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South Indian delicacy at its best. Here, in The Kerala we earnestly try to reproduce the same village cuisine which is almost alien to your tongue and we cordially invite you to the opulence of a novel and intellectual blend of diversity of taste -viz The Kerala
I have enjoyed curries for 50 years, I dined at Kerala with a friend on a Tuesday night, four other tables occupied, so not busy. The table service was excellent and the food imaginative, well prepared and very tasty. I will certainly dine here again.
Probably the best Indian restaurant we have in Caterham, especially if you want something a little different. Reasonably priced and excellent choice of vegetarian options (can't comment on the meat and fish, but other people seem to clear their plates!) Often go with friends and...More
My wife and I moved from Caterham and have missed the amazing food the Kerala provides. Over Christmas we were travelling on the m25 and made a detour to have a takeaway which we then transported 30 miles away. We were throughly impressed when we...More
Took a gamble on this place on a Saturday evening, after a trip up to Selhurst Park to watch a football match.
It appealed as it was a little different to the typical / generic curry houses to which I'm more accustomed, and offered (as...More
Two vegans and two omnivores go to a restaurant.... not a joke but the start of a lovely evening!
The Kerala is a lovely welcoming restaurant with a family feel. The food is excellent quality with a diverse and very carefully labelled menu (which is...More
A second Sunday lunch absolutely delicious. Started with Sand island non-alcoholic cocktail. Special dosa, lamb biryani, prawn curry, vegetarian beet side, a lot to eat. Warm Keralan dessert and frozen mango icecream. £49 for two.
Pleasantly priced & tasty South Indian style food, I’m no expert (not been to that part of India) but seemed pretty authentic, especially in relation to what usually passes for Curry House in this part of the London Suburbs.
Service cheerful and quick, even with...More