A simple bamboo shack on the terrace in a quiet lane, Anu's Bamboo Hut offers healthy lunch buffets that start at 1 pm sharp. All the dishes are preapred by the cafe owner Ms Anu and the nearby yoga students are a frequent. Don't miss the banana chocolate apple pie here.
An upscale restaurant right next to Mysore Palace, Parklane Hotel holds a multi-cuisine restaurant that offers multiple ranges of seating open garden restaurant, poolside restaurant, terrace restaurant and indoors lit with rustic decors. There is also live classical Indian instrument music to accompany you every night.
A perfect place to enjoy Mysore's dosa dishes, Dosa Point is often croded and people are seen enjoying their dosas outside when the inside seeting is full. Don't miss the famous rava onion dosa or ghee dosa here.
A tastefully decorated with a modern twist to Mysore's heritage, The Old Place is an Italian restaurant that serves delicious salads, wood-fire oven pizzas, risottos and classic pastas. Also pouplar for their hearty brekfast options, one should definitely try their drinks - from coffee, hot chocolate and mocktails.
A healthy delight, Dpeth N Green in Mysore serves delicious breakfast options around the cloak ranging from salads, smoothies, sadwiches, toasts and even a good old thali. Sometimes they also have muical evening sets to enjoy.
An organic rafe, Rasa Dhatu offers vegan and gluten free options for their customers along with healthy salads, cakes, soups and even traditional dishes. Just a heads up, services can be a little slow.
Famous amongst the locals, Cafe Aramane is the perfect stop for authenticSouth Indian thalis and brekfast. It also prepares speciality dosas every day for the week and is decked up in murals of Mysore dusshera and has an old charming vibe to it.
Established in 1988, Madhushahi Samosa Centre is serving mouth-watering samosa chats in a small corner in a little lane. Run by a Bihari family the shop is only open for a dedicated time and one can accept a little queue to enjoy their delicacies.