16 Eateries In India That Serve Finger Licking Vegetarian Food!

Rumour has it, these eateries serve the best vegetarian dishes in town!

1. Ahdoo's, Srinagar:

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Established in the year 1918, Ahdoo's was the first restaurant in the Kashmir valley. It is known for its expertise in Kashmiri Wazwan.

Where: Residency road, Regal Chowk, Raj Bagh, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir.

Must Eat: Kashmiri Chaman, Nadir-haaq, Dum Aloo, Haak Saag.

2. Durvankur Dining Hall, Pune:

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Serving authentic Maharashtrian thali, Durvankur Dining Hall is a must visit while you are in the ‘Oxford of the East’.  

Where: Shop No. 1166, Tilak Road, Pune, Maharashtra.

Must Eat: Thali.

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3. Royal Cafe, Lucknow:

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Royal Cafe is a multi-cuisine restaurant specializing in a variety of Indian, Chinese, Mughlai and continental dishes. However, it is infamous for its chaat offerings.

Where: 51, Hazratganj, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh.

Must Eat: Basket Chaat, Dahi Vada.

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4. Swati Snacks, Mumbai:

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This elegantly done up restaurant has been satiating the hunger of regular patrons since 1963.

Where: Opposite Bhatia Hospital, Tardeo, Mumbai, Maharashtra.

Must Eat: Pav Bhaji, Bhel Puri, Paneer Lifafa, Thalipith- Pithla, Mysore Dosa.

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5. Balaram Mullick & Radharaman Mullick, Kolkata:

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A Kolkata institution, the Balaram Mullick & Radharaman Mullick store serves delicious mithai and scrumptious snacks.

Where: 2, Paddapukur Road, Bhowanipur, Kolkata, West Bengal.

Must Eat: Cadmish Sandesh, Mishti Doi, KhirKhanti, Baked Singara, Chocolate Rossogolla.

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6. Dana Pani, Pahalgam:

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A restaurant serving only vegetarian dishes, Dana Pani has friendly staff, serves appetizing food and has a homely ambience.

Where:  K P Road, Main Market, Pahalgam, Jammu and Kashmir.

Must Eat: Dal Tadka, Special Dana Pani Thali, Kadi Kichree.

7. Bapu Ki Kutiya, Bhopal:

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The journey of Bapu Ki Kutiya is fascinating- it went from being operated from a tiny kiosk to now having a chain of restaurants. Since 1964, the restaurant has been preparing and serving traditional cuisine.

Where: Roashanpura Naka, Beside Rajbhavan Road, T T Nagar, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh.

Must Eat: Aloo Chole, Kaju Paneer Korma, Methi Malai, Chhachh.

8. The Tibetan Kitchen, Leh:

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Serving a mix of Tibetan and Ladakhi food, the Tibetan Kitchen offers the best of both worlds! Don’t forget to sip on a cup of butter tea while there.

Where: Fort Road, Leh.

Must Eat: Cheese Spinach Momos, Thukpa, Veg. Gyakko.

Also Check: 20 Awesome Places To Eat Momos In Chennai

9. Brother’s Dhaba, Amritsar:

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If you are in search of a place that serves authentic ghee drenched Punjabi cuisine, the Brother’s Dhaba is the place for you.

Where: Golden Temple Out Road, near Town Hall, Katra Ahluwalia, Amritsar.

Must Eat: Amritsari Aalo Kulcha, Makki di roti and Sarson ka saag, Special Palak Paneer, Amritsari lassi.

10. Annalakshmi Restaurant, Chennai:

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Claiming to be one of the best South Indian vegetarian restaurants in Chennai, the Annalakshmi Restaurant serves mouth-watering delicacies!

Where: 18/3, 1st Floor, Sigapi Achi Building, Rukmani Lakshmipathy Road, Egmore, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 

Must Eat: Sevai Payasam, Mysore Masala Dosa, Bisi Bele Bath.

11. Laxmi Mishthan, Jaipur:

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While in the Pink City, after you are tired of all the shopping at Johari Bazar, head over to Laxmi Mishthan to quench your hunger and thirst.

Where: Surajpol, Laxmi Narayan Puri, Jaipur, Rajasthan.

Must Eat: Thar Platter, Kadi Chhokanwali, Potato Chop (tikiya), Dahi Vada, Dal Kachori.

12. Das Surti Khaman Wala, Ahmedabad:

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For a taste of genuine khaman, head over to Das Surti Khaman Wala in Ahmedabad.

Where: 2, Trade Centre, Stadium Road, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad, Gujarat.

Must Eat: Khaman Plain, Green Fry Khaman, Khandavi, Sev Khamani.

13. Babu Lal Kachori Wala, Varanasi:

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A trip to Varanasi is incomplete without hogging on the traditional breakfast of kachori and sabzi! Head over to Babu Lal Kachori Wala for a taste of this mouth watering snack.

Where: Ram Mandir Chowk, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh.

Must Eat: Kachori-Sabji, Jalebi.

14. Chutneys, Hyderabad:

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Having many branches across Hyderabad, Chutneys serves lip-smacking idlis, dosas and wadas.

Where: Road 36, Near More Super Market, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad, Telangana.

Must Eat: Mango Utappam, Guntur Idli, MLA Dosa, South Indian Thali.

15. Vidyarthi Bhawan, Bangalore:

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Established in the year 1943, Vidyarthi Bhawan has become one of the best known and much loved vegetarian eateries in the city of Bangalore.

Where: No-32, Gandhi Bazar Main Road, Basavanagudi, Bengaluru, Karnataka.

Must Eat: Butter Masala Dosa, Kesari Bath, Rave Vade, Poori Sagu.

16. Toran Dining Hall, Ahmedabad:

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Serving authentic Gujarati food, don’t forget to bring your appetite while visiting Toran Dining Hall because the food is finger licking good and it is unlimited!

Where: Ashram Road, Ahmedabad, Gujarat.

Must Eat: Thali.

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