Mcleodganj is one of the most sought after hill stations in Northern India. It attracts flocks of tourists during the summer holidays. Shrouded within an ocean of Deodar trees, Mcleodganj not only offers respite from the hot sun, but is also brimming with culinary delights. The food there is a mix of cultures, intertwined together in a divine hill station. The diversity ranges from Tibetan, Korean, Japanese, American, English, German, and of course Indian. Here’s my experience with some of the places that I visited.
Four Seasons is a traditional Tibetan restaurant located not far away from the main square at Mcleodganj. It is one of the most peaceful and serene diners in the area. Treat yourself with some authentic Tibetan cuisine. The momos (dumplings) are absolutely delicious, the Thukpa is extremely satisfying. The staff is amiable and helpful. You can easily strike a conversation with them. And you’ll always be treated with some tranquil Tibetan chants, which is a major win.