Diglipurs simplistic dhabas serve out the conventional Indian food, and most travellers dine at their accommodation. The Andaman Islands is famed for its seafood, so if you are a non-vegetarian, that is a must-try. The choices for vegetarian food are also plenty, nevertheless, though finding a pure vegetarian restaurant can be a real challenge. As Diglipur is still an offbeat tourist destination, it mostly has restaurants serving local cuisine. Several eating joints follow the Dhaba, canteen or eat-like-home theme. Here are a few recommendations on where to eat, when in Diglipur.
Anu Bar & Restaurant
Located in Aerial Bay Diglipur, Anu Bar & Restaurant, is synonymous with mouth-watering meals that offer some of the most revered cuisines. Owing to its strategic location, the restaurant can cater to a large number of diners at any given time, while satiating their cravings. One of the renowned and sought after restaurants in Diglipur, the restaurant welcomes visitors from 11:00 – 23:00 for a scrumptious meal. Making way for a hearty meal, Anu Bar & Restaurant makes sure one has a memorable experience indulging in delightful cuisine.
Located in the main bazaar in Subhasgram Diglipur, Hira Restaurant is a modest restaurant frequently acknowledged amongst the locals for its delightful and affordable thalis and seafood specialities. The joint is run by a Bengali family, and all meals have a remarkable yet typical Bengali taste to it. For travellers yearning for an unpretentious and homely food, Hira remains operational between 11:00 – 22:00 and is a reliable choice.
Located in Diglipur, Dolphin Restaurant is another restaurant famed for its delicacies. With fishes available fresh at all times, it’s tough to resist seafood on an island. Most of the establishments do a great job with seafood preparations, with Dolphin Restaurant being no exception.
The Hangout Restro
Located in Madhupur Diglipur, The Hangout Restro is one of the exceptional places where one can relish both vegetarian and non-vegetarian food. The pizza here is scrumptious and must-try!
Located in close proximity to Subhasgram Diglipur, Foodies welcomes guests from 06:00 – 22:00. A multicuisine restaurant famed for its non-vegetarian cuisines, visitors must savour some of their local delicacies.
When in Diglipur, try the thalis at the Bengali restaurant near the canal and the south Indian restaurant opposite the stadium. For more continental cuisine, travellers need to go to Kalipur. The resorts in Kalipur Beach offer diverse north Indian and a small selection of Chinese and Italian cuisines. A bit on the expensive side, these restaurants are the best and the only alternative possible, if local cuisine does not entice you. Additionally, there are a few friendly bars both in Diglipur and Kalipur. Diglipur market offers one of the best varieties of vegetables and fruits on the island. There are shops selling snacks, sweet and salty junk food and other refreshments. Chai and fresh coconut water are staple drinks and can be bought from anywhere near the market.