Restaurants in Junagadh


The restaurants in Junagadh are among the finest ones of Gujarat. Swati Restaurant, Santoor Restaurant and Sagar Restaurant are some of the popular restaurants of the city that serve a wide variety of delicacies, ranging from Indian to Chinese and Continental cuisines.

The restaurants of Junagadh also serve authentic Gujarati dishes such as kadi (a curry made of vegetables and yogurt), khamam dhokla (a sweet and sour cake made from chickpea flour), undhyoo (a dish made of baked potatoes, brinjals and sweet potatoes) and shrikhand (a dessert made from yogurt).

Some of the popular restaurants in Junagadh are:

Swati Restaurant
Jayshree Talkies Road, Junagadh

Sagar Restaurant
Next to Vrindavan Guest House, Junagadh

Santoor Restaurant
Mahatma Gandhi Road, Chittakhana Chowk, Junagadh

Poonam Restaurant
Near Dhal Road, Junagadh



Last Updated on 06/06/2013

     


     

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