Nice Big setting hall of resturant Veg and Non Veg food Mostely Indian.Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, 8 Am to 11 Pm
The Resturant is in the main Palace of Orchha very nice view of out side and Palace, Good food too.
The Betwa is a posh place upstairs above the Bhola. An American group at my hotel said not to bother coming here but I entered the place and then walked straight out as there was only one other guy eating there and they had one guy at the door playing some kind of sitar type instrument. I had lunch once at the Bhola where I had a good omlette and fairly OK chips (chips are never really good in India).
Blazened by two large signs with the words "as recommended by Lonely Planet", the Ram Raja is an OK restaurant in what I called "restaurant row". I had a great veg thali (see pic) for just Rs30. The Milan, next door, was another story. Better atmosphere than in the Ram Raja and the food was equally as good. The first night I had a reasonable aloo gobhi, rice, naan etc and they have desserts such as "bonofi" pie on the menu. They also do a good breakfast menu at Milan's. Now the second night I ate at Milan's, I suffered a little during the night. I ate a mushroom biriyani which made me feel ill over the next few days so be warned!
There are quite a few sweet shops to tempt your tastebuds or even just your curiousity. All displayed on trays, some stacked like little pyramids, most made from sugars and fruit. While there is some sort of attempt at covering the food to stave off flies, the birds seem to be able to snack on some of the larger cakes.
Walking through the little village bazaar you will find either side of you, little shops or even just dhabas selling a variety of hot and coldfood. There are a number of small restaurants as well such as the Rajawat Restaurant and the Orchha Restaurant. All very cheap.
They Serve Thali Rs 80 Two Veg, Dal, Salad, Rice, Papad etc.
Also Bufet Rs 150 Three Veg, Dal, Rice, Paped, Salad, etc.
Favorite Dish: I like Mostly Thali and see great View of Orchha Palace and town.