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Brunton Boatyard

Fort Cochin, Kerala

There are 3 restaurants at Brunton Boatyard: Armoury (which includes the bar), History and the Terrace.

The Armoury café serves breakfast to the ground floor seating area either indoors or out on the lawns overlooking the harbour. With both continental and south Indian options we came away more than happy, everything fresh and delicious, the fruit coming from only small, local retailers, and all organic too.

History is a more formal restaurant, serving just dinner and located on the hotel’s first floor, overlooking the courtyard. There’s live music and a varied, though not extensive, menu, more suited to non-vegetarians if you’re staying here for more than a night or two. The chef does great things with traditional, Keralan culinary ideas and its these dishes that we would highly recommend. There’s a good wine selection here as well.

Most recommended is the open-air terrace restaurant, operating only outside of monsoon of course. The focus here is on locally supplied seafood which is bought in daily; do ask what is available and how it can be cooked.

For late night drinks, the Armoury café has a small but intimate bar on one side, well equipped and well manned. However, alcohol can be served throughout the hotel.

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Menu

Good variety but not as extensive as 3 restaurant areas would suggest.

Breakfast: continental and south Indian.

For dinner, the Indian dishes are really the way to go: the railway mutton curry, the broccoli stew with appam. All in all, a good choice of meat dishes with a creative, ‘fusion’ element to excite the taste buds.

The seafood in the terrace restaurant is as fresh as it gets.

Dining nearby

There are some great little cafes around Fort Cochin, best known of all are Kashi Café on nearby Burgar Street, and Teapot Café on Peter Celli Street. Both are great spots for breakfast, snacks and lunch.

Our favourite places: for a first-class dining experience try the restaurant at Malabar House on Parade Road. And for a really unique experience buy some fish at the seafront and get it cooked at a street restaurant on Tower Road.

Also see our guide to eating in Cochin.

Type Large boutique hotel
Rooms 22
Children Yes
Closed Never