- anurag pVarr at Holywater by ganga kinaare, Visited here with my friend. The pandemic has hit the hospitality industry hard but this hotel has done a great comeback with the help of their innovative and passionate team members. Parvinder and Megha on the front office was quick with their check in and check out. Rooms were beautiful and spacious. Talking about their food they have a restaurant on the ground floor. Amazing ambience, courteous team members and their delicious food makes this restaurant a great place. Mr Joydeep was so good as a host and also he explained us about the Temple Cuisine of India which makes you feel the richness of your culture. Also a big thanks to Chef Bhatt and his team for a beautiful experience. If you are in rishikesh 'Varr' should be on your to go places list.
- Sonia NI recently visit Varr with my friends and go to know that Varr has come up with this amazing and all new concept of serving temple food of India in your plates. I used to think that temple food means something sweet or aalu poori but got to know alot about the temple food at varr, not just the variety but the taste was delicious too. When in rishikesh, do give this restaurant a try you will not be disappointed.
TechfoodlifestyleFinally after hearing alot about this place from my friends and Family. I decided to visit here with my colleagues and we absolutely loved it. This place is a must try for every vegetarian food lovers and the best part is the variety of temple food this restaurant is serving which includes mangal bhog, rachana bhog , utsava bhog. About the safety factor and hygiene, the restaurant staff is there to make sure that it's 100%safe to have lunch or dinner here. We ordered- Rachana bhog, utsava Raj bhog. There are no words which can describe my experience here , everything was so lovely and we loved our visit here.