January 4, 2011

Mysore Foodies

Mysore is a city that houses great diversity which is best seen in the kind of food it serves its people – locals, tourists and everyone else who comes here. You can spend anything from Rs.20 to Rs. 1000 for a tasty meal. You can choose to enjoy your meal mesmerised by the classical carnatic music playing in the background, or enjoy a crispy dosa on a bustling, noisy street. The options that Mysore offers us are listless. There are buffets, unlimited burger offers and restaurants peaking from every nook and corner of the city. What better place to satisfy our palates?

We call ourselves the Mysore Foodies. We are two friends who are passionate about food. Every week we explore different restaurants in Mysore and try out the myriad cuisines offered by this city. From the Mylaris to the Metropoles, economical lunches to pricy dinners, South Indian dosas to North Indian kebabs, Italian pastas to Tibetan momos - we try them all!!

Here we bring to you our reviews, criticisms, appreciations and suggestions. We will tell you about the price ranges, locations, what food to try and what not to, special offers and everything else you want to know about Mysore restaurants.

Watch this space for our first review. Don’t forget to follow us on facebook! 

1 comment:

  1. Visited Malgudi Days new restaurant, worst experience of life, very poor service, even worst than a road side vendor. He brought someone else's order to our table and then took almost two hours to partially serve our orders. We had to cancel some of our orders at last.
    To add the staff at Malgudi Days dosent know how to swipe credit cards, they damaged magnetic tape of my card. So next time please AVOID MALGUDI DAYS, there are many restaurants as advised in this blog much much better than this place.