Rameshwaram Restaurants



There are a number of Rameshwaram restaurants, which have on offer a wide range of tasty and healthy dishes, according to the different tastes of the visitors. Information about the famous restaurants of this city is a significant part of Rameshwaram travel guide.

A number of well known restaurants in Rameshwaram are located along the West Car Street. These eating places offer different delicacies from South Indian cuisines. The thali items of these restaurants are much in demand among the tourists who come to visit the city from the different parts of the India.

The TTDC Hotel Tamil Nadu offers quality vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. This hotel also has a good bar, which offers good-quality liquor.

Hotel Guru, a well known hotel located on the East Car Street, also serves a variety of delicacies. The thalis of this hotel are very popular.



Last Updated on : 17/06/2013





     


     

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