Mangalore Restaurants



Mangalore restaurants are known for their sumptuous South Indian delights. The restaurants of Mangalore are also known for their quality of service and hospitality that they offer to their guests. Moreover, these restaurants have also been successful in maintaining a very good standard as per the quality of food goes.

The specialty of restaurants in Mangalore is the South Indian delicacies that they serve, especially, the Udupi cuisine, Kori Rotti, Kane curry or fry and Patrode. These recipes are very popular in the various restaurants of Mangalore.

But it does not necessarily mean that the restaurants at Mangalore only serve South Indian cuisines. Many of the restaurants offer mouth watering international recipes from China, Japan, Germany, Italy, etc. Moreover, there are some vegetarian restaurants in Mangalore which have a complete range of vegetarian food for the guests.

The cordial reception of the staff makes the whole dining experience a memorable one.

Following is the list of some of the very renowned Mangalore restaurants:

     


     

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