Travelling to Mussoorie this winter? We list out everything you need to get on your plate, from freshly baked goodies at Emily’s in Rokeby Manor to the pepperoni pizza at the Le Llama Cafe.
Casa Mia Bakery
One can easily spot this small bakery on a stroll down Mall Road. The Casa Mia Bakery is known for making fresh baked goods like croissants, muffins, pies and breads. Chef Thapar recommends placing an order for the fruit cream.And their hot and crisp patties are the perfect accompaniment to a cold winter day too. There is no seating available, but the food is so delicious that you won’t mind standing to eat it.
Cafe by the Way
This is ideal spot to unwind for a coffee break as you explore the different stores at Mall Road. Located in an old British building, the vintage decor inside will take you back in time—the cafe has everything from old records and cameras to a scooter that accentuates its rustic charm.
Coloured tiles, wrought iron furniture and food boards—this one is definitely going to make it to your Instagram feed. Chef Thapar tells us, “They’ve got a whole section of homemade chocolates, and are known for their Kit Kat shake, thin crust pizzas, nachos, chocolate waffles, and their fruit cream.
Kalsang Friends Corner
Kalsang serves three different cuisines—Tibetan, Thai and Chinese—under one roof, and even has an outlet in Dehradun. “An exhaustive 10-page menu that covers everything from dim sums to soups to fried noodles,” chef Thapar tells us about the cafe.
Lovely Omelette Centre
Good things come in small packages, and this one has the approval of all the locals—so it’s never not busy. “You may have to wait, it may even go up to an hour for your order of an omelette. However, you’ll see a number of people patiently waiting for their dish.
Wisteria Deck, JW Marriott Mussoorie
A visit to Wisteria Deck at the JW Marriott Mussoorie will make you feel like you’re on top of the world—the vegan cafe is located at 6,000ft above sea level. Talking about the menu, chef Thapar tells us, “Our unique FAB Pizza is a must-try; it uses three nutrition-packed millets—finger millet, amaranth and barnyard millet.