Food of Tibet in Mcleodganj streets, Himachal Pradesh state of India

Different parts of India offers different types of food and flavors. At the same time, Mcleodganj town which is in Himachal Pradesh (a State of Northern India) offers completely different kind of food. This Photo Journey is about a different flavor of food which is not same as that of other towns of the state. Let's continue with this Photo Journey from Mcledoganj and know more about flavors of Mcleodganj...Tourists at Mcledoganj comes with varies motives and mainly focused around Budhism. Apart from that many of tourists come here by the name of Mcleodganj, because it has come on Tourist map of India and one of the important tourist destination. I have seen many people going there and they come back with mixed reviews about the place. The basic reason is wrong expectations from this place. But of-course people interested in exploring Tibetian Culture, Budhism or want to learn Yoga/Mediation etc. It's also a good destination for foodies.Recently one of my friend was planning to go to Palampur and asked abouteatables she can find around the place. I had no clue about anything special in Palampur but of-course at Mcleodganj, she can try multiple things from a huge range of restaurants.During our visits, we have tried various restaurants and cafes. There are mixed reviews on food & I am not an expert to comment of food. So we shall try not to mention any specific place for eating or avoiding... Anyways, for light snacks and tea - we loved Coffee-Talk :) . Above photograph is shot at Coffee-Talk only. I loved their herbal tea with honey :)A good range of cuisines can be found in streets of Mcleodganj, but trying flavors of Tibet is one of the must things to do for everyone. There are various restaurants and street-side kiosks to try Tibetian food. These colorful streets serve Tibetan food in pure flavor and some of the restaurants make it indo-tibetian..Interiors of most of these restaurants is quite different from eating places we see in big cities. Some of the restaurants have good range of books on budhism, yoga and Meditation... Music you hear in these streets is also different and soothing most of the time...I don't remember name of this soup kind of stuff but it was something made up of home-made noodles. Although none of us were able to figure out something which looks like noddle :) ... It tastes something healthy, which didn't suite me :) .. Others liked it and I liked some of the tried stuff they servedMost of the eating places in Mcledoganj streets have reasonable rates expect few with fine dining setup. Various items ranging from 70-250 rs are available in most of these places. One tip - If you enter into Tibetian Restaurant, don't dare to order tea during end. Only focus on Tibetian cuisine and ignore other things served there..At Mcledoganj, it's hard to find a decent place for Indian Food. Although there are some options but sounded expensive to us. So why not try other cuisines, while at Mcleodganj :On India-Mike there is a forum discussion, which shares some of the first-hand experiences in various restaurants around Mcledoganj streets and Bhagsu - http://www.indiamike.com/india/indian-cooking-and-cuisine-f12/mcleodganj-a-food-lovers-paradise-t34348There are some Italian, Chinese and Thai Restaurants with quite popular names. But the special part is - that most of them serve food in Indian style. Which means that you will be Indian ingredients in their servings, which may not see in actual Thai, Italian and Chinese...Mcleodganj is popular place for Foodies and they shouldn't miss this place in case plan to come to this part of Himalayan State. Which means, any foodie coming to Dharmshala, Kangra, Palampur or Baijnath, s/he should come to Mcleodganj for trying different flavors... 
Different parts of India offers different types of food and flavors. At the same time, Mcleodganj town which is in Himachal Pradesh (a State of Northern India) offers completely different kind of food. This Photo Journey is about a different flavor of food which is not same as that of other towns of the state. Let's continue with this Photo Journey from Mcledoganj and know more about flavors of Mcleodganj...

