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"This is a very old vegetarian restaurant in the heart of the city. This has a high end branch in Mysore itself called the Dasaprakash paradise and another branch in Chennai. This restaurant in Mysore is attached to the hotel. Residing in Mysore, I have visited this place quite a number of times. ..."This serves authentic south Indian dishes. South Indian and north Indian thali are also available. Halbai (a silken smooth sweet – not halwa), Guliappa (resembling the famous neyyappam of Guruvayoor, but a savoury) and rasam are their popular dishes. The food is of a good standard and reasonably priced.
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"This is a popular vegetarian restaurant (one of my top choices of restaurants in Mysore), serving all kinds of north Indian and south Indian dishes – all kinds of dosas, chats, thali, ice creams, fruit juices, etc, etc. The items are quite delicious and reasonably priced. In the late evenings – es..."pecially on Saturdays and Sundays – the restaurant will be overflowing with customers. The service is very good. Somehow I like the ice creams here better than in any other place in the city.
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"I visited this restaurant in May 2013 during a group vacation to Karnataka. After several days of traveling around Bangalore, Hassan, and Mysore, this restaurant was quite unexpected in its classy, urban chic/resort ambiance and even more unexpected was the quality of the food. I am an American fo..."odie and well-traveled. While Indian cuisine has a special place in my heart already, I can safely claim that this was the best Indian food I have ever eaten at a restaurant. The kitchen toned down the spice level for some of my friends' more delicate palates, and even without the spice (which I missed, personally), the quality, flavor, and texture was outstanding. Typically, most murgh (chicken) dishes are bone-in chicken, so it was quite nice to have boneless chicken breast meat in several of the curries. The best dish by far was the dal (lentils) - I'm not sure which type of dal it was, perhaps makhani? (but was brown, not yellow). Carnivores and vegetarians alike absolutely raved abou...
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