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Dosa Cafe is a famous spot in the holy city to enjoy inventive South Indian preparations like chocolate dosa and Ratatouille dosa, among other exciting preparations. The skilled cooks here come up with some creative yet flavorsome spin-offs of classic South Indian picks and draw in crowds from far and wide. Apart from the chocolate dosa, this cafe is also popular for the ice-cream truffle idly and uttapams. Finish off those scrumptious portions with a choice of cold and hot beverages available here.
Varanasi Cafe and Bakery Restaurant has been a city landmark for quite some time. The bakery-restaurant is serves up authentic Indian and European preparations in a no-frills, homey setting. Be it those appetizing salads, hot soups, decadent baked eats or savory noodles, everything is cooked fresh and with the choicest of ingredients available. Nosh on their specials like salami, pastas and noodles and indulge in mellow pies and croissants for dessert.
Tucked away in the by-lanes of Varanasi's Old City lies the Vishnu Tea Emporium whose hand-painted signs are seen on almost every wall of the ghats area and its alleys. Young Vishnu who speaks a smattering of French proudly discusses how he explains the tea-making process to French tourists in their own language. Home-made spices and coffees are up for sale, while those wanting to sample a hot tea before buying it can do so too.
Authentic Korean food is on offer at this charming place at the Manikarnika Ghat. The ambiance is richly traditional and the food is genuinely impressive. The interiors are adorned with mixed symbols of Korean and Indian culture. The Korean wall writings and the Indian showpieces effortlessly convey the purpose of its existence. The food is served in large portions and is reasonably priced. Functional since 2001, the establishment is a welcome change to the dining scene of the city. An internet cafe and a musical instrument store part of the cafe also attracts lot of visitors.
Jyoti Cafe is a neighborhood spot to relish authentic local cuisine preparations in a no-frills setting. The friendly owners are quite welcoming of their guests, which usually comprise foreign tourists and locals alike. Stop in for a hearty breakfast of mueseli curd honey, cornflakes or the wholesome porridge, even as you get to choose from a wide selection of lunch and dinner options like aromatic curries, rice dishes, noodles and chopsuey.
Spicy Bites is a family-friendly oriental cuisine restaurant in the heart of the holy city. Located on the busy Bangali Tola Road close to the iconic city ghats, this eatery serves up classic Japanese, Korean, continental and Indian specialties. Start off with any of its appetizing soups and take the culinary experience ahead with staple oriental dishes like Okuradon, Chicken Chukadon and those wholesome sushi rolls. Chinese and North Indian preparations are also an all-time favorite here.