Different parts of India offers different types of food and flavors. At the same time, Mcleodganj town which is in Himachal Pradesh (a State of Northern India) offers completely different kind of food. This Photo Journey is about a different flavor of food which is not same as that of other towns of the state. Let's continue with this Photo Journey from Mcledoganj and know more about flavors of Mcleodganj...Tourists at Mcledoganj comes with varies motives and mainly focused around Budhism. Apart from that many of tourists come here by the name of Mcleodganj, because it has come on Tourist map of India and one of the important tourist destination. I have seen many people going there and they come back with mixed reviews about the place. The basic reason is wrong expectations from this place. But of-course people interested in exploring Tibetian Culture, Budhism or want to learn Yoga/Mediation etc. It's also a good destination for foodies.Recently one of my friend was planning to go to Palampur and asked abouteatables she can find around the place. I had no clue about anything special in Palampur but of-course at Mcleodganj, she can try multiple things from a huge range of restaurants.During our visits, we have tried various restaurants and cafes. There are mixed reviews on food & I am not an expert to comment of food. So we shall try not to mention any specific place for eating or avoiding... Anyways, for light snacks and tea - we loved Coffee-Talk :) . Above photograph is shot at Coffee-Talk only. I loved their herbal tea with honey :)A good range of cuisines can be found in streets of Mcleodganj, but trying flavors of Tibet is one of the must things to do for everyone. There are various restaurants and street-side kiosks to try Tibetian food. These colorful streets serve Tibetan food in pure flavor and some of the restaurants make it indo-tibetian..Interiors of most of these restaurants is quite different from eating places we see in big cities. Some of the restaurants have good range of books on budhism, yoga and Meditation... Music you hear in these streets is also different and soothing most of the time...I don't remember name of this soup kind of stuff but it was something made up of home-made noodles. Although none of us were able to figure out something which looks like noddle :) ... It tastes something healthy, which didn't suite me :) .. Others liked it and I liked some of the tried stuff they servedMost of the eating places in Mcledoganj streets have reasonable rates expect few with fine dining setup. Various items ranging from 70-250 rs are available in most of these places. One tip - If you enter into Tibetian Restaurant, don't dare to order tea during end. Only focus on Tibetian cuisine and ignore other things served there..At Mcledoganj, it's hard to find a decent place for Indian Food. Although there are some options but sounded expensive to us. So why not try other cuisines, while at Mcleodganj :On India-Mike there is a forum discussion, which shares some of the first-hand experiences in various restaurants around Mcledoganj streets and Bhagsu - http://www.indiamike.com/india/indian-cooking-and-cuisine-f12/mcleodganj-a-food-lovers-paradise-t34348There are some Italian, Chinese and Thai Restaurants with quite popular names. But the special part is - that most of them serve food in Indian style. Which means that you will be Indian ingredients in their servings, which may not see in actual Thai, Italian and Chinese...Mcleodganj is popular place for Foodies and they shouldn't miss this place in case plan to come to this part of Himalayan State. Which means, any foodie coming to Dharmshala, Kangra, Palampur or Baijnath, s/he should come to Mcleodganj for trying different flavors...


Tourists at Mcledoganj comes with varies motives and mainly focused around Budhism. Apart from that many of tourists come here by the name of Mcleodganj, because it has come on Tourist map of India and one of the important tourist destination. I have seen many people going there and they come back with mixed reviews about the place. The basic reason is wrong expectations from this place. But of-course people interested in exploring Tibetian Culture, Budhism or want to learn Yoga/Mediation etc. It's also a good destination for foodies.

Different parts of India offers different types of food and flavors. At the same time, Mcleodganj town which is in Himachal Pradesh (a State of Northern India) offers completely different kind of food. This Photo Journey is about a different flavor of food which is not same as that of other towns of the state. Let's continue with this Photo Journey from Mcledoganj and know more about flavors of Mcleodganj...Tourists at Mcledoganj comes with varies motives and mainly focused around Budhism. Apart from that many of tourists come here by the name of Mcleodganj, because it has come on Tourist map of India and one of the important tourist destination. I have seen many people going there and they come back with mixed reviews about the place. The basic reason is wrong expectations from this place. But of-course people interested in exploring Tibetian Culture, Budhism or want to learn Yoga/Mediation etc. It's also a good destination for foodies.Recently one of my friend was planning to go to Palampur and asked abouteatables she can find around the place. I had no clue about anything special in Palampur but of-course at Mcleodganj, she can try multiple things from a huge range of restaurants.During our visits, we have tried various restaurants and cafes. There are mixed reviews on food & I am not an expert to comment of food. So we shall try not to mention any specific place for eating or avoiding... Anyways, for light snacks and tea - we loved Coffee-Talk :) . Above photograph is shot at Coffee-Talk only. I loved their herbal tea with honey :)A good range of cuisines can be found in streets of Mcleodganj, but trying flavors of Tibet is one of the must things to do for everyone. There are various restaurants and street-side kiosks to try Tibetian food. These colorful streets serve Tibetan food in pure flavor and some of the restaurants make it indo-tibetian..Interiors of most of these restaurants is quite different from eating places we see in big cities. Some of the restaurants have good range of books on budhism, yoga and Meditation... Music you hear in these streets is also different and soothing most of the time...I don't remember name of this soup kind of stuff but it was something made up of home-made noodles. Although none of us were able to figure out something which looks like noddle :) ... It tastes something healthy, which didn't suite me :) .. Others liked it and I liked some of the tried stuff they servedMost of the eating places in Mcledoganj streets have reasonable rates expect few with fine dining setup. Various items ranging from 70-250 rs are available in most of these places. One tip - If you enter into Tibetian Restaurant, don't dare to order tea during end. Only focus on Tibetian cuisine and ignore other things served there..At Mcledoganj, it's hard to find a decent place for Indian Food. Although there are some options but sounded expensive to us. So why not try other cuisines, while at Mcleodganj :On India-Mike there is a forum discussion, which shares some of the first-hand experiences in various restaurants around Mcledoganj streets and Bhagsu - http://www.indiamike.com/india/indian-cooking-and-cuisine-f12/mcleodganj-a-food-lovers-paradise-t34348There are some Italian, Chinese and Thai Restaurants with quite popular names. But the special part is - that most of them serve food in Indian style. Which means that you will be Indian ingredients in their servings, which may not see in actual Thai, Italian and Chinese...Mcleodganj is popular place for Foodies and they shouldn't miss this place in case plan to come to this part of Himalayan State. Which means, any foodie coming to Dharmshala, Kangra, Palampur or Baijnath, s/he should come to Mcleodganj for trying different flavors...


