25th January 2021 starts with a relish morning breakfast at Keventer’s, located on Mall gas been traditionally known for its famous full English breakfast. You do get varieties of sandwiches, burgers and various other meat and snack items. Some of them are as follows:
Meat loaf, sausages, salami, chicken cutlet, meat balls. Lollipops, salami toasted sandwiches, hot dogs, chocolate shakes, hot chocolate, rose shake etc.
Where there is good food, there is happiness – Glenary’s Bakery & Café, also known as the Gelnary’s cake shop is located at the ground floor of a two stories white colonial building that prominently displays its name in front, run by the Edwards family, existing since the British colonial days. As you walk in through the huge wooden framed glass door into the bakery, you will see the cakes and snacks counter in front showcasing various types of fresh cakes, pastries and snacks in the large glass case at the bakery counter. Glenary’s is well known for the morning breakfast, serves sandwiches, burgers, rolls, pizzas, pastries, muffins, croissant, fruit cakes, brownies, a chocolate makes everything better.
Dinner is one o life’s greatest pleasure – Shangri – La’s Restaurant is part of the Shangri – La Hotel located just few steps away from the Chowrasta Mall, specialized in Chinese and Tibetan food, dishes are prepared using locally procured fresh herbs and ingredients. The bar at the end is well stocked and has nice selection of both Indian and imported wine, beer to drench the desire of your soul.
When you are in Darjeeling, one cannot miss the Joy ride. The Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, also known as the DHR or the Toy Train, is a 2 ft (610 mm) gauge railway now runs only for joyride Darjeeling to Darjeeling (a ride to Batasia Loop), The loop is 5 km (3.1 mi) from Darjeeling, below Ghum. There is a memorial to the Gorkha soldiers of the Indian Army who sacrificed their lives after Indian independence in 1947. The loop has a panoramic view of Darjeeling, with Kangchenjunga and other snow-capped mountains in the background.