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Old 28th October 2013, 17:54   #31
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Thanks All. What lunch options do we have near Tala Cauvery/Bhagamandala area. We will mostly spend 1/2 day in that route covering those areas
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Just back from a trip to Coorg:

Will add the following food options:

1. Madikeri - Raintree - this is an old house in which Gandhiji stayed when he visited Madikeri. It is converted in to a restaurant. Ambience is very good, food is also very good.
2. Madikeri - Hotel Athiti (for vegetarians, it is a pure veg restaurant).
3. Maddur - Maddur Tiffanys. We were served fresh hot Maddur vadas which are very very tasty.
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Bumping up this thread.

Looking for the latest on good eateries around Madikeri. We generally tend to have our breakfast there on our frequent trips to Kerala. However yet to find consistent quality in any of the restaurants.

Any pointers appreciated, thanks.
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Bumping up this thread.
Exactly in Madikeri, I dont know. There is a CCD at Periyapatna and Hunsur bypass has Cafe Coorg. The other one I can suggest is Kalyani on the Mysore ORR (though in Mysore but on the way). You dont need to stop on the Mysore road at least for food.
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Looking for the latest on good eateries around Madikeri. We generally tend to have our breakfast there on our frequent trips to Kerala. However yet to find consistent quality in any of the restaurants.

Any pointers appreciated, thanks.
Not sure about breakfast joints, but for authentic Coorgi non-veg items, Coorg Cuisine restaurant (a non-descript joint on the 1st floor of a building opp the Post office) is excellent. Not a very fancy place and service can be quite slow at times - but the food is really good.

For breakfast Athithi (Veg) seems to be the most recommended - and may be East End as well ?
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This is a resort and not an eating joint, but it is located on the Mysore-Madikeri highway near Kushalnagar. Might be of interest to people heading to Kerala who need a halt. I stayed there overnight once. It was good, a bit on the expensive side. Not sure if their restaurants serve food if you are not a guest staying with them. The main attraction is it is a bit high-end and bang on the highway.
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Not sure about breakfast joints, but for authentic Coorgi non-veg items, Coorg Cuisine restaurant (a non-descript joint on the 1st floor of a building opp the Post office) is excellent. Not a very fancy place and service can be quite slow at times - but the food is really good.

For breakfast Athithi (Veg) seems to be the most recommended - and may be East End as well ?

Thanks. The latest review of Athithi on Tripadvisor doesn't inspire much confidence. Will give East End a try next time I'm going solo.

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Exactly in Madikeri, I dont know. There is a CCD at Periyapatna and Hunsur bypass has Cafe Coorg. The other one I can suggest is Kalyani on the Mysore ORR (though in Mysore but on the way). You dont need to stop on the Mysore road at least for food.

CCD/ Cafe Coorg are not consistent, but a safer bet when pitted against the unknown. Mysore and ORR are generally covered in the wee hours. Else would have gone for the famous mylari dosas (which we do whenever we get a chance).
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Are you looking only at Madikeri..? If you are travelling via Kushalanagara there will be good options..right..?

If you are travelling to Kerala, via Iritty then Cafe Coorg @ Gonikkoppal is a good option (Not the Cafe county at Hunsur).
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