Breakfast at Ramyaa Restaurant Saraswathipuram Mysuru

Formerly known as Ramya Drive In Restaurant, the present avatar aka Ramyaa Restaurant located in Saraswathipuram, no-longer sports a drive-in restaurant, but retains the delicious taste of pure vegetarian South Indian cuisine.

What to eat:

  • Must-eat includes masala dosa, set dosa, vada, upma, curd-vada aka thair vada and poori-sagoo washed down with filter coffee
  • If you are a sweet-tooth, their badam halwa, basundi and jamoon are the show-stoppers, too damn good to have only one serving :d
Masala dosa + poori sagoo + badam halwa + basundi + curd vada + vada dip in sambar - breakfast at Ramyaa Restaurant Saraswathipuram Mysuru
Breakfast of Champions – masala dosa, poori sagoo, curd vada, basundi, badam halwa and sambar-dipped vada πŸ™‚

Useful Information:

  • Not just breakfast, they serve a full-course lunch spanning south-Indian, north-Indian and Chinese cuisines
  • Ambiance: non-AC + family-kids friendly dine-in restaurant with seating arrangement
  • Service: very good, the waiters are obliging and helpful with extra serving of sambar, chutney etc
  • Wheelchair Access to the restaurant: Yes, the restaurant is on the ground floor for the wheelchair to be wheeled-in
  • Wheelchair access to Restroom: No, the restroom is no wide enough to accommodate a wheelchair
  • Mode of payment: cash, cards (debit and credit) and mobile wallet, UPI are accepted
  • Cost of breakfast: Slightly expensive @ INR 400 (average cost for 2 persons )
  • Parking:
    • For cars: no valet parking, but plenty of free parking space on the road outside the restaurant
    • For motorcycles: plenty of free parking space on the road outside the restaurant
  • Timings: 7 am to 9:30 pm (open all days of the week)
  • Location: Ramyaa Restaurant, Kantharaja Urs road, Saraswathipuram Mysuru (Google Maps link)
Jamoon at Ramyaa Restaurant Saraswathipuram Mysuru
One of the best jamoon in Mysuru πŸ™‚

For your own safety:

  • Wear masks, sanitise regularly, wash hands with soap.
  • Follow social distancing and avoid going out unnecessarily.
  • Stay safe and don’t hesitate to consult a doctor.
Breakfast ride to Mysuru and Bandipur on a BS6 Yamaha MT-15
Nothing refreshing than a forest breeze on a motorcycle – at Mangala village road, Bandipur

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