London is full of English food. People like raw vegetables without any spices. They are font of  chocolates but not spices. Since we are interested in spicy food we used to cook what we want. Sometime we fed up with that food too. So we will go out and have food from Chennai Dosa or from some other restaurants. One day accidentally I was happened  to be in  Thattukada with one of my friends from college. I liked the food very much. Its the real taste of what we get from our hometown or from our home. We get vegetarian and non vegetarian food. I came back and told this to other friends. After some more days we have planned to go to Thattukada  for a lunch. We enjoyed the food very much and ate till our throat. We couldn’t get up from the seats as our stomach was full. Thus we became the fans of Thattukada. It became a routine to go there once in a week. It was such a friendly atmosphere to have very tasty food.

They have eat in and take away facilities. Also they deal with out door catering also.


Address of Thattukada

241B High Street North
Manor Park, E12 6SJ
London, UK.

Tel: 020 8548 8239


People who are able to catch a Jubilee line / District line / Hammer smith and city line , will definitely find Thattukada very easily.

1.Jubilee line: Catch Jubilee towards Stratford. Get down in West Ham and catch District line from West Ham. Get down in East Ham Station

2.Hammersmith and City line: Take the line towards Barking and get down in the last stop(Barking).Then catch District line from there. Get down in East Ham Station

3.Disrict Line: Catch the same towards Upminster. Get down in East Ham Station

After getting down in East Ham Station walk towards the front side. When you are out of the station walk towards the right side of the station. After 50 m from the station you can see the Thasttukada board in the left side of the road. So you need to cross the road and there you  are in your destination.


From Canning Town catch bus 5/ 115 towards East Ham. Get down in East Ham Station stop. Then walk towards the front nearly a 50m. There you can find Thattukada.

I hope all the London Malayalees will try Thattukada atleast once just to know the taste of it :-)

5 thoughts on “T- for THATTUKADA

  1. Hello! I’m glad you like my photo of Thattukada, used at the top of this post, but under the terms of the Creative Commons Licence you do need to give me credit for it. Could you link through to the Flickr page, please?

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