Hampi restaurants

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Mango Tree

Hampi’s most famous restaurant has relocated to an atmospheric tented restaurant in the bazaar but is still run by three generations of the same local family. It's an efficiently managed place with good service and …
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Gouthami

A well-run place with cushion seating (or dining tables) and an excess of psychedelic wall hangings. Serves tasty Indian, Israeli and Western classics. There's an espresso machine (cappuccinos ₹120), and it also off…
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Gopi Roof Restaurant

Serves up flavoursome Indian, Chinese and Israeli food, and even the Mexican grub (try the veg enchiladas) is quite tasty. Sip a lassi (₹60) or masala chai (₹30) while you're waiting for your meal.
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Moonlight

A family-owned place right behind Virupaksha Temple that serves good breakfasts, pancakes, curries and espresso coffee.
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Laughing Buddha

Down a lane off the main drag in Virupapur Gaddi, this well-regarded place has serene river views that stretch over to Hampi's temples. Its menu includes curries, burgers and pizzas; you dine on low tables and cushi…
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Nargila

Spacious, sociable place where you can lounge around for hours sampling items from a global menu and slurping beer (₹220). Stays open late in the evening, when there's often live music.
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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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Ravi’s Rose

A social hang-out, with a good selection of dosas and thalis, but most folks are here for the, erm, special lassis (cough).
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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. There's comfy cushioned seating to lounge on while you wait.