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The best restaurants in the Andamans

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Though there is nothing better than strolling into a small roadside shanty and letting the owner present his fresh local fare, some dining experiences are best enjoyed at a restaurant. Get ready to be regaled with a smorgasbord of sumptuous seafood with a contemporary Indian touch in the Andamans. Much like the inhabitants here, the food too, represents a wide mix of Indian flavours that run the gamut from north to south. Here are the best spots.

Lighthouse Residency
When holidaying on a tropical island, seafood should be your priority—not least because it’s the freshest fare you’ll find. Lighthouse Residency dishes out the best seafood in Port Blair.

Red Snapper
Red Snapper is the go-to restaurant for a seafood fix. Part of the Wild Orchid Resort, the restaurant exudes a rustic charm replete with bamboo-heavy furnishings and a thatched roof to blend in with the tropics.

Mandalay
The breezy open deck of the Mandalay restaurant at Fortune Bay Resort in Port Blair is perfect to settle in for a long evening. Seafood junkies can dig into fresh fish, crab and lobster, although the menu accommodates plenty of other options like Chinese and Indian too.

Ha-O
The Ha-O restaurant at Sun Sea Resort at Port Blair is the place to head when you’re craving some good old Punjabi cuisine. Offering a good mix of Punjabi favourites—inclufing a tandoori menu—this is comfort food at its best.

B3
The bar and restaurant at Barefoot at Havelock is one place that you should not skip. The fare leans towards a mix of continental cuisines and encompasses all the favourites—from pizza and burgers, to sandwiches and pastas—served against the backdrop of classic movie posters.

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