Varanasi is a holy city in Hinduism, being one of the most sacred pilgrimage places for Hindus of all beliefs. The food offered at most of the restaurants here are pure vegetarian. Some of the most popular restaurants are located within the premises of luxury and budget hotels in Varanasi. Here are plenty of restaurants in the city which offer a wide variety of delicious food and services.
Brown Bread Bakery
It is located at 17 Tripura Bhairavi, Varanasi. Brown Bread Bakery is good for food, having breakfast, having lunch, music and food, daytime eating.
Madhur Milan Café
It is located at Dasaswamedh Ghat road, Varanasi. Madhur Milan Café is good for Samosa Dosa, Puri, Idli, Vada and so on mouth watering tasty dishes.
Pizzeria Vaatika Café
It is located at Assi Ghat, Varanasi. Pizzeria Vaatika Café is good for pizza, apple pie etc. Its location and ambience is good.
It is located at Mansarowar Ghat, Varanasi. Lotus Lounge is good for relaxing, amazing food and views, relaxed friendly atmosphere. It serves fresh coffee, salads, pasta, curry and Tibetan momos etc.
Hotel Surya is an excellent restaurant with a colonial elegance and on warm evenings you can eat out in the garden. It serves Indian, Chinese, continental, Korean and even Mexican dishes. The food is good, with some unusual offerings, such as fish Portuguese.
Mona Lisa Café
It is a best place for fresh coffee and bread as well as the usual multi-cuisine menu. The service is good and the food quality is also very good.
It is rooftop restaurant in Hotel Pradeep, complete with garden, manicured lawn and wrought-iron furniture, is a lovely place for a candlelit evening meal. The good quality Indian menu is found here.
Not far from the station this established restaurant, run by a Nepali family, offers something different. It serves homemade pasta, chicken souvlaki, crepes and Tibetan momos etc. Dine on the rooftop terrace amid the herbs or in the quaint first-floor restaurant.
This is one of the city’s top restaurants. Varuna’s specialties include classic North Indian and Afghan dishes, the sumptuous maharaja thali and tandoor kebabs. There’s live sitar and tabla music every evening.
This AC restaurant has cushioned seats, good music and friendly staff. The multi-cuisine menu includes Indian, Chinese, continental, Japanese, Israeli and Korean food, and there’s a small rooftop area.