Travancore is the first Syrian-Christian restaurant outside of Kerala, which celebrates age-old recipes used by Christian families in the region, who, it is believed, date back to the first century AD. Over the following centuries, as Kerala began to trade in teak, spices, ivory and peacocks with people from the Mediterranean world, many Syrians, among others, remained. They eventually converted to Christianity, and developed a unique meat and seafood cuisine of their own. On the menu you will find chicken, duck, lamb, fish, prawn and crab all given the same fascinating treatment typical of food from this tradition, as well as a highly original vegetarian men
Monday to Thursday 6:00pm to 10:45pm
Friday and Saturday 6:00pm to 11:30pm
Sunday 6:00pm to 10:45 pm
56 Stoke Newington Church Street London N16 ONB Phone: 020 7249 1340
How To Get There
How to get here: Bus routes: 73 Also 67, 76, 106, 243 goes past Stoke Newington High Street from where you can walk to Church Street.