Madurai Restaurants



Madurai restaurants are among the finest restaurants of Tamil Nadu. In fact, the restaurants at Madurai are known for their warm hospitality and international cuisine. Madurai restaurants serve a wide variety of food ranging from authentic Indian cuisine to Chinese and Continental cuisines. However, the specialty of the restaurants in Madurai is South Indian food.

Some of the restaurants of Madurai that deserve special mention in this context are:

  • Woodlands
  • 60, Kamarajar Salai, Madurai-9

  • Shake Away Milk Shake
  • 391, A A Nagar, Madurai

  • Akshaya Fast Foods
  • 50,Vinayaganagar, K K Nagar, Near Muthiah Mandram
    • Vaibhar Restaurant
      • 33, Dhannappa Mudali Street, Madurai


    • Hotel Suirya Restaurant
      • 110 w Perumal maistry street, Madurai-1


    • Hotel SreeDevi
      • 20 w a Moola Street, Madurai-1


    • Indo Ceylon hotel
      • 6th road, Madurai-1


    • Hotel Santhosh
      • 7th road, Madurai-1


    • Hotel Sangeeth
      • 61 T B Road, Madurai-1


    • Hotel Sri Abirami
      • 368 Anna nagar Main Road, Madurai-20




    Last Updated on 9/15/2011



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