Restaurants in Patna

Patna, the capital of Bihar, is situated on the banks of River Ganga. Patna is the centre of political activities too. Patna is also an educational hub. Being a city of a lot of archaeological findings, Patna has a lot to offer to the tourists visiting this place. People love to eat varieties of foods. There are many good restaurants in Patna offering multi-cuisine popular dishes.   




It is located in Hotel Chanakya, Birchand Patel Path, Patna.  The speciality is meat-heavy Mughlai, Afghan and tandoori dishes. Vegetarians, try the Diwan-i-Handi, a creamy mixed-vegetable masala with fluffy butter naan.

Bellpepper Restaurant

The Bellpepper is an intimate, contemporary restaurant popular for its tandoori dishes. The murg tikka lababdar  is divine and shares the menu with Afghani dishes and Hyderabadi biryanis.

Hotel Rajasthan

It is located at Fraser road, Patna.  The restaurant offers 16 types of ice cream. Good food but typically North Indian rather than Rajasthani. Try the almond soup.

Basant Vihar

It is located at Fraser road, Patna. There’s nothing like a delicious dosa to tide over a lunch-hungry stomach. It is the 1st-floor restaurant but the service and food is good.


It is located in Hotel Chanakya. Samarat is a multi-cuisine family restaurant offers good quality food and fast service.

Bansi Vihar

It is located at Fraser road, Patna. Locals crowd into this spotless air-conditioned restaurant to enjoy cheap South Indian masala dosa, Chinese specials and friendly service.

Garden Court Club

It is located at SP Verma road, Patna. Few places are as enjoyable for lunch or dinner as this plant-filled, open-air rooftop terrace, serving Indian and Chinese dishes.

Mamta Bar and Restaurant

It is located at Dak Bungalow road, Patna. It is a pleasant place for a few beers and meal chaser. The food and service are excellent.

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