Recently one of my friend was planning to go to Palampur and asked about eatables she can find around the place. I had no clue about anything special in Palampur but of-course at Mcleodganj, she can try multiple things from a huge range of restaurants.

Different parts of India offers different types of food and flavors. At the same time, Mcleodganj town which is in Himachal Pradesh (a State of Northern India) offers completely different kind of food. This Photo Journey is about a different flavor of food which is not same as that of other towns of the state. Let's continue with this Photo Journey from Mcledoganj and know more about flavors of Mcleodganj...Tourists at Mcledoganj comes with varies motives and mainly focused around Budhism. Apart from that many of tourists come here by the name of Mcleodganj, because it has come on Tourist map of India and one of the important tourist destination. I have seen many people going there and they come back with mixed reviews about the place. The basic reason is wrong expectations from this place. But of-course people interested in exploring Tibetian Culture, Budhism or want to learn Yoga/Mediation etc. It's also a good destination for foodies.Recently one of my friend was planning to go to Palampur and asked abouteatables she can find around the place. I had no clue about anything special in Palampur but of-course at Mcleodganj, she can try multiple things from a huge range of restaurants.During our visits, we have tried various restaurants and cafes. There are mixed reviews on food & I am not an expert to comment of food. So we shall try not to mention any specific place for eating or avoiding... Anyways, for light snacks and tea - we loved Coffee-Talk :) . Above photograph is shot at Coffee-Talk only. I loved their herbal tea with honey :)A good range of cuisines can be found in streets of Mcleodganj, but trying flavors of Tibet is one of the must things to do for everyone. There are various restaurants and street-side kiosks to try Tibetian food. These colorful streets serve Tibetan food in pure flavor and some of the restaurants make it indo-tibetian..Interiors of most of these restaurants is quite different from eating places we see in big cities. Some of the restaurants have good range of books on budhism, yoga and Meditation... Music you hear in these streets is also different and soothing most of the time...I don't remember name of this soup kind of stuff but it was something made up of home-made noodles. Although none of us were able to figure out something which looks like noddle :) ... It tastes something healthy, which didn't suite me :) .. Others liked it and I liked some of the tried stuff they servedMost of the eating places in Mcledoganj streets have reasonable rates expect few with fine dining setup. Various items ranging from 70-250 rs are available in most of these places. One tip - If you enter into Tibetian Restaurant, don't dare to order tea during end. Only focus on Tibetian cuisine and ignore other things served there..At Mcledoganj, it's hard to find a decent place for Indian Food. Although there are some options but sounded expensive to us. So why not try other cuisines, while at Mcleodganj :On India-Mike there is a forum discussion, which shares some of the first-hand experiences in various restaurants around Mcledoganj streets and Bhagsu - http://www.indiamike.com/india/indian-cooking-and-cuisine-f12/mcleodganj-a-food-lovers-paradise-t34348There are some Italian, Chinese and Thai Restaurants with quite popular names. But the special part is - that most of them serve food in Indian style. Which means that you will be Indian ingredients in their servings, which may not see in actual Thai, Italian and Chinese...Mcleodganj is popular place for Foodies and they shouldn't miss this place in case plan to come to this part of Himalayan State. Which means, any foodie coming to Dharmshala, Kangra, Palampur or Baijnath, s/he should come to Mcleodganj for trying different flavors...


