Established in the Himalaya foothills by a British Army officer in 1820, the "Queen of the Hills" stands above the rest with its deep woods, favorable climate and Doon Valley views. Its name is derived from the berry-covered Mansur shrub found in abundance around this trekker-friendly area. Vestiges of its colonial past are still reflected in the cuisine and architecture. For stunning natural sights, head to Gun Hill or Childer's Lodge, the two highest peaks, or the famous Kempty waterfall.
Things to do in Mussoorie
4 based on 1 reviews
We went here for lunch on our way back from Landour to the airport. Nice practical restaurant with an extensive Chinese menu. They serve Fish, Chicken and Pork but no Buff, which was a disappointment. The food was wholesome and tasty for all four of us and thoroughly enjoyed by all of us.
4.5 based on 283 reviews
We dropped in here for lunch on our last day at Landour. We were quickly received and seated by the staff and our order was taken quite efficiently. While we were waiting for our soup / salad, we were treated to some freshly baked bread...MoreDear Guest, Thank you for taking the time to give us your feedback. The team and I are delighted you enjoyed your meal at Emily's.We look forward to welcoming you back very soon. Kind Regards Vidur Kapur
4 based on 618 reviews
Felt lovely at lovely after eating lovely cheese omelette. The owner of the shop is so kind. Hard to find such kind and lovely people on this planet. A must go for eggetarians
4 based on 183 reviews
The food in our resort was highly priced. So when we were coming down on Mall Road for having our dinner, we found this restaurant.
Good vegetarian food
Located on Mall Road
Food was good in taste and quantity was sufficient.
Service was very slow
Nothing great was there
4 based on 315 reviews
On mall road, closer from the side of the The Picture Palace, the Travern cant be missed..
You walk and you are greeted by quirky interiors. A mix of wooden and coloured furniture and with posters and names of local personalities adorning the walls, it makes for a quirky and interesting place with a cosy feel.
The food is interesting with good options ... a must go for are their pizzas. Follow it up with their desserts - again a limited but interesting spread. If you are not stopping by for a bite, then surely drop by for their hot chocolate - in the nippy Mussorie weather, it is a must have.
The place is reasonalbly priced but given the spread and the quality of food, it may not be a concern.
4.5 based on 196 reviews
MOMO'S - Tibetan Kitchen is an idea of a group of 2nd generation young Tibetans born and brought up in the charming hill town of Mussoorie. The restaurant derives its name "Momo's" from the "Utterly Unique and Delicious Tibetan Dumplings" which is also the unofficial national dish of TIBET. But do not be mistaken by its name as the place known for the warm dumplings also serves a large variety of Tibetan, Thai and Chinese cuisine. The prime objective of the joint has been to present the traditional TASTE OF TIBET to people and Tourists of Mussoorie in a comfortable and cool Tibetan environment. Tibetans in Mussoorie have been living in this little big town since 1960 and have made it their home in a distinct manner. The joint made its beginning on June 4, 2012 which was inaugurated by Hon. Mr. O P Uniyal, Chairman, Nagar Palika Parshiad, Mussoorie.
Very warm, colourful tibetian cafe at Mall Road. The staff were happy to answer all my questions about the ingredients of the food. The Veg cheese momos were perfect and so was the Thukpa Soup. Their cold coffee is super creamy and perfect to go with the momos. Must visit in Mussourie, they wont let you down!
4.5 based on 133 reviews
The wife insisted the best Maggi noodles are made here in char dukaan. It's like a ritual for them to eat here. Small tables long the road outside the shop. Basic menu with noodles, Indian breads, waffles and tea and fries and shakes. I don't...MoreThnku welcome again. .
4.5 based on 127 reviews
May be old time charm which could be reason this place is famous otherwise nothing special about this place. Opted to do breakfast it’s overpriced good breakfast for 2 adult and a kid will cost 1000/- and quality is very average. Even shop keepers have unnecessary attitudes as they earning well as options is limited in Mussoorie and almost everyone lands at this place.
soundings is beautiful for a good walk for hour or two.
Kept place very Untidy, atleast these shopkeepers should take care of environment and should not dump things in Forest and clean there surroundings as their social responsibility
4.5 based on 414 reviews
Found this place while walking round Mussoorie. Staff were extremely friendly and helpful and spoke good English to give us directions so we decided to return to this place a few hours later.
We ordered pitta and hummus platter to share and it came quickly and with nice presentation. Also ordered Tibetan butter tea which was delicious!
The cafe has fantastic views over the Himalayan foothills and spread over three floors the place has ample space. Only remark would be to try and do something about the number of large flies by the windows.
4.5 based on 211 reviews
Cafe De Tavern is an Italian Cafe located right at Mall Road, Mussoorie.The cafe is one of it's kind offering authentic Italian food with Tea Infusions.
We have tried practically every restaurant in mussourie on our various visits but nothing beats the taste and variety that Tavern offers. We specially enjoyed their chicken burger, chicken steak, pasta amd thin crust pizza. Although the prices are little on the higher side, they are justified by the quality of food u get. The only thing that needs improvement is the service, there are just 2-3 waiters for an almost 50 seater cafe and it takes them a while to serve u when they are fully occupied. Still would recommend it because of their great taste.
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