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Bhavnagar Food



Bhavnagar Food presents a treasure trove of vegetarian culinary dishes. There are a number of restaurants which are a rave among the people of the city.

Bhavnagar Food reflects the mouthwatering traditional cuisine of the state of Gujarat. Delectable vegetarian fares as well as a widespread array of sweetmeats and thirst busters comprise of the food at Bhavnagar.

The city provides the visitors with a range of choices in a la carte restaurants. Restaurant Murli is one of the popular choices for thalis. Thali delicacies are available at the Rasoi which is a busy bungalow restaurant situated by the main road. RGB Restaurant is placed within the premises of Hotel Sun 'n' Shine. Within plaid surroundings, the restaurant offers pure vegetarian dishes along with Chinese and North Indian delicacies. Nilgiri Restaurant is one of the in-house eating houses of Blue Hill Hotel that is reputed for its Chinese and Indian delicacies. Some of the other restaurants at Bhavnagar are listed below:
  • White Rose
  • Nilambagh palace hotel
  • Jubliee
  • Wimpeys
  • Live-in
  • Greenland
  • Shreeji
  • Evening point
  • Mashoor
  • Rajpath
  • Mahavir
A row of inexpensive food stalls line the Ghogha Circle at Bhavnagar. The connoisseur of good food may savor the gastronomic delights of Bhavnagar at the food stalls throughout the day. It is imperative for the tourists of Bhavnagar to gain the inimitable experience of tasting the lip smacking fares of the city.



Last Updated on 23 July 2012






     


     

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