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"Thakkara" - closely resembles "Thakkaram"; a colloquial used by northern Malabar Muslims for the feast (salkaram) given to the Puthiya Maappila or Puthiyaappilla the groom. It is needless to add that Malabar Muslims are renowned for their elaborate eating habits and hence their scrumptious wedding feast & festivities. The coast of Malabar has been influenced by Arab traders, French rulers, native Zamorins and Namboodiris during its heydays. The region, therefore has been blessed with a good blend of Muslims, Christians and Hindus absorbing the rich taste from all and catering to the palates of a diversified community. Each coastal town in these parts of Kerala has their own unique way of preparing…
$3 - $8
Halal, Vegetarian Friendly
Delivery, Takeout, Reservations, Seating, Table Service
In many restaurants in Kuwait I prefer Thakkara restaurant as my Favourite. They serving the Unique taste of Malabar Dishes. I like Meals,Biryani's and Beef Dishes most. Porotta Beef kizhi is the Special Dish I ever had from Thakkara.
Thank u Thakkara, Keep it up.
I was searching for malabar food for along time, but a good oltion was not available yet, so i went on searching for one and finally reached in Thakkara, as Name indicates thakkara was really a food treet with lot of malabar varities, The spscialitem...More
Remember, it's Kuwait and it's costly. So, when you order food from Thakkara or any other Indian restaurant, you will always compare with the price if it was in Kerala or any other indian states. But if you live in a foreign country you have...More
Well, one thing I like about Thakkara is their Biriyani. It has a special flavour and in one of their biriyani's they use small rice.
Porotta in Thakkara is more filling than other restaurants. Nasrani chicken curry is good also. Has not tasted other dishes...More