We take you on a gastronomical journey at The Falls. The aroma of the many culinary delights wafting from the open kitchen will evoke your appetite and be a guide to your taste buds. The multi-cuisine restaurant offers an assorted platter of delectable dishes and beverages that will pamper your palate with regional, continental or chef special treats. The Falls is a one of its kind architectural marvel built on the bridge between the valley and a natural stream runs underneath which on can witness trough a see-through glass floor in the center. The gorgeous decor, snug furniture, a warm service and the lush greenery around will amplify your dining experience. Guests can also choose to enjoy their meals outdoors at attached alfresco dining and alor relish intimate candlelit dinner by our very own waterfall near The Falls.

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Explore the Delicacy of Coorg

Coorg gastronomy reflects the richness of Coorg lifestyle and traditions. Most of the cuisines are prepared using local ingredients like Pepper, Nutmeg, Kachampuli, Wild Mushrooms, and Bamboo Shoot. The combination of vegetarian and non-vegetarian delicacies is prepared based on seasons. You can relish some of such mouth-watering Coorgi dishes at The Falls in The Tamara Coorg.

Pandi Curry

Pandi Curry

A famous recipe from Coorg. Pork meat is cooked in a freshly made masala paste using Coorg spices and ingredients which lends it its rich colour and mouth-watering taste.

Kadumbuttu

Kadumbuttu

Kadmbuttu (Rice Ball). Cooked broken rice will be rolled into small ball sizes and steamed; it is a very popular dish in Coorg. Kadumbuttu goes well with any curries but is a perfect combination with Coorg Pandi Curry.

Akki Otti

Akki Otti

Akki Otti or Akki Rotti is basically a Coorgi bread prepared with cooked rice and rice flour. This is a famous breakfast food often served with Ellu Pajji or Chutney.

Bimbale Curry

Bimbale Curry

Bimbale Curry or Bamboo shoots curry is a seasonal delicacy of Coorg during monsoon. Bamboo Shoots are sliced or chopped finely and boiled with other ingredients.

Kummu Curry

Kummu Curry

Kummu curry (Mushroom curry) is prepared using wild mushrooms of Coorg hills. This is one of the famous dishes of Coorg during monsoon. Coorg spices are used to make the curry and boiled mushrooms will be added as main ingredients. This delicacy is a perfect combination with Akki Otti.

Nooputtu

Nooputtu

Nooputtu can be called as rice noodles of Coorg. Cooked rice floor will be pressed in the noodle press and steamed before being served on a Banana leaf. Any Coorgi curry will be a perfect combination with this dish.

Koovale Puttu

Koovale Puttu

Koovale puttu is made with ripe Jackfruit and broken rice steamed in folded Koovale leaves. This delicacy is one of the famous breakfast options during Jackfruit season.

Paputtu

Paputtu

Paputtu or rice cake is prepared with milk, rice, coconut and cardamom by steaming all together. This will be served with mutton or chicken curry for a perfect food combination.

Koli Curry

Koli Curry

This is chicken curry made of country chicken and the curry is prepared with Coorg spices. The flavor of kachampuli makes this curry special and mouth-watering

Thambuttu

Thambuttu

Thambuttu is one of the desserts made of local Banana, fresh rice, cardamom and jaggery. Most of the Coorg festivals, and especially Puttari festival, are celebrated with this sweet dish.