Find out what Seafood restaurants to try in Mysuru (Mysore). 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 based on 377 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. Des
Beautiful place surrounded with garden. Ambience is just perfect for couples. However an open place for all.
4 based on 127 reviews
By The Way is a multi cuisine restaurant in Mysore, specializing in Indian, Coastal and Oriental cuisine, with a Bar and a 200 seater Party Hall. The restaurant had 3 distinguished dining spaces and each come with it's own charm. Coco Shacko is a goan sha
Large garden with tables/chairs scattered, some open-sided covered areas. Good food in a nice relaxing location. We had some problems finding the place (the Trip Advisor link through to Ola takes you to a location 3km away). Make sure you are heading to the Bharat Cancer Hospital, itâs right next door. While it's a bit out of the way, on a warm evening it's a pleasant place for an open-air dinner. Overall - average food, nice garden setting.
4 based on 127 reviews
Stopped by at this place on the way back from wayanad. Again ordered crab curry and it didn't disappoint again. Taste was good and goes very well with rice and neer dosa. Service was good for the kind of rush that is always there at lunch time and that too during summer vacations for kids. Also had pomphret fry and kids loved it. Don't go with expectations of fine dining, only to eat good food in a clean environment and you will like it.
4 based on 45 reviews
This restaurant is situated a bit outside of Mysore city. For those using public transportation Falcon tyres is the nearest bus stop. From falcon tyre bus stop this restaurant is about two-three minute walk .Those coming back from KRS dam/brindavan garden to Mysore can plan lunch / dinner here. Without own vehicle dinner may be not be a good idea here as in night time the area(roads outside)looks a bit deserted and public transportation may be an issue after say 8:30 -9 pm. The restaurant with regular sitting has huts too. I could see people having beer too in the huts but not inside. .Service is OK and food arrives about 10 -15 minutes after order is placed. We ordered anjal fry, neer dosa, prawns masala and fried rice. Everything was good. Only wished neer dosa was a bit hot, it was too when served. For lovers of manglorean food this is a must visit while at Mysore. .
4 based on 21 reviews
This is excellent place to try out fish and different sea foods. Specially, if you are looking for south west coast dishes(Malabar, Mangalore etc.,) this is the place to try out in Mysore.In our first visit, we tried chicken thali and next visit, we tried Malabar fish biryani & Mangalore fish curry. Taste is excellent and it is value for money. Accompaining sauses and dessert are great.Service is excellent and manager is very friendly.Nextdoor, there is a fresh sea food store, if you are interested in cooking at home.
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