This place has some good ambience what with a garden courtyard and live Indian music. All kinds of food is served here such as Indian, Chinese and Continental with red lights above each table which you turn on via a switch in order to attract service. Good food as well as entertainment.
This rooftop restaurant was located at the top of my hotel, the Hotel Palace Plaza, which, itself, is located very close to the northern side of the Mysore Palace. There's some great food to be had here where you can see the chefs cooking. The food was very good and very spicy with a beer costing Rs72 + 12% tax. Service was fairly OK but it's the ambiance that will win you over as you sit under the stars.
We had a nice dinner at the Charcoals Restaurant of the Regaalis Hotel. They specialize in North Indian cuisine, and we had Lasooni tangri Peshwari, Tandoori salad, Jeera matter pulao and an onion kulcha.
The food was tasty and plentiful, and the poolside location , nicely illiminated at night, gave the restaurant atmosphere which was both casual and romantic.
The place is in the heart of the city, you can stop over for a lunch here as you are enroute to the Brindavan Gardens. For Rs 250 per head you will get a nice sumptuous buffet lunch! Not to be missed!
Favorite Dish: All the desserts are great! So keep a lot of space for the same even as you gorge on some good starters etc
Mysore's best value is the Rs200 'business lunch.' Every single dish was delicious. Take a small portion of everything and than go back to sate. You can take your meal in the dining room or outside on the terrace. The staff was so helpful that they showed us how to make chaat.
Favorite Dish: Salt/Pepper okra - heavenly.
Victoria Pizza is a small chain. I have only been to the one in the "yellow brick zone" by the cathedral.
24 hour pizza is a fantasy of mine. Good pizza is a dream. Here in Sofia, one can get both. The thin crust pizza is baked on a wood fired stove and comes out crisp. The staff is generally fluent in English, and very competent.
It is a popular place and being located next door to a popular night club makes the scene generally lively.
The Italian food and the deserts are not as good as one might hope, but they are not bad either.
Favorite Dish: PIZZA, the best in Sofia.
Some people stay at the magnficent Lalitha Mahal outside of Mysore, but we just came to dine.
The dining room is grand--no, wait a minute, grandiose. It resides in a ball room done up in Victorian (well probably more Edwardian if one is being picky) excess. Tables are set out far apart and even spaced. There is a small raised stage for the musicians who play sweet ragas through dinner.
The menu is pages and pages long. The service is good and friendly. The quality of food is good.
This is a place for special occasions. Magnificent.
The ambience is the first draw of this place. Located away from the thick of the city noise, The Roost is situated in the outskirts of Mysore city. It took us about half an hour to 40 minutes to get there by car.
It serves Indian, Chinese and Continental food and all the dishes were excellent.
Favorite Dish: I truly enjoyed the chicken tikka and the Mysore Saag.
The menu is extensive and caters to all kinds of taste buds, where you can request for the level of chilli to be reduced or Induced! hehe
there are two restaurants here. one is the better off shivalli and the otherserves a basic fare just outside mtr foods stall.we went to the one located next to mtr foods stall.
Favorite Dish: idli cooked with a jackfruit leaf with hot steaming coffee exactly as seen in the pic.
This is a pretty old restaurant in the town center, close to Mysore Palace. Each time we travel down south, be it Kerala, Bangalore, Madras or Pondicherry, we have had the good fortune of stopping by for a sumptous meal,
Favorite Dish: The veg south indian thali. replete with poppadums ghee and pickles....ummmm very very gratifying and a gastromomical treat.
Try this! It is really worth to go and eat there one time. The food is good, but the atmosphere is even better. Many plants hanging around, Indian live band makes you feel like in heaven. A relaxing atmosphere with friendly staff.
Very popular restaurant among tourists.
Favorite Dish: Just try sth...
The hotel had a small eating area under cover outside and a more fancy restaurant inside.
The menu was amazing, there were over one hundred dishes to choose from, most under $2. There was something for everone, from local Indian dishes to the popular international fare such as spagetti and stroganoff.
Favorite Dish: I absolutely adored the masala poppadoms. Chopped onion, chilli and tomato were served on the top of a crispy poppadom. Mmmmmmmm
Every meal we had in this restaurant was delicious!
After reading the hype I decided to check out the Park Lane myself. It got to be the only place I would have dinner in Mysore. No, it's not the food, nor the service nor the prices. It's just fun, OK?
When I was there, the Park Lane had very few rooms -- it's main business is the restaurant, not the hotel. Even if you can get a room there, don't. They are crap. You can get better (and quieter) accomodation 10 min walk away.
You summon your server by turning on a red bulb above your table. There is music most nights -- good stuff too, by some of Mysore's best musicians.
Service is slow but friendly. The food is OK, nothing special. Park Lane is about arriving at 7, having some beer, kicking back, asking others where they've been, getting some snacks, more beer, more conversation, many laughs, dinner, more beer, and leave when the place closes.
You can have lunch there too, but given that I had dinner there every night, I decided to go elsewhere for lunch. It's extraordinarily easy to eat good and on the cheap in Mysore. I just love this town.
Favorite Dish: Oh, forget the food already. The Park Lane is about ambiance, meeting other travelers, making friends, and enjoying Mysore.
The food as always in India is excellent, but it is the decor in this resturant that is the real winner judge for yourself