Toddy Shops in Kerala – Unique Drink and Dine Experience!


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Toddy is one of the most popular refreshing drinks in Kerala and is widely known as “coconut vodka” by the non-Indian foreigners visiting the place. It is a very mild alcoholic drink that, much like wine, is made out of fermentation. In this process, the coconut palm tree saps are fermented and stored in mud vessels. Though Toddy is tapped from tall palm trees, a process that is a treat to watch, there are some shops that sell the drink or serve it along with the food. So here are the best Toddy halts  or the best Toddy shops in Kerala that you must try if you are visiting the southern state.

(Toddy Shop at Kerala)

 

Nettoor Shappu

Amidst breezy coconut palm trees on the bank of the lake Kochi, there is a toddy shop that is becoming more and more popular with every day. The calm surrounding makes it a perfect spot to visit with family or friends. So, if you are planning a sightseeing trip to the Kochi lake, make sure you taste the amazing toddy along with the guest-favorite – Rabbit Roast here.

 

Mapranam Shappu

The Mapranam Shappu is located near the Rose bar at Mapranam on the highway from Kodungaloor to Thrissur. The toddy served here are absolutely loveable and the taste is surely going to linger for a long time. Apart from just the toddy, the place also serves lip-smacking dishes of Rabbit, Duck, Crab and Kada Fry. You will be able to order around 26 different dishes straight out from the authentic recipe books of Kerala. However, on the weekdays, only half of them are available.

(Enjoying Toddy shot)

 

Karimpumkala Restaurant

The Karimpumkala Restaurant is one of the oldest eateries in Kerala and started in 1958 as a small toddy shop. However, in this present day, it is known to serve delicious South Indian delicacies like the Chemmeen Roast and Karimeen Pollichathu. But while you are here, make you gulp in the toddy that is offered. It is situated near the Post Office Junction at MC Road. The top floor of this restaurant is air-conditioned and is open on all seven days of the week from 7:30 in the morning to 9:30 at night.

 

Mullapandhal Toddy Shop

The Mullapandhal Toddy Shop is one of the oldest and best restaurants in Kerala where you can get a bite of the most authentic south Indian food at reasonable prices. The most popular dishes served here are Njandu Curry (Crab), Meen Thalakkari and Karimeen Pollichathu (Fish). Apart from these, the restaurant also serves some offbeat dishes like Turtle Roast. It is open every day from 9 AM to 9 PM (except on special holidays).

(Appam,_Kappa_&_Vatta_Thala_Mulakitta_Curry)

 

 

 

Toddy shops in Kerala are delightful

If you are in Kerala, you will find that almost all of the restaurants serve toddy along with some South Indian dishes which will keep the taste lingering in your tongue for a long, long time.

 

(Images are taken from Google)

 

Author Bio :-

Amit is an avid traveler and passionate writer. His weekends are dedicated to travel and free time dedicated to writing. His passion for both these hobbies made him start realbharat.org  The blog is intended to bring out the real India and present it to the world!

Comments

  1. Mohit

    Well though the food is not ment for me so I didn’t pay much attention to it but what I like to appraise is that the post informed me about a cusine that I didn’t knew so far and its always great to learn new things. Commenting on the quality of the post is needless else it already holds a position in Indiblogger justifying it all.

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  2. Debjani lahiri

    Now that is one hell area of interest you just touched upon. Whenever I hit a new place , local alcohol and local food tops my agenda . And such guide really helps a lot. Great article ..

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  3. 2Backpackers

    Rabbit roast! This one I have to try out. Quite an interesting post! Local alcohols and cuisines are always on top of our list while travelling to a new place. Will keep toddy in mind when we visit Kerala.

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