• India
  • Uttarakhand
  • Mussoorie
  • 1°C-30°C
  • 7500 FT
  • Hindi,Kumaoni
  • July to Sept
  • Dehradun
  • Dehradun
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Mussoorie Places To Eat

Places to eat in Mussoorie
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Tavern restaurant and bar

Drop by this British style swanky restaurant and enjoy a fabulous feast that is adorned with exciting and authentic flavours. The rich menu boasts of world cuisines, ranging from authentic Goan cuisine to tender roast lamb and more. The well stocked bar at Tavern Restaurant And Bar has plenty of premium spirits and the talented bartenders would love to offer something exciting for you. Enjoy your time here over great food, sparkling spirits and live music. Staff at Tavern is cheerful, attentive and more than happy to suggest the best combinations on their menu to make your dining experience more pleasant and memorable. read more

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Amitash the rice bowl

Amitash, The Rice Bowl is one of the best options in Mussoorie if you want to treat yourself with the best of Tibetan dishes. The restaurant has an extensive menu which boasts of noodles, momos, spring rolls and fried rice to name a few. .

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Kalsang

One of the most popular restaurants in Mussoorie, Kalsang welcomes you with a superlative menu, smiling faces, lively ambiance and an elegant decor. Be assured of the finest taste as the dishes on your plate are prepared with the best spices and herbs and not to forget, dollops of love. A word about the decor, it makes you feel like you are in China the moment you step inside. Designed aesthetically and in sync with the Chinese culture, it plays a perfect host for a wonderful time you are going to have here. Some of the must try preparations are momos, noodles, coconut curry, soup, Chilly Potatoes, Chicken fried rice, sizzlers and more. .

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Green vegetarian restaurant

Green Vegetarian Restaurant in Mussoorie is where you can have a splendid dining experience with your better half. It has been rated as the best veg. restaurant there. Truly a veggie delight, this upscale restaurant promises a delightful culinary voyage as soon as you step in. A special mention about the awesome Biryani , that is prepared from the local Basmati rice and is a real treat for your platter. You can also indulge yourself into some authentic Chinese cuisine at Green. You will be greeted by the cheerful staff who is more than happy to help you with the best options on their menu. .

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Emily Rokeby Manor

Emily Rokeby Manor is one of the highly recommended stopover for foodies. Warm hospitality, comfortable seating and excellent staff make it quite a hit amongst locals as well as tourists. The moment you enter the restaurant, you'll get to see the rich British colonial architecture. For avid readers there's a sofa cum book shelf upstairs. You shouldn't leave this place without trying their apple pie and excellent hot chocolate. Event their breakfast spread is quite delicious. .

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Casa Mia Bakery

Do you have a sweet tooth? Even if you don't, make sure that you dig your teeth into the fresh, soft and delicious bakery items that the shop has. It will remind you of the cottage in the fairy tale of Hansel And Gretel made of chocolate, cake and candies. This shop has a variety of pastries, cakes, muffins, puddings and frozen drinks which are freshly made. Due to the small size of the shop, there are no seating arrangements but you can always take your order and savour it while you are walking your way through the picturesque hill. Talking about the client service, staff here is attentive and prompt, happily catering to all your needs.

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City point restaurant

So, you are looking for a place where you satiate your taste buds with delicious preparations amidst a nice setting? Well, think no more and make your way to this little hamlet on the Mall road. A great place to enjoy that early morning breakfast or a hearty lunch, this wood panelled hangout zone promises a wonderful time for its guests. Even though, City Point Restaurant is not very popular for dinner, you can drop by to enjoy curries as well as dishes like chicken which is a speciality here.

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Madras Cafe

Even though this is a small restaurant, Madras Cafe is the best choice when it comes to authentic south Indian food. We are sure that you can't resist the tempting vadas, idlis and crispy dosas here. Complete your meal with a cup of aromatic filter coffee and you are done for the day.

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Udupi the south indian cafe

Udupi The South Indian Cafe is a mecca for people who love to relish South Indian cuisine which is prepared under the guidance of expert chefs. Step in at this upscale and popular restaurant to enjoy gastronomic delights at pocket friendly prices. The lavish menu boasts of hot piping Idlis, crispy Dosas (read plain as well stuffed), tasteful Uttapam and flavored Sambhar. You can complement your meal with aromatic coffee or tea. The polite and courteous staff is always on its toes to make your dining experience more memorable and enjoyable.

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Little Llama Cafe

Little Llama Cafe is a pretty cafe which is like your one-stop solution for having Italian and European cuisines in Mussoorie. Even though the place is small, you will love the ambiance and authentic preparations along with your favourite coffee. The cafe also has a rooftop seating area which adds to the charm as you can enjoy your food there, contemplating the scenic views. -- Read more: https://www.ixigo.com/little-llama-cafe-mussoorie-india-ne-3087734

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Hill view restaurant

It may not be your typical lavish restaurant but still is one of the best options to satiate your hunger pangs. Located just opposite to Hotel Drive Inn, Hill View Restaurant welcomes you with a smiling staff, nice seating area and an impressive menu. Order the local dishes and you are in for a lovely treat!

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Four Seasons

Tired after a long day of sightseeing or shopping and looking for a place where you can relax and unwind? Here is when Four Seasons comes into picture! Step in and raise a toast to the gala time you are going to have in here. The lavish spread has everything you want in the name of Chinese cuisine; ranging from steaming momos, tasty noodles to delicious soups and rice, you will love every offering on the menu. If you also want to try the delectable Indian spread, don't forget to order Paneer Pasanda, Paneer Tikka, Malai Kofta, Dal Makhni and more. Rest be assured that you are in for a delectable eating out experience at Four Seasons. The attentive staff makes sure you are comfortable and enjoying your dining to the fullest.

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Char Dukaan

Char Dukaan has four tea stalls that you can see as soon as you come up into the cantonment area from Landour Bazaar. Come here after an early morning stroll to feast on paranthas, sandwiches and pancakes with maple syrup. The shops here have books by Ruskin Bond, who is a regular visitor here. These four cafes serve great food and have an unbeatable view of the Himalayas. Relax, read a book and soak in the wonderful atmosphere of this quaint and quiet place.

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Places to eat in Mussoorie
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Lovely Omelette Centre

Mussorie’s most famous eatery is also its smallest – a cubbyhole along the Mall that serves what many say are the best omelettes in India. The speciality is the cheese omelette, with chillies, onions and spices, served over toast, but the maestro at the frying pan will whip up a chocolate omelette on request. Opening hours can be unpredictable.

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Imperial Square

With huge windows overlooking Gandhi Chowk, Imperial Square scores highly on everything – decor, service and food. The menu emphasises Continental dishes, with long lists of platters and sizzlers, plus big toasted sandwiches. For breakfast you can even have waffles. Upstairs features a tea room–cum–hookah lounge, and the attached hotel.

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Kasmanda Palace Restaurant

The regal restaurant at this Raj-era hotel (found north of the Mall) is the perfect escape from Mussoorie’s holiday bustle. The dining room is intimate but not stuffy, and the garden restaurant is fine for a lazy lunch or summer evening. The food lives up to the setting with North and South Indian dishes, as well as Continental (moussaka and pastas) and Chinese.

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Neelam

Around in one form or another since 1949, Neelam specialises in paneer dishes, and boasts a long list of chicken and lamb. In high season they break out the tawa – a heated metal plate, which slow-cooks meat to perfection. The affable manager, Sam, is exceptionally welcoming.

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Meeting Point Cafe

Away from the bazaars and halfway along the Mall, this is a nice little hang-out with espresso coffee and Tibetan food.

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