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  • Writer's pictureVijay Nair

Kasaragod - A Foodie's Paradise

Kasaragod, a beautiful town located in the northernmost part of Kerala, is not only a treat for the eyes but also for the taste buds. The town is famous for its unique and delectable cuisine, which is a blend of traditional Kerala-Malabar food with a touch of its own. No wonder, it has become a popular destination for tourists who love to savour authentic dishes.

The food culture of Kasaragod is diverse, and it offers a full spectrum of mouth-watering tastes that are found nowhere else in the world. Whether you are a vegetarian or a non-vegetarian, there is something for everyone. From the famous Chicken Sukka to Ottupola, Neerdosha, and Neypathal, the traditional dishes of Kasaragod are a treat for food lovers.

Apart from the traditional Malabari cuisine, the town also offers a range of other delicacies like Dosa, Puttu, Idly, Appam, Rice or Biryani, Seafood, and Chinese and North Indian dishes. One must not miss the local street shops where you can try the famous stuffed Mussels or Arikkadukka.

If you are a fan of South Indian food, then Latitude Restaurant and Shree Krishna Bhavan Restaurant on Railway Station Rd at Kumbla Kasargod are a must-visit. These restaurants are popular among locals and tourists alike for their authentic South Indian dishes.

A unique feature of the food culture of Kasaragod is the way the food is served. Malayali food items and desserts are served on a plantain leaf, which adds to the overall experience. The aroma and taste of the food, combined with the traditional way of serving, make it a memorable experience.

In conclusion, if you are a foodie and want to experience the diverse and delectable cuisine of Kasaragod, then you must plan a trip to this beautiful town. The food culture of Kasaragod is truly one of a kind and will leave you wanting more. So pack your bags and get ready to treat your taste buds to a memorable gastronomical experience in God's Own Country.

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