We've been going to Swaadisht alot. Gorgeous authentic Kerala cuisine. It's especially awesome because it closes at 11pm. Matches our schedules perfectly. Late night dining rocks, be it for dinner, supper or simply nibbles.
The man is hopelessly hooked on its goat biryani (pictured above). It's such a beautiful version of biryani. It's mutton really. You could choose to have it with usual basmati or the baby basmati (
We're not too fond of localized version whereby curry is slapped over greasy biryani. It means we're not keen on Alauddin at Tekka Market and its assorted cousins. At Swaadisht, they serve the biryani in the style that we really like. I especially enjoy the biryani with the aloo gobi manchurian. It tickles me very much because it's a dish that no Chinese restaurant can re-create in spite of its name and origins.
Addendum: Finally took a proper look at the menu about the rice. The menu states it as 'jeeraka chamba rice'. Ahhh.