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|5th December 2007, 21:49||#1|
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Food Joints: Mysore - TCR via Nilambur/Sultan Battery
Lots of threads on BLR-Mysore-TCR roads via Nilambur and Sultan Battery.
However any good leads on good places to eat on these routes please?
I'm planning to leave for TCR from Mysore via Nilambur (or SB depending on more advice I get) early morning.
Further inputs on food joints would be greatly appreciated.
(Mods - please move the thread in case its a repetition).
|5th December 2007, 22:02||#2|
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In mysore you get a lot of good restaurants. Check out the Kamat hotel on the Ooty road, the food is very good and at a very reasonable price.
|6th December 2007, 19:13||#5|
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It is Kamat Madhuban on NH212 (within 2 km of taking NH212 at Mysore)
|6th December 2007, 19:32||#6|
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gudalur options are not good, basic stuff only. better stock up at mysore.
|7th December 2007, 10:49||#7|
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There is a restaurant in the first town you hit after Mudumalai. I forgot the name of the town. When you go from Mudumalai it's on your right, just after you cross the forest check-post. I think the name starts with 'Haritha' or something related to that. Decent place. We had lunch from there during one of our trips.
Most of our trips, we eat breakfast at Mysore, lunch at some restuarant in Nilambur/Perinthalmanna. You could find very decent ones in these places.
|7th December 2007, 12:31||#8|
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In Sultan Batheri there is a KSRTC bus station.
There is a cheapo eatery there which gives hygienic authentic Kerala food. Its like a govt owned canteen
This information is 6 years old, I dunno how they are now.
Other options are Kalpeta in Waynad, if that comes on the way.
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Wyanad has this "Mess" culture - you will find a lot of small shops attached to homes with just the word "Mess" or some name attached to it.
You get terrific home food at these places. They are very basic with wooden benches and the old-style foldable steel chairs, etc. The good part is that most of these places still use wood-fired kitchens - the taste is heavenly. Even the tea tastes great when cooked over a wood fire. I'm vegetarian, but my son insists that the chicken curry is the best he's ever had and my wife says the fish fry is amazing too.
We skip lunch at Mysore so that we can eat at these places. You will find them at regular intervals on the highway after you enter Wyanad.
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