This is the place to gorge on the typical hill fare of momos and thukpa. Of course, considering the increase in tourists and backpackers, you are likely to get a good assortment of Tibetan noodle soups, Dilli chaat, south Indian idilis, steaks, fish, pizzas and chocolate pancakes. Try the thin-crust pizzas at Dharamkot’s pizzeria. Most hotels also have their in-house restaurants. The restaurant in Hotel Tibet is one of the oldest hotels serving authentic Tibetan and Chinese fares. For veges, head out to Nick’s Italian Kitchen for their pastas and lasagna. The Snow Lion Hotel serves yummy lemon curd cake and a range of herb teas. Carpe Diem in Jogibara Road and JJI’s Café serve the best muesli in town. Momo Café serves, obviously, momos accompanied by hot chai. Grab some hot croissants, French pastries and Tibetan herbal teas at Lhamo’s Croissants. Lung Tha offers delectable Japanese options; before you order, take a look at their daily specials! For Italian try the heavenly pepperoni pizza and friend banana with nuts at Pema Thang’s Guest House. So many options, we promise you’d be spoilt for choice!
Top Hotels in Dharamsala
Top Landmarks in Dharamsala
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- Hotels Near Jwalamukhi Temple
- Hotels Near Brajeshwari Devi Temple
- Hotels Near Kangra Railway Station