One among the world’s heritage-listed palaces in India, Mysore isn’t only famous for the royal heritage, spectacular monuments, and buildings. From cafes to palaces, it has 600 years of legacy. Besides, it’s attracting worldwide visitors for being India’s best place to practice Ashtanga yoga. Of course, Mysore is listed among world heritage sites because of its royal palaces and their traditions, but the city is equally famed for its atmospheric markets littered with old-fashioned spice stores, and incense stalls. This place is fit for experiencing Maharaja Lifestyle!
887,446 ( 2011 census )
In 2001, 73.65% of the city population are Hindus, 21.92% are Muslims, 2.71% are Christians, 1.13% are Jains
Vinayaka Mylari, it’s one of the best eateries in the city where you can taste classic flavors of South Indian dishes. Besides, it’s also famous for offering great coffee and Himalayan milky teas with a twist. It has a warm and breezy feel to it.
Must Try: Masala Dosa & Coffee
Location: Nazarbad Main Rd
In a character-filled heritage building, it’s the platters for Mysuru’s office-goers. On every weekend, special dosa served to the customers. In spite of South Indian eatery, its filter coffee is quite famous among locals and tourist alike.
Must Try: Filter Coffee & Rasam
Location: Sayyaji Rao Rd
La Uppu, which literally means ‘The Salt’, is the fine restaurant that’s famous for serving a classic range of Indian, European, and Asian cuisines. Visit this place to enjoy the regional flavors of Karnataka while sitting in its al-fresco settings.
Must Try: North Indian
Location: Nesla Mandela Circle
If you want to taste the world without moving out of Mysore, then must visit Mosaic- Global Cuisine Restaurant. Enjoy worldly cuisines while sitting it elegance ambiance of Mosaic. Also, enjoy live music from city’s renowned musicians.
Must Try: Green Thai Curry
Location: Hebbal Electronic City