Cuttack Food




Cuttack food includes many vegetarian and non-vegetarian delicacies prepared in the city. Rice is the staple food of the people of the city. Bhindi Bhaja, Kadali Bhaja, Aalu Palak, Jeera Pakhala and Saag are some of the vegetarian dishes prepared in Cuttack. Some of the non-vegetarian Cuttack food are Prawn Malai Curry, Crab Kalia, Chilli Fish and Fish Curry.

Restaurants in Cuttack



Pavillion is one of the popular restaurants in Cuttack. It is housed inside Hotel Ashoka, one of the first hotels of the city. Pavillion restaurant is known to serve a wide variety of dishes to its guests. It is known to offer Mughlai, Continental, Chinese and Indian cuisines. However, the specialty of the restaurant of Cuttack is Oriya cuisine.



Last Updated on 30 August 2012

     


     

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