TOP 5 PLACES TO EAT IN MUSSOORIE
The restaurant has been there on the first floor for a long time but we sat on the ground floor which is somewhat newly built café, about 2 years ago. We loved the ambience of the cafe. This is open from one entire side without a wall, relishing whatever you dig in, with fresh air around you. Whilst, enjoying your meal, let your eyes also check out the mall. The menu had a variety to order from, which was quite extensive. I went with my parents here. We ordered some lip-smacking food. We ordered ITM Officers Yearning– mushroom & cheese stuffed in chicken breast & some added flavours.
2) Chic Chocolate–
Whenever I visit Mussoorie, visiting Chic Chocolate is a must on my bucket list. This was started in 1945 & was named after the owner’s uncle who was a musician. Whatever your choice of dish is, it will be served to you with a smile on the staff’s face. I loved the blueberry smoothie; for all those who have a sweet tooth, must dig into their heavenly desert Chic Choc which is yum to taste. A small brownie which comes with Ice cream, chocolate sauce & loads of nuts for you to savour it. Besides this, Pizza, Pasta, Sandwiches, varieties of chicken can be ordered here. You have to choose from their wholesome Menu.
Must try– Homemade Blueberry Ice-Cream & for Coffee Orea lovers they have, Coffee Oreo Ice Cream; both are super creamy & delicious to make you ask for more. Also, the exhaustive list has home-made chocolates which are their speciality with super-shine.
Choose your dish from their lengthy Menu as per your taste buds. This bold red coloured restaurant was started in 2005 by Mr. Jamyang Kalsang. Speciality- Tibetan Cuisine. They also have Chinese & Thai to their widespread choices of food. The décor is done in red & gold. The food was yum & warm enough to keep me warm in this rainy season. What caught my eye here, are the tissues written by guests commenting on Kalsang’s food, staff, decor. These are kept under the glass sheet on the table tops, reading “Best food served in Mussoorie”; “we will come back here soon” etc. It was an amazing feeling having my authentic Tibetan supper with authentic Tibetan music played “Om Ma Ni Padme Hum” giving me extra zeal & positivity. Their staff is very courteous & will go out of the way to help you.
5)Lovely Omellete Corner-
This place has all time waiting. As the name says, they serve well-done omelettes. People are queuing for as long as an hour or even two, to have their share of Omelette. Their menu reads Oil, Butter & Cheese Omelettes, to choose from. My choice was a cheese omelette which was nicely done with cheese & bread within the omelette. I loved it. It had oodles of cheese to relish. A lot of students & tourists are always here. It is a nice small omelette corner located right on the mall road.
Hope this has tempted you enough to pick up your choice of the plate from all these delicacies mentioned above. So dig in, in some of the delicious food and carry back great memories.