A restaurant dealing mainly in Indian and Middle Eastern cuisines for the hungry and tired travelers of Kodaikanal.
Pick up great picnic sandwiches and yummy muffins and croissants at this highly popular bakery, or squeeze onto the benches with a cup to watch the world go by.
Crowded with tourists and locals, Astoria is almost impossible to get through during the lunch hours when it serves the all-you-can-eat thalis.
If you're a Gujarati lusting after excellent dishes from your cuisine, Patel's is the place to be.
For a wide variety of Biryanis, ranging from vegetarian to chicken to seafood specialties, visit Hilltop's Biryani.
Drop by this place if you're craving for the traditional, steamed momos or dumplings.
According to the locals, this restaurant serves the best tandoori chicken in the whole of South India. Other North Indian dishes are also supposed to be really good.
Tava offers an extensive vegetarian menu, which is also very cheaply priced.
Attached to a pottery shop, this restaurant serves mainly breakfast items and snacks such as pancakes, omelets etc., on a tiny terrace giving a very pleasant view.
This interesting shop sells a wide range of local organic food, such as whole-wheat bread, muffins, marmalade, spices and oils, herbs and herb remedies.
Cloud Street offers a perfect blend of Italian, Spanish and Mexican cuisine in its menu. The wood-burnt, thin crust pizzas and the Spanish omelet are a must have at this restaurant.
It's quite possible for a person to go absolutely bonkers seeing the numerous Indian and Continental dishes in the breakfast buffet of the Carlton.