PUBLISHED: 14:25 07 August 2019 | UPDATED: 14:25 07 August 2019 Ruth Lawes Taste of Malabar serves food from Kerala in the South of India. Picture: Ruth Lawes Archant An Indian restaurant in Norwich has relaunched with a new menu and name – after its owner discovered people didn’t realise what exactly it did. Alisha Kallarackal and Alina Antony (L-R) both work at Taste of Malabar. Picture: Ruth LawesCafe Malabar on Magdalen Street which first opened in 2014 has been renamed Taste of Malabar and added new southern Indian dishes to the menu.The owner Antony Thomas, a father-of-two who lives on Bowthorpe Road, said: “Many customers got confused and didn’t realise we were a restaurant so we changed the name and thought it was a suitable time for a refresh.”Cafe Malabar is reopening as Taste of Malabar with a brand new menu. Picture: Ruth LawesThe family-run restaurant serves regional food from Kerala in south India, famous for seafood and coconut, and the revamped menu includes a further ten of these dishes. Mr Thomas, who moved to Norwich 17 years ago, picked out the spicy lamb fry and dosa, a savoury Indian pancake, as his favourite additions.Mr Thomas’s 19-year-old daughter, Alina, who… Read full this story
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