The kings of the Wodeyar dynasty set the bar high for the southern cultural capital of Mysore. Ornate palaces and the Gothic St. Philomena's Church with its 175-foot spires pack a visual punch; local institutions keep Carnatic classical music and dance in the public eye. A prominent 11th-century temple sits atop 1,000 steps on the city's outskirts. Dress to the nines and party like a rock star in celebration of Mysore heritage during the lively Dussehra festival, held for 10 days in October/November.
Things to do in Mysuru (Mysore)
4.5 based on 467 reviews
I went there seeing reviews on tripadvisor with lots of expectation.
firstly, you wont get sambhar ith dosa and tea in this hotel. Dosa has sagu stuffed with lots n lots of onions with ordinary coconut chutney. Nothing special or mouth licking at all. After dosa, only option is coffee that tooo very extraordinary. Seems they have 2 mylari hotel(same family) same road nearby both looked similar only. Would never visit again when in mysore. Wants to give some negative star which is not possible. :)
4 based on 206 reviews
I love the ambiance of both Gufa and Jungle. The food is amazing and this is that one place where you won't go back home disappointed. Both vegetarian and non-vegetarian food is served. I love the way they have named their items in menu.
Dinner is a-la-carte and as said, your taste buds wont forget the food. I have once tried the lunch buffet as well, which was not heavy on the wallet but food variety was just ok.
Paneer Satay and Sultan ki khanjar is my all time favourite.
4 based on 329 reviews
About the design:- Its a stand alone restaurant set in between a sprawling landscaped surroundings. Away from the hustle n bustle of city but very much in the city center. A resort type of set up with beautifully landscaped, designed by professionals. Designed on the concept of tropical architecture with beautiful open pavilions and courtyards which looks on to vast green landscape. the night lighting is very ambient with mild lights n musics. The food :-ours is a multi cuisine restaurant, with Indian, tandoor, continental & coastal style.we do emphasis lot on quality and cleanliness which can be seen through our open & live kitchen. weekends evening are really beautiful with candle light setup & live fusion musics.and some times with live food counters on special request for groups. its really more & more....You should visit us to experience it......
The restaurant has a great ambience and is well made with the great service and food. It is peaceful and has great experience.
4 based on 156 reviews
We had a memorable dinner here mostly because of the lovely (vast) outside eating area. Waiters were attentive and the food was solidly good with some interesting local wine. A mutton (lamb is often called "mutton" here although it's certainly not aged sheep) dish with preserved fruit and nuts was very tasty and properly piquant; i.e. not overwhelmed by masala sauce like so much food in south India seems to be. We didn't try any desserts but they looked interesting. All in all, the food is good but doesn't blow you away.
4.5 based on 129 reviews
A must try Green Thai Curry !!
You should have it for sure, the taste and preparation is really good.
4 based on 621 reviews
The place is extremely crowded at all times and no queue or order maintained. People push and shove for a table and the hotel staff do nothing to manage the crowds. It’s a very old establishment which used to serve delicious veg and non-veg food. Even though the taste of food has changed over the years, its still better than most other restaurants around.
4.5 based on 111 reviews
What a terrific place! It was everything that has been written about it and more. We ordered the churmura, millet bisiblebath, red rice rotis with dry pumpkin curry, moringa soup, gobi Manchurian, veg Sandwich, buttermilk. Every dish was lovingly put together, healthy, wholesome, very tasty and the portions were large. Only feedback is that the waiter was clueless as to the order in which to serve. The soup came much after the bisiblebath which ended up cold while we waited for the side dish. Dhatu is a must visit for anyone who likes healthy, organic eating or just good tasty food.
4.5 based on 142 reviews
Such a cute vegan cafe in Mysore !! A very chilled out cafe where you will generally see expats Reading and with friends. This place is famous for their vegan cookies and thalis. We tried Mediterranean Sandwich, coffee and vegan cookie which was lip smacking. A place where you can chill with friends
4 based on 136 reviews
Food was ok, nothing memorable. The ambiance was like you are entering a cave with a background score playing. The darkness & total theme with just a spotlight over your table would have been really enjoyable if the management would have requested the guests to maintain a certain level of quietness / decorum, once you enter. It became a loud joint and the fun of the theme was completely destroyed- for which you actually pay higher. The billing and service took a lot of time. Since we were staying in the same hotel (Pai vista) it was good paying a visit.
If : a) The service is improved ; b) loud customers are restricted or pre-instructed to maintain ambiance - this restaurant will definitely get higher ratings.
4.5 based on 111 reviews
Well we popped into BBQ nation @ Mysore for a lunch. Though service was slow it picked up. The buffet spread was not too much
Bit disheartening to see that the kulfi counters were not manned all the time
3 brithday's we're celebrated and I are say the staff need more practice in singing
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