During our visits, we have tried various restaurants and cafes. There are mixed reviews on food & I am not an expert to comment of food. So we shall try not to mention any specific place for eating or avoiding... Anyways, for light snacks and tea - we loved Coffee-Talk :) . Above photograph is shot at Coffee-Talk only. I loved their herbal tea with honey :)

Different parts of India offers different types of food and flavors. At the same time, Mcleodganj town which is in Himachal Pradesh (a State of Northern India) offers completely different kind of food. This Photo Journey is about a different flavor of food which is not same as that of other towns of the state. Let's continue with this Photo Journey from Mcledoganj and know more about flavors of Mcleodganj...Tourists at Mcledoganj comes with varies motives and mainly focused around Budhism. Apart from that many of tourists come here by the name of Mcleodganj, because it has come on Tourist map of India and one of the important tourist destination. I have seen many people going there and they come back with mixed reviews about the place. The basic reason is wrong expectations from this place. But of-course people interested in exploring Tibetian Culture, Budhism or want to learn Yoga/Mediation etc. It's also a good destination for foodies.Recently one of my friend was planning to go to Palampur and asked abouteatables she can find around the place. I had no clue about anything special in Palampur but of-course at Mcleodganj, she can try multiple things from a huge range of restaurants.During our visits, we have tried various restaurants and cafes. There are mixed reviews on food & I am not an expert to comment of food. So we shall try not to mention any specific place for eating or avoiding... Anyways, for light snacks and tea - we loved Coffee-Talk :) . Above photograph is shot at Coffee-Talk only. I loved their herbal tea with honey :)A good range of cuisines can be found in streets of Mcleodganj, but trying flavors of Tibet is one of the must things to do for everyone. There are various restaurants and street-side kiosks to try Tibetian food. These colorful streets serve Tibetan food in pure flavor and some of the restaurants make it indo-tibetian..Interiors of most of these restaurants is quite different from eating places we see in big cities. Some of the restaurants have good range of books on budhism, yoga and Meditation... Music you hear in these streets is also different and soothing most of the time...I don't remember name of this soup kind of stuff but it was something made up of home-made noodles. Although none of us were able to figure out something which looks like noddle :) ... It tastes something healthy, which didn't suite me :) .. Others liked it and I liked some of the tried stuff they servedMost of the eating places in Mcledoganj streets have reasonable rates expect few with fine dining setup. Various items ranging from 70-250 rs are available in most of these places. One tip - If you enter into Tibetian Restaurant, don't dare to order tea during end. Only focus on Tibetian cuisine and ignore other things served there..At Mcledoganj, it's hard to find a decent place for Indian Food. Although there are some options but sounded expensive to us. So why not try other cuisines, while at Mcleodganj :On India-Mike there is a forum discussion, which shares some of the first-hand experiences in various restaurants around Mcledoganj streets and Bhagsu - http://www.indiamike.com/india/indian-cooking-and-cuisine-f12/mcleodganj-a-food-lovers-paradise-t34348There are some Italian, Chinese and Thai Restaurants with quite popular names. But the special part is - that most of them serve food in Indian style. Which means that you will be Indian ingredients in their servings, which may not see in actual Thai, Italian and Chinese...Mcleodganj is popular place for Foodies and they shouldn't miss this place in case plan to come to this part of Himalayan State. Which means, any foodie coming to Dharmshala, Kangra, Palampur or Baijnath, s/he should come to Mcleodganj for trying different flavors...


A good range of cuisines can be found in streets of Mcleodganj, but trying flavors of Tibet is one of the must things to do for everyone. There are various restaurants and street-side kiosks to try Tibetian food. These colorful streets serve Tibetan food in pure flavor and some of the restaurants make it indo-tibetian...

