Kream N Krunch has made a name for itself redefining gourmet dining in Aurangabad. One look at this menu, and you’ll see that the selection here sets Kream N Krunch apart from other local establishments. They serve a big, eclectic mix of international cuisines here for every meal of the day. Go for a hearty stack of pancakes or waffles for breakfast, then later in the day, be sure to try the Vietnamese paper rolls, the chicken burger, or the decadent mac n cheese.
A fine dining experience from Vivanta by Taj, Lattitude is easily one of the most glamorous venues you’ll encounter in Aurangabad. Newcomers will be struck by the undeniably cool ambiance here, while those in the know will head straight to the scenic al fresco dining terrace during the cooler months. From exotic international delicacies to superb preparations of Indian classics, the food here is flawless across the board. This is the best place in town to enjoy South Indian dishes, and if you’re craving pizza, their pies are thin, crispy and delicious. Their breakfast specials are also a high-powered way to start your morning. Lattitude graciously serves its fine dining menu 24 hours a day, so you’re always welcome here.
Lattitude, 8-N-12, CIDCO, Rauza Bagh, Aurangabad, Maharashtra +91 0240 6613737
Though Yalla Yalla is a brand new venue, it’s already bringing in excited crowds and devoted regulars with its richly spiced biryani and succulent, meaty North Indian dishes. Whether you’re after fish, poultry or red meat, they’ve got a standout dish for every appetite. Try the achari chicken, the prawn koliwada, the mutton dim biryani or the shami kebab (containing a mix of spiced meat and fish). Vegetarians will also find sweet solace in their downright sinful caramel custard.
Yalla Yalla, New Osmanpura Rd, Aurangabad, Maharashtra +91 240 651 0799
Icy Spicy is a well known, perennially crowded staple of Aurangabad’s casual dining scene. It’s especially famous for its street food, like sev puri (a mashed potato chaat topped with sweet tamarind, green coriander chutney, and sev, or fried chickpea vermicelli) and ice gola (a fruity popsicle with a slushy snow cone texture). Their menu is vast and all-encompassing, serving everything from Indian snacks to American-style sandwiches and pizzas. Try the grilled chopper sandwich, the dahi puri (another style of chaat) and pineapple ice gola.
China Town is the better option of the two restaurants you’ll find tucked inside Hotel Amarpreet. In this cozy spot, the sweet, welcoming owner is happy to help his customers navigate the Chinese menu and pick the right combination of dishes. It’s a great homey place to meet for lunch on the weekend, and you can’t go wrong with their Malaysian Flat Noodles.
China Town, Amarpreet Chowk, Jalna Road, Aurangabad, Maharashtra +91 240 233 2521