Best Places to Eat and Drink in Nasik

When you plan a visit to Nasik, eat and drink as the locals do. To get the taste of the city rolling on your tongue, you must head towards the best places to eat and drink in Nasik. While a few places may lead you to small eateries offering mouth-watering food, others would take you to high-end restaurants in Nasik serving sumptuous meals. From cafes serving hearty breakfasts to delis serving a variety of cuisines, this extensive list of best restaurants in Nasik itself will take you on a gastronomical journey. After exploring all the best things in Nasik, treat your taste buds at any of these places.

Let's discover the best spots for foods, drinks and nightlife in Nasik:

  1. Panchavati Elite Inn

    Tags: Food And Drinks

    Panchavati elite inn is one of the most elite hotels situated at the heart of the city. It has a pure vegetarian restaurant. This hotel offers spacious deluxe rooms with all the basic amenities like proper ventilation, wifi and hot water. You can enjoy complimentary breakfast here. Sumptuous Maharashtrian thali is sure to satiate your taste buds along with exclusive variety of food which is of ...Read more
  2. Sadhana Restaurant (chulivarchi Misal Pav) Image
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    Sadhana Restaurant (chulivarchi Misal Pav) is famous for delicious Misal Pav which is served with papad, chutney and onions. It is the overall food presentation that sets this hotel apart from others. The ambience of the hotel is quite homely. Misal is complimented with Churivachi ice cream which will satiate your appetite. You can also try gur ki jalebi which is another of their famous dessert...Read more
  3. York Winery

    Tags: Food And Drinks, Winery, Adults

    York Winery offers one of the finest and exotic wines in the country. This place is also visited for its scenic beauty as it is in close proximity to hill and lake. You will find some of the premium wine range that includes sparkling rose, chenin blanc, shiraz, late harvests and so on. This place is often called the wine capital of the city. It stretches up to an area of 8 acres and grape harve...Read more