The cuisine at Eighth Bastion is a fusion play of a high order. It is an earnest improvisation on some old favourites, hand picked from the ring of Indian Ocean spots that witnessed Dutch influence from the early 1600s.Eclectic as the cuisine is, it uses local ingredients, particularly the famed spices of Kerala, in a commitment to freshness and a genuinely flavorful dining experience.
Where Dutch meet Malabari. At the East Indies restaurant, you can enjoy a fusion of local favourites with Dutch flavours.
Kerala Zest Our Head Chef swears by local
ingredients, particularly the famed spices from the Mattanchery market, to deliver a
flavorful dining experience.
Dish to Relish Indulge in this trio of beef sliders,
served with eggplant chips – an all-
time favourite at the East Indies
restaurant, for travellers and locals alike.
Fresh Fares Enjoy local ingredients and the catch of the day
that complement the diverse
cuisines served at the East Indies.
Chef’s Special Want to know what is unique on your menu each day? Just ask the chef and get his personal recommendations too. East Indies does not serve alcoholic beverages.
Menu Extravaganza The menu has three sections -
Ocean (seafood), Earth (fruits and
vegetables) and Meat (mutton,