We get down from the place to eat something sweet from the local market. I suddenly explored a shop selling hot milk and I swear it was a deadly favorite to me and my wife.
We ended the day with a scrumptious dinner from a hotel in Mall Road, post which we headed back to the hotel and we had to pack up to head back home the next day.Mussoorie makes money on tourism so don't be surprised by the pricing on food and others. That's their way of life! I recommend going to a small thela and having quick snacks. Even the smallest ones here had the best to offer! Don't act pricey when you're at such eateries.
Mall Road is like the hub to reach any place in Mussorie. It is crowded, filled with tourists and school kids in their sweaters & uniforms. We wanted to go to Chaar Dukaan, which is technically and literally 4 shops. This is one of the most famous eatery point in Mussorie. Famous because of celebrities who have frequented this place.
The city looks like a charm, when it just rained, there is a glow on the street. We walk in down, and we see, the drenched streets looking all more beautiful than ever.
As we walked down the Mall Road, wind playing around and rain about to drench us and at this very movement, when you see Tandoori Chai, it is next to impossible to resist. The only place at Mall Road that serve Tandoori Chai is "Chai La". Famous for its baked cookies as well, it is a desserts in drenched city.