Different parts of India offers different types of food and flavors. At the same time, Mcleodganj town which is in Himachal Pradesh (a State of Northern India) offers completely different kind of food. This Photo Journey is about a different flavor of food which is not same as that of other towns of the state. Let's continue with this Photo Journey from Mcledoganj and know more about flavors of Mcleodganj...Tourists at Mcledoganj comes with varies motives and mainly focused around Budhism. Apart from that many of tourists come here by the name of Mcleodganj, because it has come on Tourist map of India and one of the important tourist destination. I have seen many people going there and they come back with mixed reviews about the place. The basic reason is wrong expectations from this place. But of-course people interested in exploring Tibetian Culture, Budhism or want to learn Yoga/Mediation etc. It's also a good destination for foodies.Recently one of my friend was planning to go to Palampur and asked abouteatables she can find around the place. I had no clue about anything special in Palampur but of-course at Mcleodganj, she can try multiple things from a huge range of restaurants.During our visits, we have tried various restaurants and cafes. There are mixed reviews on food & I am not an expert to comment of food. So we shall try not to mention any specific place for eating or avoiding... Anyways, for light snacks and tea - we loved Coffee-Talk :) . Above photograph is shot at Coffee-Talk only. I loved their herbal tea with honey :)A good range of cuisines can be found in streets of Mcleodganj, but trying flavors of Tibet is one of the must things to do for everyone. There are various restaurants and street-side kiosks to try Tibetian food. These colorful streets serve Tibetan food in pure flavor and some of the restaurants make it indo-tibetian..Interiors of most of these restaurants is quite different from eating places we see in big cities. Some of the restaurants have good range of books on budhism, yoga and Meditation... Music you hear in these streets is also different and soothing most of the time...I don't remember name of this soup kind of stuff but it was something made up of home-made noodles. Although none of us were able to figure out something which looks like noddle :) ... It tastes something healthy, which didn't suite me :) .. Others liked it and I liked some of the tried stuff they servedMost of the eating places in Mcledoganj streets have reasonable rates expect few with fine dining setup. Various items ranging from 70-250 rs are available in most of these places. One tip - If you enter into Tibetian Restaurant, don't dare to order tea during end. Only focus on Tibetian cuisine and ignore other things served there..At Mcledoganj, it's hard to find a decent place for Indian Food. Although there are some options but sounded expensive to us. So why not try other cuisines, while at Mcleodganj :On India-Mike there is a forum discussion, which shares some of the first-hand experiences in various restaurants around Mcledoganj streets and Bhagsu - http://www.indiamike.com/india/indian-cooking-and-cuisine-f12/mcleodganj-a-food-lovers-paradise-t34348There are some Italian, Chinese and Thai Restaurants with quite popular names. But the special part is - that most of them serve food in Indian style. Which means that you will be Indian ingredients in their servings, which may not see in actual Thai, Italian and Chinese...Mcleodganj is popular place for Foodies and they shouldn't miss this place in case plan to come to this part of Himalayan State. Which means, any foodie coming to Dharmshala, Kangra, Palampur or Baijnath, s/he should come to Mcleodganj for trying different flavors...


Interiors of most of these restaurants is quite different from eating places we see in big cities. Some of the restaurants have good range of books on budhism, yoga and Meditation... Music you hear in these streets is also different and soothing most of the time...

