What to eat in Kerala?

The breakfast, served after the yoga class, follows the local tradition: fresh fruits and masala chai that accompany the main dish; lunch and dinner are served in the terrace restaurant overlooking the lake, based on vegetables accompanied by different types of rice and bread including the paratha and chapati freshly prepared every day.
It’s also possible to make an exception for non-vegetarians: local seafood, chicken and beef cooked with masala spices and coconut milk.

The Indian food is very flavourful thanks to the use of the many spices available in the area. It makes extensive use of cumin, coriander, black pepper, nutmeg, ginger, cinnamon, cloves, star anise, cardamom.

One of the main dishes is the ‘daal’ (made with lentils) served with yoghurt. Do not miss the many varieties of fresh fruit: pineapple, watermelon, mango, papaya, banana, coconut and many more depending on the season. All ingredients used inside of the Vedaguru Centre (spices, tea, coffee, milk, vegetables, yogurt) are grown, harvested and consumed on the spot.

If you have any allergies or special requests please advise us prior to your arrival at the centre.