Visited this restaurant last week with my wife. What say service and food quality were both poor. Just a bottle of water took like for ever.
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One on one cookery lesson with Aroma, cooked 5 dishes in just under an hour then spent another hour enjoying eating them ! Really enjoyed it, not as long as many but such good simple dishes to learn, Highly recommend especially at little more cost...More
Quiet restaurant on the second floor of a hotel. Our group of ten was alone here on a Monday night. The food was absolutely delicious. We ordered a variety of dishes and everyone was very pleased. I can't remember the names of anything we ordered...More
The restaurant was very nice with great ambiance. Serving by the staff was very professional. Very neat family restaurant. My wife had parotta and chicken. I had coconut rice with coconut prawns. Awesome taste.
Enjoyed an excellent lunch at Casa Linda, the staff were great and the price was extremely reasonable. My only criticism is that the table cloth was rather dirty which can be a bit off putting when having a meal
We had the coconut prawns and the fish curry. Both were excellent - I loved the curry flavor especially - I am not a fan of fish curries generally but loved this one! So much so that we asked about their cookery class and went...More
We can't recommend this place enough! Some of the best Indian cuisine we have ever eaten, and we've eaten quite a lot. When you taste the food it is obvious that the standard of cookery is of a professional level. Such great value for money...More
This was our first dinner during our 2 weeks in Kerala and it remained one of our favourites. It's just a short walk from the main part of Fort Cochin and is well worth a visit. We shared Coconut prawns, Fish Moilee, lime rice, coconut...More