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Time - 6AM to 9PM
Avg Cost for two - Rs.150
Cuisines - Kerala - Traditional
Serve - Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner,
Suitable for Family , Friends , Food Explorers
Palakkad Town, Palakkad21Followers
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Nana restaurant, which has been in Moovatupuzha since 1970, got noticed among the local customers for its breakfast dishes. This restaurant located at Kacherithazhathu, opposite bus stop is open from 6 am to 9 pm on all days of the week. The best dishes to try from this restaurant are chiratta puttu & beef curry, palappam & mutta roast, veeshu porotta etc.
This restaurant is something close to a legend in town for its awesome combination dishes, which grabs the attention of any foodie instantly. Although they are open in the morning from 6 am to 9 pm at night, the best time to visit this restaurant will be during their morning breakfast hours, when their famous breakfast dish combos are available.
Started in 1970, Nana hotel is situated right opposite the bus stop towards Thodupuzha on the right side at Kacherithazhathu, Moovattupuzha. This restaurant don’t have any parking area of its own but one can park on the sides of the roads and during morning hours there won’t be much problem in finding parking space.
Chirattaputtu and beef curry is one of their superb breakfast dish you should definitely give a try. Made inside a mould of coconut shell from which the dish got its name, chirattaputtu is a superb mix of rice powder and coconut scrapes steamed to make this dish. The most preferred combination with this dish is their spicy hot red colored beef curry, which tastes just mind blowing when mixed and had with puttu.
Palappam and mutta roast is also another common breakfast dish served at its best at this restaurant. The thick onion gravy of the dish along with the palappam that is so soft and fluffy makes for a perfect breakfast. Veeshu porotta is another specialty dish you could try from this place, which is basically bit bigger than the usual porotta and has obnoxious amount of ghee applied to it. This is a perfect dish to have some of their spicy gravy dishes with.
They have two kitchens and one main dining area. There evening dishes are prepared in the kitchen near the hall and their main kitchen is below the ground level beneath the dining area. They have a pretty neat and clean ambience for such a small hotel. They serve meals both in the afternoon and also for dinner but their breakfast items are the most popular among their patrons. This place also acts as a gathering point of the locals for their early morning tea and an active discussion point on contemporary issues.
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