Indore isn’t just famous as the cleanest city, but the taste of Indore is equally popular in the country. Indore is blessed with a variety of street food options and at the same time also houses amazing cafes and restaurants for a complete food experience. Following is a list of 5 most preferred cafes and restaurants, Indoris love to party at-

Mangosteen Cafe

Choose your corner and settle down for a mind-blowing experience ahead. Great presentation, taste and a great variety too, this place has it all. A true Indori at heart cannot at all miss the Indorean twist pizza at Mangosteen. With a vibrant ambience and warm service, this is a must visit place in Indore. On days when you don’t feel like filling yourselves with pizzas and pastas, and you are looking for more desi and filling food, Mangosteen has a variety of Indian Main course dishes to choose from.

Mr Beans- The Coffee Lounge

This French themed restaurant is a picture perfect one for Instagram lovers! With a beautiful ambience and vintage feel to it, this is one of the best places in Indore, to hangout with your partner. The glowing fairy lights make this French style café look enchanting at all times. From an elaborate pizza menu to an array of European and international dishes, Mr Beans has many interesting names on the menu.

Freito Cafe

Another marvelous location in Indore, this beautiful place deserves to be on your list of places to hangout. If you are looking for recommendations, definitely try their tomato basil pasta and the Mexican items. Freito offers both indoor and outdoor seating area, which resembles the Eiffel Tower in Paris. If you are looking out for places for a dinner date, Freito is the perfect place to be at. Watching the starry night, with good food and good company, this will be one of your best experiences.

Café Terazza

Chinese, Italian, Mexican, this place, has it all. This is a perfect place for coffee lovers too. From regular cappuccino to flavoured hot coffee and coffee coolers, there are umpteen number of cold and hot options to choose from. Café Terazza is one of the best rooftop cafes in the city with a terrace garden and a very vibrant ambience, perfect to hangout on a cool and breezy day.

Café Mocha

Mocha is the name already famous amongst the food lovers and why not! The food, service, ambience, everything in Mocha is on point. With a cozy and comfortable seating, Mocha offers some amazing desserts, a taste you will get only at Mocha. Their Lebanese kebab platter is a must try and if you are looking for options on the healthier side, they have some great salad options too. Mocha has an elaborate bar menu, with a wide variety of LIIT drinks, wine, etc.

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Along side this, the Progressive Association School of Rajasthan, which filed a plea against the High Court's decision ordering 30% deduction in school tuition fee, was not in support of this conclusion. "This decision is not right, it is discriminatory. If it is implemented, we will go against it to the Supreme Court. How will the schools be able to pay salaries to teachers and staff if fees are slashed by 30 and 40 per cent?"

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Entrepreneurs in Mumbai can seek for investment, under P&G India's 'vGrow' program

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Pupils in Lucknow & other cities can now access Higher Education Digital Library at no cost

The students will have access to study material in English and Hindi prepared by best teachers of the state universities.

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High onion prices in Goa make citizens teary; cheaper costs to be provided through PDS

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Indian kitchens are nothing without their basket of onions and it is a staple in almost everyone's regular diets. So when the prices of onions hit a staggering ₹80-90/kg, straight from ₹50-60/kg and even less in some areas, it left the citizens teary eyed. Keeping in sight the surging prices of onions in the state, Goa's Chief Minister on Wednesday stated that the vegetable which is an essential commodity, would be provided at a cheaper cost via the state's public distribution system network.

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