Head to Arippa to enjoy authentic local flavour

Arippa restaurant

‘Arippa’ restaurant on MG Road in Ernakulam, which serves mouth-watering local delicacies, has become the favorite hub of food-lovers and families.

Foodies keep coming back to Arippa to enjoy the all-time super hit combination of 'chendamuriyan tapioca' with Kanthari (birdeye chili) chutney, spicy fish curry, chicken marinated in pepper and cooked to perfection, fish molee, and kappa biryani.

Families who long enjoy the local dishes at ‘thattukada’ now head to Arippa. Tastefully done interiors and a live and open kitchen make Arippa stand apart from other eateries. Some of the most hilarious scenes from Malayalam cinema adorn the walls of this restaurant. The quirky menu card too would elicit a good laugh from customers. The various types of 'puttu' come under the category ‘Japania kuhu kuhu,' while the tapioca dishes are named ‘Angamaly Diaries.'

Unlike other restaurants, food is not served here from breakfast to dinner. It is during lunch that Arippa bustles with customers. The restaurant stays open past midnight as food lovers keep coming in. Tea time snacks are not served at Arippa.


The 'chendamuriyan' tapioca and 'kantari chutney' are the most popular dishes on the menu and it is served at all times. Puttu, dosa and appam are available only in the evenings. Lunch is served along with mouth- watering delicacies like fish curry or pepper chicken.

Foodies even love to try a plate of piping hot biryani or fried rice. Fish molee, Alappuzha fish curry and beef roast too are some of the specialties at Arippa. Puttu varieties like steaming hot chicken, keema puttu and beef keema puttu, and shallot dosa and pepper dosa add a twist to the traditional breakfast dishes of Kerala. The aroma of the masala and succulent beef from Kappa biryani would floor any food lover.

Arippa caters to the tastes and preferences of everyone who walks into the restaurant. It is the perfect place to try out the authentic taste of the local delicacies.

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