Porbandar Restaurants



Porbandar Restaurants abound in number. The restaurants are mostly vegetarian with a few non-vegetarian restaurants in Porbandar. The restaurants provide excellent food and the visitors get the value for their money.

Porbandar Restaurants are mostly vegetarian. The city is packed with good restaurants where visitors can go and enjoy the local as well as the other items on the menu.

There are several restaurants scattered all over the city. All these restaurants prepare delectable food items for their guests in a homely atmosphere. The leading restaurants serving delicious food items on the menu are:

  • Adarsh Restaurant: Located on MG Road, it is a good quality vegetarian restaurant in Porbandar
  • Hotel Flamingo: It is a multi cuisine A/C restaurant dishing out Chinese, Punjabi and other Indian dishes. Swagat: Situated on MG Road, Swagat is yet another popular restaurant in Porbandar. It serves good Punjabi and South Indian dishes. It is one of the best restaurants in town.
  • Kadambari Restaurant: This restaurant serves the most authentic South Indian food in the city. It is a multi cuisine restaurant, which also serves continental dishes.

    The prices of the food items are not very expensive. The Gujarati dishes like "dhokla" and "khandvi" are delicious and are famous in the whole of country.





    Last Updated on 19th January 2013

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