The resort is fully equipped to make your stay pleasurable. Our garden side and lake view villas are furnished luxuriously and allow plenty of sunlight to come in. The five-acre premise of the resort is carpeted in greenery with lush grass, flowering plants and fruit yielding trees.
If you are in the Punnamada resort, you will enjoy some traditional south Indian cuisine in the Punnamada Restaurant for sure. They offer you a huge variety of Traditional Kerala Dishes both vegetarian as well as non-vegetarian served at your palate, like the very famous karimeen fry which is a very sought after and tasty delicacy of the region. This pearl spotted, marinated and deeply fried fish item is something you can’t miss.They will also serve you with other options like Avial, Thoran, mezukkuvarati, kootu curry to mention for the vegetarians. You will get various delicious items based on paneer as well as different vegetables, to satisfy your hunger. The all time favorite south Indian Dosa, idli and sambar vada are available 24/7 at your service.
Being a fine dining restaurant Punnamada kitchen also has some great dishes for the non vegetarians as well. Traditional but delicious Kerala dishes like Karimeen pollichathu, kanava vattichathu, fish molly, choola fried chicken and many more are there to satisfy your taste buds.This multi-Cuisine Punnamada restaurant has appointed expert professional chefs for any type of dish you order including north Indian delicacies like tandoori chicken or specialty from any other part of India. They can quickly serve food according to the choice made by the guests! Isn’t that lovely? Apart from that, the ambience is mind blowing and you will surely enjoy a great time with your beloved here in Punnamada!
Sadya is a traditional feast among the people of Kerala and it is usually associated with special occasions. Traditionally, Sadya is a pure vegetarian meal served on tender banana leaf. It is considered to be the most elaborate and grand meal prepared by any civilization or cultures in the world. It's a feast which if enjoyed once is relished for years.
People having Sadya sit cross-legged on the mat laid on the floor and eat with their bare hands. Use of hands in eating a sadya is especially important since it utilises all of our senses – sight, hearing, taste, smell and touch. This meal also triggers all of the basic tastes – sweet, salty, sour and bitter.
The number of dishes varies from 11 to 24 and the main dishes are , parippu curry, Erissery, Kalan or Pulisseri, Olan, Aviyal, Thoran, Koottukari, Sambar, Pachadi, Kitchadi, Rasam, varieties of payasam, Prathaman, Varieties of Upperi or Chips, Varieties of Pickles (Achaar), Pappads (Pappadam), plantain Fruits with the multiple servings of the Boiled rice