Bikaner Restaurants

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    Laxmi Niwas palace: Laxmi Niwas palace

    by RAJASTHANBYCAR Updated Apr 8, 2007

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    You can have Dinner in the beautiful garden restaurant of this luxury hotel, enjoing a really wonderful show of Rajasthani music and dance.The dancer dances on Nails, on swords and finally on broken glass!
    The food from the buffet is very good and there is a large choice of Indian and Europeau dishes, both salted and sweet.
    The service is very good.All-you-can-eat at about Rs 800 per persons.

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    Masala Dosa Cart: Inexpensive, yummy street food

    by suziezed Written Dec 4, 2006

    Look for this cart selling excellent, freshly-made-before-your-eyes masala dosas across from the Fort. This cart is always busy with the locals crowding around 3 deep waiting on dosas. For 15Rs you get a masala dosa, sambar, coconut chutney and some weird red sauce that I didn't eat (goodness knows what it was).

    Watching him make the dosa is half the fun!

    Favorite Dish: Masala dosa - crispy on the outside, chewy and soft on the inside. Spicy filling. Yummy, peppy sambar and cooling coconut chutney.

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    Gallops Coffee House and Restaurant: Great coffee and decor

    by suziezed Written Dec 4, 2006

    Just across from the Fort's entrance is this elegant but comfortable restaurant/coffeehouse with an espresso machine and more importantly staff that know how to use it. I had Americanos during my two visits but another foreign tourist said her Iced Latte was delicious. I also had a very nice veg pulao. An Americano is 30 Rs and mochas, lattes and the like are in the 50-70 Rs range. Sure, this is more than you'll pay for a cup of Nescafe :) but I figure it's worth it.

    The place is simply furnished and has rustic wooden floors and a section with comfy leather couches and coffee tables. They just need to get a few newspapers and magazines tossed around and it would be even better.

    Favorite Dish: Coffee, coffee and more coffee.

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    Hotel Harsar Haveli Resturant: Hotel Harsar Haveli Bikaner

    by RAJASTHANBYCAR Updated Jul 13, 2006

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    Fort View from the Resturant

    The resturant on the third floar of the hotel offers good Veg and Non Veg Indian and Chinese food in addition to a beautiful view of Bikaner Fort.
    The price are seasonble and the portions are big when compared to other hotel restaurants. They have room service and serve Beer and lassis.

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    Hotel Bhanwar Niwas: Decadent breakfast

    by AndreSTGT Written Oct 23, 2005

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    This recommendation is not about the food, but about the atmosphere.
    Spending some time in this beautiful haveli in Bikaner's old city is like stepping back in time and it's a very inexpensive way to feel like a royalty.

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