Restaurants in Jabalpur




There are a number of well known restaurants in Jabalpur. These eating places are quite popular among the tourists who come to visit the city. Three of the reputed restaurants at Jabalpur are Panchavti Gaurav, Zayaka Restaurant and Roopali Restaurant. On a tour to Jabalpur, the tourists should not miss the opportunity of visiting these restaurants.

The Panchavti Gaurav Restaurant is one of the most popular air-conditioned restaurants of Jabalpur. This place has on offer a wide range of delicacies from the Rajasthani and the Gujarati cuisines. This restaurant serves as many as 254253 different Rajasthani dishes. The restaurant has an air-conditioned space specially meant for holding reception, seminar and conference. The Jabalpur station is the closest railway station to this restaurant.

The Zayaka Restaurant is one of the most well known eating places of the city. This restaurant is housed at the well known Hotel Rishi Regency. It is an air-conditioned restaurant. The variety of tasty dishes from Chinese, Indian, Continental and Tandoori cuisines are available here.

The Roopali Restaurant is one of the major restaurants in Jabalpur. It serves a variety of vegetarian dishes from different cuisines. The restaurant offers a number of Continental, Indian, South Indian and Punjabi delicacies. It offers more than 30 different items from which the visitors can choose a dish of their choice.





Last Updated on 16th Dec 2012

     


     

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