Kamanahallu is the one you should be at. It will be your favourite Kerala restaurant in Bangalore after you visit it once. By far the cheapest of them all.
Venue: 43, Swetha Complex, 1st Floor, Main Road, Kammanahalli, Bangalore
If you are too into comfort food then Kumarakom is the place to be. It is a cosy place where you can relax and have an amazing Malabar Meen curry, Naadan Kozhi Curry and other tasty cuisines from Kerala. The service is a bit slow but worth the wait.
Average expense = Rs. 800
Venue: 23, 14th Main, 4th Sector, Opposite BDA Complex, HSR Layout, Bangalore
The menu of Ente Keralam is very versatile. It features expensive soups and classic Kerala fares like idiyappam and rice with vegetable stew to mushroom soup fry. This is just a trailer, the movies is an even bigger blockbuster.
Ente Keralam is the most go to Kerala restaurant in Bangalore. It is totally under your budget, approx. 750 bucks.
Venue: 12/1, Ulsoor Road, Sivanchetti Gardens, Ulsoor, Bangalore
The taste of the Chicken Travancore Fry is the best at Peppers. Once tasted, it will become your favourite Kerala restaurant in Bangalore as it is one of the best dinner places in Bangalore.
The biryanis of this place are simply out of this world. The ambience of this place is high-class and it might take just Rs. 350 for two people. The cheapest Kerala restaurant in Bangalore so far.
Venue: 4, 1st Floor, 1st D Cross, 20th Main, Maruthinagar Main Road, 1st Stage, BTM Layout, Bangalore
Karavalli-The Gateway Hotel
From the ambience to the food, Karavalli is an absolutely dependable place. Reservations are supposed to be made in advance but you can choose your place to seat like in the courtyard, the garden or the indoors.
The best thing to try is appam, the fish curry and the mango curry. Karavalli is a tad bit expensive and might cost you around 3,500 bucks.
Venue: Gateway Hotel, 66, Residency Road, Bangalore
As the name, the ambience and the cuisines are top notch. The seafood here makes Sanadige-Goldfinch Hotel the best Kerala restaurant in Bangalore.
What makes it one of the best places to eat in Bangalore is the ambience. It is going to feel like you are in Kerala. It may cost you approx. 12 bucks to eat here.
Venue: Goldfinch Hotel, 32/3, Crescent Road, Off Race Course Road, Near Shivananda Circle, Seshadripuram, Bangalore
For the people who love spicy food, Pulimunchi is the place. The ambience is comforting and the service alongside the food is good enough to make it into our list. One of the best places to eat in Bangalore.
You might have to pay Rs. 1,000 for a decent meal for two.
Venue: 188/1, 1st Floor, Upper Palace Orchards, Sadashiv Nagar, Bangalore
The food is as good as the name of the place. The prices are average but the service can be improved a little bit. It is one of the cosiest Kerala restaurants in Bangalore.
For two, the price is about 1,000 bucks.
Venue: 130, 1st Cross, 5th Block, Koramangala, Behind Sukh Sagar, Bangalore
New Kairali Restaurant
As soon as you eat at New Kairali Restaurant, it will be your favourite Kerala restaurant in Bangalore. The appam and stew, rice with fish curry will be your favourite dishes after eating here. You have to try the chicken roast here if you are a non-veg. It is one of my favourite non-veg restaurants in Bangalore.
It is around 1,200 bucks for two in here.
Venue: 48 & 49, Nehru Road, Near Riti Jewellery, Kammanahalli, Bangalore
This is an amazing Kerala food joint in Bangalore. The Rabit Pepper Roast and Prawn Curry simmered in coconut milk will make the biggest fan of Chemmeen. It is one of the best and cheapest places to eat in Bangalore.
6,00 bucks is the maximum you have to pay for two.
Venue: 44, Opposite Sapphire Toys, Richmond Road, Bangalore
These are the best Kerala restaurants in Bangalore. If you have cravings for authentic Kerala food then you can visit these places without putting a hole in your wallet.
The food is surprisingly cheap here. Plus the ambience and the service is also good enough to make you come back again and again.
So, if you have cravings for Kerala food then you know the places you can visit to eat.