Restaurants

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Mango Tree

Hampi’s most famous restaurant has relocated to the bazaar inside an ambient tented restaurant but is still run by three generations of the same local family. It's an efficiently run place with good service and deli…
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Laughing Buddha

Laughing Buddha is perhaps Hampi's most atmospheric place to eat, with serene river views that span beyond to the temples and ruins and a loyal crowd of diners. Its menu includes curries, burgers and pizzas but serv…
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Gouthami

A well-run place with the usual cushioned seating (or dining tables) and an excess of psychedelic wall hangings. Serves tasty Indian, Israeli and Western food; they've an espresso machine and the bakery at the front…
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Moonlight

Simple, family-owned place that has a good set breakfast, espresso coffee and tasty pancakes and egg dishes and, of course, curries.
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Ravi’s Rose

This is the bazaar’s most social hang-out, with a good selection of dosas and thalis, but most are here for the, erm, special lassis (cough, cough, nudge, nudge).
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Chill Out

Atmospheric rooftop restaurant with cushion seating and lantern lighting, and a menu of curries and Western favourites, including good pizza.
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Prince Restaurant

Food here takes ages to arrive, and the Western food lacks real flavour so order a biryani, your best bet. Still at least there's comfy cushioned seating to lounge on while you wait.