Daman Restaurants



Daman restaurants serve some of the delectable delicacies from the cuisines of the world. Most of the restaurants of Daman are placed along the beaches of the region.

Bound by the state of Gujarat, Daman food is dominated by the vegetarian cuisine. Non vegetarian food are also available in the restaurants of the region. Authentic Parsee food are also prepared in the restaurants in Daman. Sea food is extremely popular in the restaurants at Daman.

Most of the restaurants of Daman are thematically decorated. A host of beach restaurants are found along the Devka Beach at Daman. Along the beaches of Daman also stand a line of refreshment joints and fast food centers. Garden and roof top restaurants are also present in the small town of Daman. Some of the eating houses also preserve a good collection of spirits. Provisions for wining and dining are available in most of the eating houses of Daman.

The restaurant Kwality at Hotel Brighton of Daman is reputed for the sizzlers, kababs and tikkas. Daji-ni-wodi is located along the Devka Beach. To taste authentic parsee food, the tourists may visit the Duke. The Dahan Sak and the fish patta are the specialty of the Duke. Feta-ni-Wadi at Hotel Dariya Darshan in Daman is reputed for its sea food. For the Chinese delicacies the tourists may visit the Jampore Beach Resort.

The tourists may choose from a plethora of mouthwatering dishes served in the restaurants of Daman.



Last Updated on: 3rd April 2013

     


     

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