Opening later this year…
But if you don’t want to wait, the takeaway service is already up and running.
Trissur Pooram is a new family-run restaurant that promises to bring a taste of South Indian cuisine to Burley, Kirkstall and beyond.
According to Trissur Pooram, Kerala is lovingly known as ‘Gods Own Country’, so where better to set up than in the heart of God’s Own County here in Leeds?
The menu spans from traditional curries (including plenty of biriyani variations and others straight from the clay oven) to dosas and desserts. Dishes that have got us talking include the Kallumakaya, mussels roasted in south Indian spices, onions and chillies; Devil Chicken Curry and the Masala Bonda: potato masala deep fried with gram flour and served with a coconut chutney.
The full menu is currently available to order on takeaway platforms whilst the restaurant itself is being done up, ready to open later this year.
Taking over the former Meat Is Dead site on Kirkstall Road, the vegan restaurant was known for its “junk-free” vegan menu, bottomless brunch, pub quizzes, a warming workspace for remote workers as well as delicious meals spanning breakfast, lunch and dinner but closed its doors just over a year ago, citing “crippling costs and hard hitting times” for the reason for its closure.
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To keep up to date with this exciting new opening, visit the Trissur Pooram website here.
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