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A popular bar coupled with a family restaurant, Yelchiko is a stylish joint in Varanasi. With a ritzy design and a vibrant ambiance, this is one of the rare breed of hideouts available in Varanasi. The bar is stocked with a wide choice of alcohol along with a tasteful lineup of foreign and Indian wines. With a separate entrance and a more family-friendly atmosphere, the restaurant has a selection of Indian, Chinese and Continental delicacies. The interiors give off a hip vibe with the contemporary design and the plush decor. Do not miss this one of a kind destination while traveling around the city.
Deena Chat Bhandar is a no-frills roadside joint that probably serves the most scrumptious street food in the sacred city. Much frequented by Bollywood celebrities and other famous personalities, the fast food stall is always teeming with food lovers pouring in from all corners of the city. Favorites include samosa puri, aloo chaat, bhel puri and tomato chaat, among other equally appetizing and flavorsome items.
Kashi Chat Bhandar is one of the famous fast food restaurants serving snacks and Chats. Some of the items they serve are Dahi Bhalla, Aloo Tikki, Paani Puri, Papri Chat, Mixed Chat and Dahi Masala Chat. In their sweet menu, Rabri Jalebi is the best. It has a typical Banarasi taste. The place is very small but is well maintained and clean. The prices are kept as low as possible so you can come here often with a gang of friends and enjoy munching some tasty snacks.
Within close proximity of Dasashwamedh Road and the ghats lies the Phulwari Restaurant and Sami Cafe, a little haven which offers diners a cozy respite from the abrasive crowds of the city. Acclaimed for its interesting menu, expect to find a lineup of Mediterranean delicacies such as falafel, as well as the usual Italian suspects- pasta, lasagna and others. Their shady garden is a fine spot to catch up with travelers and exchange notes.
The Keshari Restaurant has been a city institution for quite a few decades. Made famous for its scrumptious local cuisine and friendly service, it features a convivial setting, complete with wood-paneled ceilings and walls. A hit with vegetarians, the restaurant's menu has more than 40 types of cottage cheese gravies, along with other toothsome picks.
The crispy Kachaudi (round balls prepared with flour and stuffed with baked lentils and spices) can be rightly called as North India's favorite snack. At Varanasi's Kachaudi Gali, you would probably savor some of the most delectable kachauris that the country has to offer. Counted as one the city's top landmarks, it is always swarmed with food lovers hopping in to devour those piping hot crispy balls served with imli (tamarind) and chana (gram) chutney.