Visit these oldest restaurants in the country and take home some delectable memories.
It has been more than 9 decades that MTR (Mavalli Tiffin Room) has been serving the most delicious south Indian dishes to its guests. MTR in Bengaluru is more than just a restaurant and eating out here has become inevitable for foodies who want to treat their taste buds to authentic dosas and idlis.
Moti Mahal, Delhi
A name that is synonymous with lip smacking north Indian cuisine and excellent hospitality, Moti Mahal was started as a small eatery by its founder K.L Gujral in Peshawar in pre-Independence era. The restaurant was then shifted to the Daryaganj area in New Delhi and as we all know- rest is history. As for connectivity, Delhi is well-connected via all major cities in India via road, rail and airways. If you are planning to take a train journey, it is recommended to check IRCTC train ticket for a hassle-free experience.
Leopold Cafe, Mumbai
A trip to Mumbai is said to be incomplete without visiting this oldest Irani eating joint in the city. The cafe was established in the year 1871 and has been one of the most favourite restaurants for locals and tourists alike. Leopold has a lavish menu which serves delectable food and you will surely love your dining experience at this peppy cafe.
The coffee shop in Kolkata has an European vibe and it offers a slice of the bygone Raj era through its setting and decor. Indulge in some yummy puddings, cakes and Swiss chocolates and you will surely yearn for more. In case you are planning to take a train journey to Kolkata, we suggest you to go for IRCTC train bookings to avoid any last minute hassle.
Established during the British Raj, this pretty cafe has an old world charm attached to it. Surrounded by lush green tea estates and rolling hills, Glenary is the place if you want to have the aromatic Darjeeling tea while soaking up the scenic vistas. The menu here has burgers, pizzas, pastries, pies, chocolate brownies and much more.
United Coffee House, Delhi
Established as an interactive cafe in the year 1942, United Coffee House is now a famous meeting point of artists, politicians and bureaucrats. The place has a Victorian decor and a lively ambiance. The menu at United Coffee House is a heady mix of Oriental and Continental cuisine and you will love to round off your meal with aromatic tea or coffee. Want to explore this and much more on your next trip to Delhi? Well, if yes, then it would be better to book your tickets through IRCTC booking online to avoid any last minute hassle.
So, what are you waiting for? Take your pick from the list and head off to a delightful culinary journey where all you have to do is to treat your taste buds to the choicest of dishes.