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In the middle of the clouds and slow clad mountains, lies the Queen of Hills aka Mussoorie. This hill station has always been one of our favourite holiday destinations. But this time around, it came across as a foodie’s paradise.

On your next trip to the Queen of the hills, don’t miss out on these top cafes and restaurants to eat in Mussoorie and Landour which are not only Instagram worthy places, but also serve some delicious food to satisfy your taste buds.

So, here we are, picking the best eateries for you which will swoon your hearts.

Kalsang

No trip to Mussoorie is complete without dining at Kalsang. This café located on the main market of the Mussoorie, which is known as Mall Road.  Its ambience is very attractive and appealing with red painted walls, Tibetan prayer flags, Chinese lamps, and red-uniformed staff will make you feel warm and welcomed. If you want to have some good Chinese, Thai or Tibetan food, do visit this place when in Mussoorie. The food here is to die for!

Cost: INR 600 – INR 800 for two

Cuisine: Chinese, Thai, Tibetan

Timings and location: 10 am to 10 pm; Near Bardoni Chowk, The Mall Road

Kalsang

Little Llama Café

Little Llama Café is a must visit when in Mussoorie. The view from this cafe is breathtakingly beautiful, especially if you can score a window-side seat. They serve everything from Italian to Continental to Asian food and their Hummus Falafel Platter, juicy burgers, pizzas & frothy shakes are just divine! Not only that, Red velvet hot chocolate, Kashmiri kahwa, Tibetan butter tea and more await you at the cozy little Tibetan place. It’s perfect for a meal out while enjoying the picturesque valley view surrounding it. You can find this place near Picture Palace, Kulri.

Cost: INR 130 – INR 500 for two

Cuisine: Italian, Asian, fast-food

Timings and location: 10.30 am – 9 pm; Near Union Church | Picture Palace, Kulri, MussoorieLittle Llama Café

Little Llama Café

Café Ivy

Food with a picturesque view! This place is a nicely decorated minimalistic cafe which lets you enjoy the scenic pine forest with clouds on the way to Lal Tibba with their scrumptious food. You can also grab a book from shelf and enjoy reading for hours with a cup of hot coffee. They serve some delectable Pepperoni Pizza and pasta and the coffee here is next to perfect!

Cost: INR 200 – INR 600 for two

Cuisine: Italian, American, Indian

Timings and location: 10 am to 8pm; Char Dukan, Cantt Area, Landour

Café Ivy

Café Ivy

Doma’s Inn

If you are looking for Tibetan Food in the Mussoorie, then Doma’s Inn is a perfect place to eat Tibetan food. This finely decorated cozy place serves you a wide range of food choices. Some hot plate of Momos, or the very delicious Thukpa on a cold Landour evening, will not fail to satisfy your taste buds. The entire place is coloured in multi-hued Tibetan motifs and it looks like sunshine painted the place itself. The inn has rooms for you to stay at as well but it’s their cafe that is mostly popular with visitors.

Cost: INR 500 – INR 800 for two

Cuisine: Asian, Tibetan, Chinese

Timings and location: 8am to 10.30 am; Ivy Cottage, Above Mullingar Hill, Cantonment Area, Landour

Doma’s Inn

Landour Bakehouse

Landour Bakehouse is an all new artistic haven that brings the 19th century charm to the place. The interiors are decorated in the classical art deco charm which gives the perfect finish to the 19th century ambience. Gaze out at the towering Himalayan oaks or just sit by their window and read a book while you dig into the yummiest cinnamon rolls doused in warm caramel sauce or fresh scones!

Cost: INR 500 – INR 800 for two

Cuisine: Cafe, baked goods

Timings and location: 8 am to 8pm; Sister’s Market | Landour, Mussoorie

Landour Bakehouse

Clock Tower Café

Clock Tower Cafe is one of the best view restaurants in Mussoorie. A tiny, calm place with bright 80’s ambience and an open kitchen. Rounded archways, wooden elements, lampshades made out of printed cloth and posters of famous films (The Great Gatsby, Kill Bill etc.) and photographs of famous personalities plastered across the walls, clocktower’s vibe is hip and quirky. And the food matches their ambience. The Clock Tower Cafe is located close to the Clock Tower here in Landour, and thus is very easy to spot.

Cost: INR 500 for two

Cuisine: Italian, fast-food

Timings and location: 11 am – 11 pm; Clock Tower, Landour Bazar road, Landour.

Clock Tower Café

Clock Tower Café

Lovely Omelette Centre

Want to grab a quick snack? Head to the Lovely Omelette Centre on the Mall Road, Mussoorie. This century old place near Mall road, whip up the yummiest Cheese Omelette, Masala Omelette and even Chocolate Omelette. There is nothing fancy about this 8 seater joint but two open cooking stations churns out hundreds of omelettes for the huge crowd waiting for their turn.

Cost: INR 500 for two

Cuisine: Fast food

Timings and location: 8:30am – 8:30pm; The Mall, The Mall Road, Mussoorie

Lovely Omelette Centre

Café By The Way

You can find this incredible cafe on mall road. They have maintained their interiors in an artistic way; with Polaroid cameras stacked to one side of the cafe, big leather couches on the other, the back seats of scooters as resting stools and wrought iron and wooden furniture in the center. Best known for their coffees and shakes, you can get few snacks like sandwiches, garlic bread and panini. The choice of baked products is pretty decent. Overall, this café has something for everyone and is a value for money.

Cost: INR 600 – INR 800 for two

Cuisine: Italian, Beverages

Timings and location: 10 am– 10 pm; The Mall, The Mall Road, Mussoorie

Café By The Way

Café By The Way

Char Dukan

A list of the restaurants in Mussoorie is incomplete without the inclusion of Char Dukan. As the name suggests, Char Dukan is a row of four shops at Lal Tibba which is few kilometres ahead of main Landour. Anil’s Café’ and ‘Tip Top Tea Shop’ are two main cafes with quite similar menu. However, both have their own loyal clientele. Their menu lets you feast on various kinds of Parathas, Sandwiches, Burgers, French Fries, Bun Omelette and Masala Maggie. At Anil’s Café, ask for Mathew Wai Wai. It is off the menu, named on one of the Woodstock students who told them how to prepare Wai Wai for him.

Cost: INR 200 – INR 300 for two

Cuisine: Fast food

Timings and location: 8 am – 8:30 pm; Chaar Dukaan, Landour Cantt

Char Dukan

Emily’s, Rokeby Manor

Emily’s is part of the Rokeby Manor which is located in the beautiful side of Landour. It’s brown bricked interiors, floral wallpapers and wooden furniture gives it a very countryside feel to it. Book lovers can rejoice as Emily’s diverse collection neatly displayed in its antique book shelf will win over your heart. Pick up a book, sip your coffee and relax. They have an extensive menu featuring Indian, continental and even finger foods. They have freshly baked bread and delectable deserts like sticky toffee pudding that you can bring home as well.

Cost: ₹1000 to ₹1,200 for two.

Cuisine: Indian, continental

Timings and location: 24 hours; 1st Floor, Rokeby Manor, Landour Cantonment, Mussoorie

Emily's, Rokeby Manor

Emily's, Rokeby Manor

So, head to these cafes next time when you are in Mussoorie. Make the most of your leisure time as you tickle your senses with exciting flavours offered in this beautiful hill station.

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