2 February, 2020
Top-Rated Places To Eat In Top Indian Cities
Peshawri: This authentic restaurant serves amazing non-vegetarian food. Enjoy Indian and Mughali cuisines at their finest with amazing ambiance and service. You should also visit the famous Sheroes Hangout, a cafe run by acid-attack survivors for some much-needed inspiration.
Sheesh Mahal: For authentic Rajasthani and Mughlai cuisines, Sheesh Mahal is your place to go. Located in Hotel Mansingh Palace, this place provides a great view, overlooking the waters of Ana Sagar Lake.
Langar at the Golden Temple: Spread your hands for the langar (free meal) prepared and served by the volunteers in the temple. The specialty of the Amritsar is definitely Kulche-Chole, lassi, and jalebis. You can find them at Brothers Dhaba or Bharawan Dhaba near Townhall, Kesar da Dhaba and Gurdass Ram Jalebi Wale near Golden Temple, Kulcha Chole Dhaba at Maqbool Road and Lassi Wala Chowk at Hall Bazar.
Big Brewsky: Finger licking good food, authentic brews, romantic pool-side tables, young and groovy atmosphere, live music, what more do you need from a good restaurant? For a top-rated experience, visit the Big Brewsky. For some soul-filling dessert, you can try Truffles.
Annalakshmi Restaurant: For some amazing lip smacking South Indian Food and Dosas, head to this place. Must try are the Sevai Payasam, Paneer Palak, Mysore Masala Dosa. The best idlis and ghee uthappams are to be had at Murugan Idli Shop and don’t forget the molagapodi to go with these.
Valarmathi Kongunaatu Samayal: One of the top-rated restaurants in Coimbatore, this place offers authentic South Indian food that will satiate your soul. Do try the unique and flavourful Biryani while you are here! For yummy idly sambhar and coffee, head to Shree Annapoorna restaurant.
Ritz Classic: This place is a must-visit for tourists and locals alike. For a soul satisfying seafood sojourn, do try the fish thaali and prawn stuffed papads. Another local favourite is Hotel George at the steps of Panjim Church. Martin’s Corner in Betalbatim is also a popular choice.
Bawarchi: The first place to step foot in Hyderabad is the famous Bawarchi in RTC X Roads. Known for its delectable ‘Dum’ Biryanis, Bawarchi has taken the city’s passion for biryani to an all new level. Do put the Haleem served at Pista House on your must-eat list.
Laxmi Misthan Bhandar: You cannot leave Jaipur without trying the celebration that is Laxmi Misthan Bhandar or LMB. This pure vegetarian eatery serves an array of sweets and yummy savories.
Flury’s: Flury’s is a legendary tearoom that has a host of traditional European confections. Enjoy its wide variety of exotic cakes, creamy pastries, rich puddings and Swiss chocolates. It has the old world charm of a European Café with a contemporary touch.
3rd Rock: This quaint little eatery is a delight for seafood lovers. It also serves Asian and western cuisines Make your taste buds swear by trying the Fish Malabar and grilled fish. Also eat at Sanjeevani Restaurant and Malabar Coast when at Kovalam.
Giri Manja’s: When in Mangalore, it is sea food that will feed your soul. The Mangalore fish curry, Prawn Masala, Chicken ghee roast as well as other classics like Mangalore buns, can be sampled at this awesome restuarant. Also try Gajalee, Shetty Lunch Home and others.
Theobroma: Satiate your sweet tooth and fill your soul with some embracing indulgence at Theobroma. Definitely, try the overloaded brownie and have a party on your taste buds! For some more tummy filling food, try Romano’s, JW Cafe and many more!
Vinayaka Mylari: While in Mysore, you must taste the local fare – vegetarian South Indian fare that is healthy, delicious and very affordable. Stop at Vinayaka Mylari where those in the know gather for their Mysore masala dosa and breakfast idlis. Cafe Aramane is another great spot for typical Mysore-style tiffin and excellent filter coffee.
Indian Accent: Housed in a small boutique hotel, Indian Accent is an innovative and unusual restaurant which platters fusion food. It is also featured in the list of Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants. Do taste the Butter Chicken Kulcha, Chicken Tikka Quesadillas and other awesome food. Also head to Bukhara
Villa Shanthi: When in Pondicherry, eat like the french. Villa Shanthi is an authentic french bistro that is keeping it upscale and personal. Famous for its non-vegetarian and seafood, this place is a bang for your buck. Pondicherry has no dearth of places to eat try! Experiment with awesome food and enjoy!
Malaka Spice: We love the epicurean experience that Malaka Spice has got Puneites addicted to! The pan Asian food, al fresco dining, art by local artists, which you can buy as well – enough reasons to heart this place and keep it at the top of our list.
Villa Maya: Located in a restored 18th-century Dutch Manor, this restaurant offers you a truly fine dining experience. The menu features an array of local and international dishes from Morroco and Italy. Enjoy excellent ambiance, candle light dining, and amazing live music.
Baati Chokha: To fully enjoy an Indian meal, you must eat it in a traditional setting. A chula, sil batta, charpoys welcome you when you enter Baati Chokha. The food is served in huge brass plates and katoris. Though famous for their elaborate thalis, you must try their litti chokha and sattu parathas.
Minerva Coffee Shop: Almost another USP for Vijayawada after the Kanakadurga temple and Prakasham Barrage and definitely a local favourite is Minerva Coffee Shop. You have to try the South Indian Thalis at Minerva and needless to say the hot piping coffee.
Raju Gaari Dhaba in Rushikonda: For a true blue Andhra style Biryani and more, head to this place which will surely be a party for your taste buds. This place is n absolute nonvegetarians paradise.