Assam restaurants

Top Choice Indian in Guwahati


The lunch thali at Paradise is considered by many to be the archetypal Assamese spread, bringing together a wide range of local culinary flavours on one platter. Try the subtly flavoured fish tenga (sour curry) and …
Top Choice Indian in Kaziranga National Park


Fried duck, fish in sesame-paste gravy, fried pork with dried bamboo shoots or spicy mutton chunks – local cuisine can't get more varied than at this tiny roadside restaurant. A defunct vintage car repurposed into a…
North Indian in Dibrugarh

Moti Mahal

Hotel Rajawas boasts the highly recommended Moti Mahal restaurant, an upmarket eatery popular with the town's gastronomes that serves superb North Indian food, including staples such as naan, butter chicken, palak p…
Cafeteria in Tezpur

Spring Valley

This incredibly busy and popular cafeteria serves hot, tasty all-day snacks and mini meals – the puris (deep-fried flatbreads) are simply scrumptious – through the day. The bakery section has a decent range of puffs…
North Indian in Guwahati


Inside the stately Dynasty hotel, this stylish restaurant has tasty North Indian dishes, served by waiters in Mughal uniforms as gentle Indian music plays in the background. It’s a somewhat upscale place, so dress a…
Multicuisine in Sivasagar

Sky Chef

Smartly appointed and featuring a good range of North Indian, Chinese and local Assamese fare, this restaurant is a great place to grab dinner after a long day's sightseeing around town. The staff will happily expla…
Adivasi in Guwahati


Named after Assamese khorikaa (barbecued dishes), this restaurant serves a superb selection of regional fare in upscale air-conditioned comfort. Try the barbecued small fish and fried pigeon meat, or go for the deli…
Multicuisine in Guwahati


Beatrix has come a long way: from a casual hangout for college students to an understated dining address with accent lighting and red table linen. The food is a predictable mix of Indian, Chinese and regional dishes…
Assamese in Guwahati

New Maa Kali

This straightforward, no-frills restaurant serves a rustic but delicious version of local Assamese dishes, with an accent on fish. The menu is in Assamese, but waiters are happy to help you choose your food.
Fast Food in Tezpur

Chat House

On the rooftop terrace, Chat House has an open-sided, but roofed, dining area boasting cooling breezes, good views, Indian snacks, noodles, pizzas and momos (Tibetan dumplings).