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Time - 2AM to 3AM
Avg Cost for two - Rs.200
Cuisines - Arabian , Kerala - Malabar
Serve - Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Snacks, Drinks and Juices,
Suitable for Friends , Food Explorers
Kasaragod Town, Kasaragod25Followers
Thinking how to get rid of your midnight hunger pangs? Not to worry as New Badriya Restaurant in M.G. Road right in the heart of the city is at your service 24x7. You can place an order of Mutton Chaps, Chicken Sukka and Chicken Biriyani from this hotel, well known for its traditional Kerala cuisines. Being a major landmark of the city, the restaurant operates around the clock on all days except on two main Muslim holidays.
New Badriya Restaurant established in 1953 has been serving gastronomes for over six decades now.
Located in M.G. Road, a kilometre away from Puthiya Bus Stand junction, it has witnessed how the town
surrounding it developed down the years. This restaurant at the centre of the city’s busiest streets is
famous for its tasty Nadan food items and 24 hours service. Location of the restaurant also makes it a
regular food hub for people working in and around M.G. Road.
Though the restaurant functions from an old building, the passing times have not tinted the ambience of
this place which still echoes the buzz of food lovers. New Badriya Restaurant has two main dining areas
on the ground and first floor respectively and is usually filled to its capacity during the lunch hours- the
busiest time of this restaurant.
Mutton dishes are their speciality offering a range of items from Mutton Chaps to Mutton Curry. ‘Mutton
Chap’ with a single big piece of mutton dipped in thick gravy has a dark yellowish colour with a mouth-
watering taste. This is one dish to surely try from here. ‘Mutton Curry’- a bright red colour dish
comprising small pieces of mutton in light gravy has an entirely different taste and aroma than Mutton
‘Chicken Varutharachathu’ is another traditional Kerala dish much in demand among the customers
here. Thickly coated in masala and fried, this dry and tasty dish has a black charring similar to that of
Tandoori Chicken. ‘Chicken Sukka’, a cuisine originally from Mangalore is also a popular item in this
restaurant. Sukka is the Kannada name for chicken coconut. The main ingredient of this dish is a thick
masala prepared with coconut and other spices covering the chicken.
One of the drawbacks of this restaurant is its non-availability of parking space as it situated on a one-
way street with heavy traffic movement. Inconsistent taste of dishes is another problem pointed out by
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