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Why Kerala is special ?
Must try dishes:
- Lunch sets: 850 yen - 2,500 yen
- Dinner courses: 3,500 yen - 6,500 yen
- Mix Tandoor: 2,100 yen
- Veg. Curry :1,250 yen - 1,400 yen
- Chicken Curry: 1,350 yen - 1,800 yen
- Prawn Curry: 1,400 yen - 1,600 yen
How to get to Kerala?
The nearest subway station is Shiyakusho-mae on the Tozai Line of the Kyoto subway or a short walk from Sanjo Keihan. Kerala is located on the 2nd floor; look for the steet-level food display.
- Great food, fast service, authentic Indian cuisine
- Great service, English spoken, very attentive
- An oasis of vegetarian food in a sea of bonito
- Beautiful food, reasonable prices
- Reasonable authentic curry in Kyoto
- Noise level Normal
- Budget Medium
- Alcohol NO
- Air condition NO
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card NO
- Serve breakfast NO
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian YES
Japan, 〒604-8006, 京都府京都市中京区河原町三条上ル西側KUSﾋﾞﾙ２F
Tips for you
The owner/manager did not understand me when I asked for the bill in Hindi, but he understands more about Indian fare than I ever will, although we have traveled extensively in India, including Kerala. On our visit, almost half the guests were Indian. The music (soft background) and decor are Indian. Our tandoori chicken dish and paneer excelled in a meal of four delicious a la carte selections that sufficed for the two of us. The bill, including three drinks, was Y5510, quite reasonable for food of this quality. The service was attentive, and the owner/manager, who one reviewer found rude, was cheery and friendly to us and to other guests. Kerala is on the west side of Kawaramachi north of Sanjodori, and you could easily miss it if you walk that side of the street; the sign in front is small. . We spotted it from the east side by the large green lighted script on the second floor saying simply "Indian food."