The aroma that makes every passer by crossing the CH bridge mouthwatering and tempts them to eat, ranks 11th among 150 restaurants. Taste Atlas, an online guide focused on immersive travel experiences, has recently released a compilation of the “Top 150 Most Legendary Restaurants in the World.” This prestigious list guarantees a unique culinary journey that is undeniably worth embarking upon, representing an exceptional gastronomic adventure that should be savored at least once in a person’s lifetime. The guide ranked Kozhikode Paragon as the 11th restaurant on the list, highlighting their biryani as the most iconic dish.
Since its establishment in 1939, Paragon has consistently remained one of the top choices among Kozhikodens, cementing its reputation as a go-to destination for exceptional dining experiences. The restaurant proudly showcases local produce and utilizes traditional cooking methods, resulting in an authentic culinary experience that makes them the best. Apart from Paragon, six other renowned restaurants from India have made it onto the list. These restaurants are Tunday Kababi in Lucknow, Peter Cat in Kolkata, Amrik Sukhdev Dhaba in Murthal, Mavali Tiffin Rooms in Bangalore, Karim’s in Delhi, and Ram Ashraya in Mumbai. They have secured respective rankings of 17th, 23rd, 39th, 87th, and 112th. The title of the most legendary restaurant in the world goes to Figlmüller in Vienna, Austria, which has built its reputation over a century by specializing in a single dish, the Schnitzel Wiener Art.