Discover Restaurants offering the best Israeli 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.
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mickey's kitchen placed in new kasol.Backside from the road.You love the place for chill out and relax music.
We ate here three times, the breakfast and salads were great! Also the soups and the fruit shakes. The service is always with a smile and their English is fluent.I would like to recommend specifically the mushroom soup, the amazing onion soup, the English breakfast and the avocado salad.
4 based on 152 reviews
I had visited this place with friends. We had ordered for burritos and tacos to which the waiter said it will take half an hour to prepare. So we asked him what can be prepared a bit sooner to which he said you can order for a pizza. So we ordered for pizza and burrito. After waiting for more than 45 mins he served us burrito which was horrible in taste and rice smelled with stale sauce. After waiting for an hour, our pizza was not prepared which was going to be made before burrito. So we asked the waiter to which he said it just kept in oven to be baked. So we waited for another 10-15 min and still it was getting prepared. After this we asked him to cancel the order. So the waiter called his chef to us and asked us to talk to her. To which the chef replied to us in a very arrogant way â That we should have patience to wait as they are preparing food in mountains and if we cant wait we should go down and have food at dominos or some other restaurant â . She did not think right to apologise to us and did not even request us to stay back for her mistake. Instead she was being very rude. They entire team really needs some lesson for hospitality and really need to update with good mannered staff. Not only us many other customers where waiting for food since long. We would never come back here and would never recommend anyone to visit this place. Not even once the staff felt sorry for what they did and for how they behaved. If they had apologised we would have stayed back and waited for the food. There is always a way for handling customers. Mistakes happen everywhere but you need to accept it.
4 based on 168 reviews
moon dance cafe is situated in the heart of Kasol and running since 1992. serving their guest with delicious food and bakery.
Great espresso and bakery. Other than that the place is overcrowded, has very poor service given the prices, and rather mediocre food. Far better to walk over the bridge and visit the Tibetan Rooftop Cafe (amazing views) or the old fav Evergreen further down the road
4 based on 315 reviews
Let me start out by saying that Iâm very picky. But every dish we tried here was delicious. We tried several other restaurants in area but quickly realized that the only place we consistently liked the food was Evergreen. My husband likes Indian food and was impressed with the dishes he had. Chef special kebab, delicious, hummus platter with fried curd, yummy, my personal favorite was the tomato, mushrooms and cheese lasagna, had it several times. service is friendly but slow.
4 based on 42 reviews
The photos on this page are not the Bhoj Cafe beware, the actual cafe is dirty, the chai was horrible as was the lemon tea, steer clear or go downstairs to Sami's restaurant below which is excellent
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.
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
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