Our elegant, open space restaurant is situated in the greenery of a bamboo plantation. Enjoy the gentle sea breeze and a magnificent view of the Arabian Sea as you dine. Dishes are served a la carte. Special, Ayurvedic cuisine is also offered to guests based on doctor’s advice and the Ayurveda packages. We offer both Indian and Mediterranean-style Ayurvedic dishes. Traditional Kerala thali meals are also available.Our kitchen uses the very best hand-picked ingredients, mostly organic products and purified water.
Alcohol and smoking are not allowed in the retreat.
Savour the nutritious spread we offer right next to a beautiful bamboo plantation while enjoying a splendid view of the sea. The restaurant offers a variety of organic dining options that include Indian as well Mediterranian delicacies.
The ancient science of life, Ayurveda provides the principles and practices of daily regime (Dinacharya), Seasonal regime (Ritucharya) and Dietary pattern in various stages of life- health and disease, physiological urges, procreation and code of ethics for healthy living pattern.
Regulation of diet is essential in Ayurveda, since it examines the whole body as the product of food. Ayurveda considers food as the foremost among Tripods (Food, Sleep, Procreation) of life. How to eat, when to eat, what not to eat, where to eat etc. are unique to Ayurveda dietary pattern. Due to lack of knowledge about correct eating habits, timing, cooking procedure, balanced diet and prescribed rules for preparing, preserving and eating food, leads to various life style diseases.
The eight major aspects of food are:
1. Qualitative characteristics
6. Time and seasonal variation
7. Rules of dieting
8. The person consumes
The principles of right food provide knowledge about food in different diseases, there are variety of curative and health promoting food designs. Pre and post management of Panchakarma procedure also prescribes specific food pattern.
“Kitchen is the best pharmacy providing preventive and curative dishes”
We serve Antioxidant Salads, Immunity Boosting Juice and Energizing Soups during treatment. We serve mainly organic cultivated vegetables and fruits and will not add any preservatives; the ingredients we mainly use are natural and organic. The food we serve are as per doctors advice to boosts the immunity, improves digestion which suits the Ayurveda Treatments.
Regular use of spices and herbs like, curcuma, ginger, garlic, curry leaves, mustard seed, asafoetida, dry ginger, black pepper, shallots, lemon, green gram etc. boosts the immunity of human body.
Herbal drinking water prepared using dried ginger, coriander, tulsi leaves, vetiver (ramacham) improves digestion.
A refreshing Ayurvedic energy drink, summer drinks of India.On a hot summer day, all you need is a tall glass of chilled jal jeera. Jal jeera or jaljira is a refreshing, traditional Indian summer drink with health benefits. Jaljira not only quenches your thirst but also increases your appetite and aids in digestion
Shikanji – Indian lemonade with a twist – summer drinks of India. Shikanji aka Shikanjvi, a flavorful summer cooler that is rich in Vit C. It is popular in Northern and Central India as well as Pakistan. Shikanji recipe is one of the easiest summer drinks of India that you can put together in a jiffy. It is light, refreshing, with citrus flavoring and fragrant due to the spices and mint. Simple spices like roasted cumin and black salt shine through to make a perfectly balanced flavored lemonade.
Moong dal Jain style is hearty and filling without being heavy and the simple finishing touch of fresh coriander brightens the earthy dal. Makes for a warm, comforting and a nourishing meal with a bowl of hot rice or phulkas.
Aam Panna is a rejuvenating and refreshing cooler prepared using raw green mangoes during the hot summer months when mangoes are in season. This sweet and sour summer drink, also known as Kairi Panha works as a digestive and is hard to resist due to its unbeatable flavor and health benefits.
"Let Food Be Thy Medicine, and Medicine be thy Food " - Hippocrates.