Diverse, vibrant, exotic, god's own country, incredible, delicious. These are a few of the adjectives which define India. Due to the diversity that it has, there is a huge variety of food available across the country, each product with its unique blend of spices and raw materials.
Out of 3 meals, Breakfast is most crucial as it provides the body and brain with fuel after an overnight fast - that's where its name originates.
So here is a list of 15 Indian restaurants for breakfasts every foodie would love to visit...
Note: The cover image is of Indian Restaurant located in the University area of Charlotte, North Carolina.
Mussoorie's most famous eatery is also its smallest – a cubbyhole that serves what many say are the best omelettes in India. Their speciality is the cheese omelette, with chilies, onions and spices, served with toast, but the maestro at the frying pan will whip up a chocolate omelette on request. All the "Pure Non-Vegetarians", Welcome to your One-Stop destination.
Located on Hill Road, A-1 Bakery is one of the unique bakeries of Mumbai. Whether the purpose is to curb hunger after a night out or pile on after boozing, this place is open for all after 5 am.
With cuisines ranging from German to Italian, German Bakery is one of the signature places of Pune. Usually, most of the couples end up here to curb their cravings for pizza and pasta.
In the heart of the city with classic American ambience, The All American Diner is famous for sandwiches and pancakes. The Red decor and quintessential American posters all around give the entire place a classic western feel.
Craving for something spicy and crunchy, visit Babu Lal Kachoriwala in the city of temples. Here you can pile on piping hot kachoris with spicy chutneys over peepal leaf.
"The Egg's Factory runs with the philosophy "Keep it simple". This place is a boon for eggetarians of Bangalore since it provides a range of dishes from cuisines around the world.
Located in West Bengal with exclusive name titled after Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, this tiny eatery serves toasts, country eggs, tea, coffee and milk. A 365 days open shop with an essence of classic ambiance, this place is a must visit for simple yet unique experience.
Once the private residence of the Thakur of Jaiwana, this place has an unbeatable view. Which place can be better than this to watch sunrise overlooking the misty Lake Pichola with delectable French toast and omelettes? Anyone can turn into a philosopher here.
You will find many intellectuals, artists and writers patronizing this place like no other in Bangalore. With unbeatable English breakfast and 'wake-me-up' filter "kaafi", one can experience the charm of old Bangalore at Koshy's.
With open-air deck seating, you can start your day with sausages, ham, bacon, eggs and toast. Its view is sufficient enough to attract tourists(though food is great, too).
"The only tea room of the prosperous Britisher and the affluent Indian alike, the place is known for its exotic cakes, creamy pastries, rich puddings and perhaps the best Swiss chocolates". Seeking a calm and serene place for breakfast, visit Flury's and enjoy famous chicken wings and chicken cordon bleu.
A Hundred-year old vegetarian restaurant in Goa, Cafe Tato is famous for its Puri-Bhaji. In a state that is famous for its seafood, Cafe Tato holds its unique importance for "Shuddh Shakaharis"(vegetarians).
"A legendary name in South Indian food, this super-popular eatery has had Bangalore eating out of its hands since 1924". Known for oldest Idli Dosa place in Bangalore, you can experience simple and satisfactory breakfast at this very place.