Restaurants in Mysore



Endowed with splendid décor, the several restaurants in Mysore offer the local inhabitants as well as the tourists with numerous lip smacking and mouth watering delicacies. Located at strategic positions within the city of Mysore, the well decorated restaurants provide relieve from the stress and strains of daily mundane life.

The multi-cuisine restaurants of the ancient city of Mysore are famous for outstanding customer service. The elegant yet homely ambience of the restaurants of Mysore is decorated with beautifully furniture and exquisite paintings that adds to the grace of the food joints. The restaurants of the city offer sumptuous foods to satisfy the appetite of the hungry customers.

Being an important commercial and tourism hub of the state of Karnataka, Mysore draws numerous visitors from far and wide. To make them feel at home, Mysore houses several food joints that offer inter- continental, Mughlai, and Indian cuisines at reasonable costs. Some of the worth mentioning restaurants of Mysore are:

  • Hotel Chic- Chic- Tha
  • Bombay Indra Bhavan
  • Classic Restaurants
  • Chirag Bar and Restaurant
  • Indra Café
  • Gokul Restaurant
  • Amravathi Restaurants
A perfect ambience to relax and rejoice, some of the restaurants of Mysore are equipped with well stocked bars that provide the customers with a spirited range of liquors to quench their thirst and forget their tensions. The restaurants in Mysore believe in maintaining a strong bond of trust and reliability with their customers who regularly visit their favorite food joints to refresh their mind, body and soul.



Last Updated on 9/14/2011



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