Mannars Cafe And Restaurant
Mannars Café and Restaurant is home to a blend of traditional flavours and spices native to India as well as international dishes. A modern design restaurant ideal for casual dining, temps guests to enjoy an exotic culinary experience whether for breakfast, brunch and evening dinner. Mannars Cafe and Restaurant is open 12 hours a day, serving delicious vegetarian south and north indian style cuisine, including an option for Chinese food. If the spicy flavours hit the spot, a selection of sweet deserts and cooling beverages compliment your meals.
Mannars Residency is an ideal hotel, bursting in culture and life while travelling through India. The hotel staff are polite and friendly. Guest rooms are clean, bright and cosy. I have reccomended Mannars to my friend and family.
As a business traveller this is my third visit and I'm coming back in 6 weeks. Very polite manager with great personal hospitality. The rooms are affordable and fully furnished - I felt at home. I recommend the menu at the restaurant onsite, featuring Mosaic art the basement level and offering a delicious taste of traditional and multi-cuisine food and beverage.
A beautiful family run hotel surrounded by an energetic city. We definitely traveled to the right place. We loved the rooms- each one is decorated differently. My family and I were delighted with our experience.
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Mysore Zoo is dependent on entry fees to finance the running of the centre, however an improved adoption scheme introduced in the early year of 2000 has been a success, welcoming celebrities, institutions, and animal lovers to contribute directly to the welfare of the zoo inmates. Visit Mysuru Zoo at Sri Chamarajendra Zoological Gardens, Indiranagar, Mysuru, Karnataka 570010, India, open between 08:30 – 5:30 pm.
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