Royalty in Flavors: Manipal Inn’s Newest Restaurants

Bringing the flavor of royalty at Manipal Inn, Viraasat, The Heritage is an exquisite fine dine restaurant that has its ambiance inspired by the Rajput and Mughal culture. The interior-décor of the restaurant demonstrates sophistication that is brought about by an eye for detail. The comprehensive visual experience provided by the Restaurant brings together expressions of exquisite architecture combined with aesthetic wallpapers designed by Sabyasachi.

Virasaat offers a range of cuisines from Italian to Continental at very modest prices. However, aims to specialize in Indian cuisine specifically. The chefs at Viraasat create a complete dining experience for their guests by combining traditional approaches to specialties with a little bit of creativity. Virasaat offers classic specialties that represent the North Indian and Mughlai cuisine with dishes like the Non-Veg Thaali, Chicken Kalmi Kebab, and Gosht Biryani. Additionally, the restaurant’s menu includes dishes representing the Chefs’ experimental approach with dishes such as the Paneer Tandoori Chat and Malai Broccoli.

For all Manipal students out there, the restaurant is an essential experience that provides an ambiance of royalty with a range of dishes that cannot disappoint.

And if you’re looking for a pure vegetarian restaurant with something new to offer, your search stops right here. Situated in the heart of Udupi, right off the highway, the Manipal Inn also boasts of a new, pure vegetarian restaurant, Udupi Rasoi.

On the 16th of July, we had the honor of being invited to the beautiful restaurant and the opportunity to sample a wide selection of dishes from their large, diverse menu; a delicious mini masala dosa, accompanied with podi idlis, cutlets, and chutney and sambar.

They also served a light mushroom soup and a few starters, such as mushroom rural and kung pao paneer. For lunch, we were treated to a generous thali including, but not limited to, veg korma, corn palak, and paneer kadhai, followed by an impressive sizzling brownie with ice cream and gadbad for dessert. The wonderful food and ambiance, coupled with its convenient location, make Udupi Rasoi a must-visit, for vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike.




Written by Sadashiv Mitra and Saher Kalra for MTTN

Edited by Asma Abidin for MTTN

Featured Image and Photographs by Aromal for MTTN

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