Published On: Thu, Apr 28th, 2016

Best restaurants in Mcleodganj & Dharamsala


You can be confused in selecting one of the best restaurants in Dharamsala and Mcleodganj (Upper Dharamsala). However, these hamlet-like towns attract food lovers from all across the region. There is a lot of Tibetan Restaurant where you can have the best of Italian, Japanese, Mediterranean and Continental food also. If you appetite for the best of desserts then adds Crepe Pancake Hut, the Hummingbird Café, and Chocolate Log because these the ideal dash of sweet. Continue, because a food odyssey awaits you in this Himalayan land.

Hummingbird Cafe

It is situated in the uber-quaint locations of the Norbulingka Institute. The Hummingbird Cafe is included in a few astonishing cafes in Dharamsala. Surrounded by the greenery, it is in the garden of the institution and gives the most excellent of international cuisine.

Tibetan Mandala Cafe

It is close to the Moonpeak Cafe and is an evenly wonderful spot for breakfast. Select from a few appetizingly cooked hash brown potatoes, scrambled tofu, multi-grain sandwiches, thukpa, pasta and a range of mojitos.

Moonpeak Espresso and Moonpeak Thali

It includes in the oldest food cooperatives in the town; Moonpeak Espresso is approximately similar to another great magnetism close to the Dalai Lama Temple. Situating alongside, both the cafe and the restaurant suggest a better diversity of food.

Crepe Pancake Hut

Anyone who has a sweet tooth can refuse to go into Crepe Pancake Hut. A cozy cafe-like spot, place with a book anthology, and constructed generally of wood, this cafe has rather a pleasant look.

Lung Ta Restaurant

The much zealous food lovers can endeavor something rather diverse at the Lung Ta Restaurant that offers Japanese vegetarian dishes. A spot of more bonhomie, it gives travel stories being traded more than excellent food.

Common Ground Cafe

It is an ideal brunch spot, the Common Ground Cafe descend the quite lonely Dharamkot road. It is approached by the monks, locals and tourists for good food and also a few serene times far from the quite packed restaurants in the metropolis center.

About the Author

Sidra Muntaha

- Sidra Tul Muntaha is a journalist (MA-Mass Communication and M.Phil in Mass Communication) based in Lahore. She is working as an editor at fashion, style and entertainment in the section of the Kooza. She writes fashion and entertainment articles for The Kooza News.

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