Reviews on Indian food in Kullu, Himachal Pradesh, India. Set in a valley whose original name meant "end of the habitable world," this resort town in the lower Himalayas blossoms in summer and during its famous Dussehra festival in October. Don't miss the Raghunath Temple, built in 1660 in honor of the valley's patron deity, Lord Ram. Less than two miles away, a 90-minute climb to the Jagannathi Devi Temple provides a panoramic view of the alpine area. The town is also known for its locally woven wool shawls, blankets and slippers.
Things to do in Kullu
Nice restaurant where you can have either a good and healthy drink like fruit smoothies or enjoy their big section of indian Italian food.The atmosphere is cosy and the service is professional and fast.It opnned just 1 week ago so I guess it will improve for sure!Good Luck.
Excellent hotel, services are very good, online booking available, customer service is very good, Fooding excellent, cleanliness is good, recreation facility available, I recommend to stay in this hotel when visiting Kullu.
it is just for veg lover otherwise you wont be like it.menus are simple not so spicy.i go there on Thursday for my parents.
At such a beautiful place & surroundings if you can get yummy ,mouth watering food at reasonable price than surely it would be a DELIGHT...This Unique place (ambiance ) offers excellent Breakfast ,lunch & dinner (veg as well as non veg) with very quick service advantage.Sit out side on bamboo furniture in middle of cool breeze & greenery or prefer to sit in dining hall inside.It on walking distance ( 2 minutes) from DHALPUR BUS STAND.I JUST LOVED HAVING MY BREAKFAST & DINNER HERE.
The well travelled owner knows what guests like. He speaks English and is knowledgeable about the area. The rooftop restaurant has relaxing atmosphere, it just makes you want to linger. The delicious masala tea was served in generous mugs. The breakfast menu has many choices that appeal to western taste. His hash browns served with set breakfast menu are not âAmerican styleâ hash browns but nevertheless a delicious fried mix of bell peppers, onions and potatoes. We would definitely highly recommend Asha Homestay Rooftop Cafe.
this is a sweet shop for mainly tiffin,muffin and cakes are too good here.coffee is too good here.try it.
" Taste That Creates Magic " One of the finest sweets shops providing best Indian Sweets since 1966 ..Sweets that melts in your mouth...
Been in this place again in August 2017.... the owner has rebuilt the whole shop... its much bigger now... spacious... good seating area... sweets were the best and out of this world.... do try dry fruit/mewa halwa, kaju katli and rasmalai in this restaurent.... also one should try samosa and kachori.... they are just awesome.... The hospitality is top one and the owner very humble.... definately recommended for everyone.... Just to note This outlet is one located on Mohal Road. Do visit
4 based on 24 reviews
Food is good but tandoori as well as baked trout was amazing. Best was the river side and the valley view.Prefer sitting next to river.
4 based on 62 reviews
We ordered mexican tacos, ginger honey lemon tea, and hummus with pita. It was good. The service was good. They provide yo the WiFi password easily. The lighting was a little dingy...maybe suited for smokers. I prefer a well lighted place. They had made arrangement for a bonfire too
4 based on 52 reviews
Sapna bakers is a new era of bakery in kullu.we Serve baked fast-food , eggless cake, pastries.we design all you want your c
Taste is fine, options are available for Indian, Thali, Chinese and sweets and snacks too. Tastes fine but the authencity need to be looked into. Rest all is fine
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