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Inspired by the region, “Ahua” which means nature in Maori is our all day dining area in our resort in Wayanad, where you can indulge in a variety of local flavors from around the region. The concept of Ahua is to eat local and think global. Be it the seasonal fresh fruits, the plantation produce, the sumptuous Kizhisadhya or the delicious paayasam, Ahua never lets down anyone willing to try out local flavors of Wayanad. At After The Rains Resort in Wayanad, we try to meet our requirements of milk, eggs, honey,spices and fruits from our own farms.

Being the most important meal of the day, breakfast is a careful selection of buffet and Table D ‘outh. The buffet offers you varieties of fresh breads, fruit platters, homemade granola, cereals, flavored yoghurts, exotic preserves, eggs to order and many more. South Indian breakfast is served on the table depending upon the menu of the particular day. Guests can taste popular delicacies like Kallappam with chicken ishtew as well as the puttu filled with rice flakes and finely grated coconut accompanied by thick gravy of chick peas or vegetable uttappams, thattudosas and steaming idlis with a wide range of chutneys.

Freshly grounded coffee from our plantation and piping hot tea from the colonial tea estates of Rippon is bound to make your day fit for a summiteer.

Dinner is the most exclusive treat, where the meals served include broths, garden fresh salads, lentils, platters of meat and vegetables cooked in regional flavors to delight your senses. Hung curd and in house pickles are the main accompaniments. Dishes made from tomatoes, spinach, cottage cheese and gram flour cater for vegetarian taste buds. Rice and roti are in a good variety and differ with the day’s menu. For the meat lovers, chicken cooked in Indian masal’s covered with banana leaf, Malabar fish curry cooked in thick gravy of coconut milk, kodavapandi curry or the kuttanadankozhiperalan are some of our highly recommendable dishes that alternatively form part of the menu.

Barbeques are done on special days depending upon the weather conditions. A tempting selection of chilled soups, platters of charcoal grilled and spit roasted chicken, meat and fish, skewers of grilled vegetables and caramelized fruits help you to wrap up your day of adventure.

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"Kattunaykar" the hunter clan of Wayanad speaks "paniyah", one of the oldest languages of
the Dravidian family which is inspired from Telugu, Tamil, Kannada and Sanskrit.

The Asian palm civet which is found in the area, eat and poop coffee berries
which are globally used for making "Kopi Luwak" the most expensive coffee.

Countless evidences about New Stone Age civilization
can be seen on the hills of Wayanad.

The prices of pepper from Wayanad were extremely high in the Middle Ages and
the trade was completely dominated by the Romans. Black pepper, termed black gold, was used as currency.

"During monsoon, it is the practice of tribal communities of Wayanad to collect wild edible leaves, wild mushrooms, bamboo shoots
and wild crabs and prepare nutritious food."

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