Food & Cuisine

Food in Hampi is good enough. You do not get Non-Veg in the town of Hampi (except eggs) since it is reserved as temple town. Delicious Thali at an open air restaurant called 'Mango tree', and their lassi is one of the best. Cross the river, by a ferry boat, takes 2 mins and non-veg is available on this part of the river. Most of the Hampi’s eateries are concentrated around the Hampi Bazaar. That includes Idli & Dosa for the breakfast and the Tali meals for lunch. A row of thatched restaurants at the Hampi bus stand is a great place to have a steamy Idli breakfast with Chai (Rs 10).

The Italian foods, Chinese or Japanese foods, and the continental food are mostly served in the cozy restaurants or hotels of the city. Prawn curry and chicken curry are the favorite dishes of people in non-vegetarian category. Fishes are also the primary demand of the visitors of this city. The dal roti and rajma chawal of north India is also popularly available in the restaurants of this city. Rice is the staple here.

The multi cuisine restaurant at the Hotel Malligi Garden in Hospet serves a variety of cuisines including the Indian, Chinese, Continental and South Indian cuisines, Vegetarian and Non Vegetarian.

The multi cuisine restaurant in Hotel Mayura Bhuvaneswari serves delightful food items from Indian, Chinese, Continental and special South Indian cuisines.

Hotel Priya Darshini offers various cuisines like
Continental, Italian, Chinese, European, Japanese, South Indian.

Shanbhag Towers International Pvt Ltd offers Cuisines like
Continental, Chinese, South Indian, Vegetarian, Non Vegetarian.

Hotel Krishna Palace offers Cuisines like
Continental, Chinese, South Indian, Tandoori, Vegetarian, Non Vegetarian.

SLV Yatrinivas offers Cuisines like
South Indian, Only Vegetarian.