Best, Good, Veg, Non-veg Restaurants in Mysore
|Mysore Dasara 2010|
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|Wednesday, 06 October 2010 05:50|
Mysore, the second largest city of Karnataka is a magnificent city that attracts the tourists from all over India as well as world. Mysore is famous for its heritage site-listing and rich cultural heritage. What Mysore is also very well known for is its fusion food that is a combination of the simple cuisine of the locals and the foods from different part of the world.
If you want to know What/Where to Eat in Mysore then there are various Popular Restaurants in Mysore, which ensure that tourists can savor some of the unique dishes.
Other local specialties of Mysore such as gojju, tovve huli or saaru are served in these restaurants. Mysore is well known for its wide selection of rice-based dishes including chitranna, vangibath and pulliyoigrae. The most distinct Mysore dish bisibelebath, which is a sumptuous recipe of rice, lentils, tamarind, dried coconut, chilli powder and spices is served in these Popular Restaurants at Mysore.
The chefs of these restaurants cook up the most delicious dishes for the visitors everyday. Apart from the traditional cuisines from Mysore, the Popular Restaurants of Mysore also offer a wide range of Chinese, Continental and various kinds of Indian dishes to satiate everybody's taste buds. If you like sweets then you must taste the local specialty called Mysore pak (mysurpa).
Situated in the Vinobha Road, Gardenia Restaurant in Mysore is recently renovated and one of the finest restaurants in Mysore that "serve like family and treat like a friend". This restaurant is well known for serving the best in Indian, Continental, and Oriental delicacies for years and menu is a combination of modern and traditional mouth-watering cuisines.
In this restaurant, you can enjoy mouth-watering authentic and home-style food all at reasonable prices. Gardenia Restaurant's specialty is the Masala Dosa.
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