Mayura, Barcelona

Mayura, Barcelona - Address

Address: Carrer de Girona, 57, 08009 Barcelona, Spain

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Timings: 01:00 pm - 04:00 pm Details

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About Mayura, Barcelona

Mayura is a 1975 Indian Kannada historical drama film directed by Vijay. It is one of the most popular films of acclaimed Kannada actor Rajkumar, who plays the role of Prince Mayurasharma of the Kadamba dynasty, the earliest native kingdom to rule over what is today the modern state of Karnataka. The film depicts the life of Mayura, a Brahmin youth, as he discovers his royal heritage and realizes his destiny of ascending to the throne of the then-Pallava kingdom. Based on a novel of the same name by Devudu Narasimha Sastri, the film is notable for its various scenes filmed inside and around the famous Mysore Palace being the last movie to be permitted to be shot inside the palace. It is considered by many as a symbol of Kannada pride. K. V. Vijayendra Prasad , father of S. S. Rajamouli and the storywriter of Baahubali: The Beginning had revealed that he was inspired by this movie while writing the story for Baahubali. He had further revealed that the core storyline - about the hero not knowing his birth secret that he belongs to a royal family and lives in isolation in a village - was also inspired by this movie

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Overview of Mayura

Walking past the city of Barcelona, you will come across Mayura. Mayura is not a top-rated place in Barcelona.

Mayura is not a popular tourist spot and visitors exploring prime attractions like Sagrada Familia, Park Guell, Casa Batllo, Gothic Quarter and Camp Nou. For more popular attractions visit things to do in Barcelona.

Most of the Barcelona tours skip a visit to this place, but you can create your customized plan if you wish to visit Mayura.

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  • Nice ambiance, little expensive compare to other Indian restaurants near by. Sweet Lassi is Good. Disappointed with the quality of the food, service needs to be improved. They won't listen properly what you ordered, they will bring only what they prepared.

  • Bland and non authentic food. The food lacked true flavors of the region but is expensive nonetheless which absolutely wouldn't make sense for any sane person. There was a lack of basic cutlery on the table even. Service is terrible too. A one star would also be a little too much for the place. Wouldn't regret skipping.

  • Very bad food and not authentic Indian. I will not suggest to go here if they are looking for quality. We tried veg dishes and they were tasteless... Seating area is too small and very uncomfortable.. Whole restaurant is bit of smelly.. There are couple of other good restaurants in Barca so avoid here..

  • Cosy and beautiful ambience, food is amazing and the service is fast.

  • We were on a trip and was craving for Indian food. We got to know about this place in TripAdvisor. We went around 7:45 PM on a cold evening. They said it would open at 8. We sat outside and waited for 15 minutes. But they didn't have the courtesy to call us in. The place seemed to be good. Price was on the higher side. We ordered 3 dishes and they were fine. We asked water to drink. The staff got us water in glass bottle which looked like they were reusing the same bottle for other tables. We thought it was free. We asked some extra Raita thinking that it would be free. They never told us that it would be extra for the water and Raita. When the bill came, they had charged 1.8€ for the water bottle. And 3.5€ for the extra Raita. I questioned the staff and asked him to show me the cap off the drinking water. He refused. After a lot of argument he showed me some cap. The staff is extremely arrogant. He spoke bad about Indians being an Indian. I WILL NEVER RECOMMEND ANYONE TO VISIT THIS PLACE.

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