Different parts of India offers different types of food and flavors. At the same time, Mcleodganj town which is in Himachal Pradesh (a State of Northern India) offers completely different kind of food. This Photo Journey is about a different flavor of food which is not same as that of other towns of the state. Let's continue with this Photo Journey from Mcledoganj and know more about flavors of Mcleodganj...Tourists at Mcledoganj comes with varies motives and mainly focused around Budhism. Apart from that many of tourists come here by the name of Mcleodganj, because it has come on Tourist map of India and one of the important tourist destination. I have seen many people going there and they come back with mixed reviews about the place. The basic reason is wrong expectations from this place. But of-course people interested in exploring Tibetian Culture, Budhism or want to learn Yoga/Mediation etc. It's also a good destination for foodies.Recently one of my friend was planning to go to Palampur and asked abouteatables she can find around the place. I had no clue about anything special in Palampur but of-course at Mcleodganj, she can try multiple things from a huge range of restaurants.During our visits, we have tried various restaurants and cafes. There are mixed reviews on food & I am not an expert to comment of food. So we shall try not to mention any specific place for eating or avoiding... Anyways, for light snacks and tea - we loved Coffee-Talk :) . Above photograph is shot at Coffee-Talk only. I loved their herbal tea with honey :)A good range of cuisines can be found in streets of Mcleodganj, but trying flavors of Tibet is one of the must things to do for everyone. There are various restaurants and street-side kiosks to try Tibetian food. These colorful streets serve Tibetan food in pure flavor and some of the restaurants make it indo-tibetian..Interiors of most of these restaurants is quite different from eating places we see in big cities. Some of the restaurants have good range of books on budhism, yoga and Meditation... Music you hear in these streets is also different and soothing most of the time...I don't remember name of this soup kind of stuff but it was something made up of home-made noodles. Although none of us were able to figure out something which looks like noddle :) ... It tastes something healthy, which didn't suite me :) .. Others liked it and I liked some of the tried stuff they servedMost of the eating places in Mcledoganj streets have reasonable rates expect few with fine dining setup. Various items ranging from 70-250 rs are available in most of these places. One tip - If you enter into Tibetian Restaurant, don't dare to order tea during end. Only focus on Tibetian cuisine and ignore other things served there..At Mcledoganj, it's hard to find a decent place for Indian Food. Although there are some options but sounded expensive to us. So why not try other cuisines, while at Mcleodganj :On India-Mike there is a forum discussion, which shares some of the first-hand experiences in various restaurants around Mcledoganj streets and Bhagsu - http://www.indiamike.com/india/indian-cooking-and-cuisine-f12/mcleodganj-a-food-lovers-paradise-t34348There are some Italian, Chinese and Thai Restaurants with quite popular names. But the special part is - that most of them serve food in Indian style. Which means that you will be Indian ingredients in their servings, which may not see in actual Thai, Italian and Chinese...Mcleodganj is popular place for Foodies and they shouldn't miss this place in case plan to come to this part of Himalayan State. Which means, any foodie coming to Dharmshala, Kangra, Palampur or Baijnath, s/he should come to Mcleodganj for trying different flavors...


I don't remember name of this soup kind of stuff but it was something made up of home-made noodles. Although none of us were able to figure out something which looks like noddle :) ... It tastes something healthy, which didn't suite me :) .. Others liked it and I liked some of the tried stuff they served.

Different parts of India offers different types of food and flavors. At the same time, Mcleodganj town which is in Himachal Pradesh (a State of Northern India) offers completely different kind of food. This Photo Journey is about a different flavor of food which is not same as that of other towns of the state. Let's continue with this Photo Journey from Mcledoganj and know more about flavors of Mcleodganj...Tourists at Mcledoganj comes with varies motives and mainly focused around Budhism. Apart from that many of tourists come here by the name of Mcleodganj, because it has come on Tourist map of India and one of the important tourist destination. I have seen many people going there and they come back with mixed reviews about the place. The basic reason is wrong expectations from this place. But of-course people interested in exploring Tibetian Culture, Budhism or want to learn Yoga/Mediation etc. It's also a good destination for foodies.Recently one of my friend was planning to go to Palampur and asked abouteatables she can find around the place. I had no clue about anything special in Palampur but of-course at Mcleodganj, she can try multiple things from a huge range of restaurants.During our visits, we have tried various restaurants and cafes. There are mixed reviews on food & I am not an expert to comment of food. So we shall try not to mention any specific place for eating or avoiding... Anyways, for light snacks and tea - we loved Coffee-Talk :) . Above photograph is shot at Coffee-Talk only. I loved their herbal tea with honey :)A good range of cuisines can be found in streets of Mcleodganj, but trying flavors of Tibet is one of the must things to do for everyone. There are various restaurants and street-side kiosks to try Tibetian food. These colorful streets serve Tibetan food in pure flavor and some of the restaurants make it indo-tibetian..Interiors of most of these restaurants is quite different from eating places we see in big cities. Some of the restaurants have good range of books on budhism, yoga and Meditation... Music you hear in these streets is also different and soothing most of the time...I don't remember name of this soup kind of stuff but it was something made up of home-made noodles. Although none of us were able to figure out something which looks like noddle :) ... It tastes something healthy, which didn't suite me :) .. Others liked it and I liked some of the tried stuff they servedMost of the eating places in Mcledoganj streets have reasonable rates expect few with fine dining setup. Various items ranging from 70-250 rs are available in most of these places. One tip - If you enter into Tibetian Restaurant, don't dare to order tea during end. Only focus on Tibetian cuisine and ignore other things served there..At Mcledoganj, it's hard to find a decent place for Indian Food. Although there are some options but sounded expensive to us. So why not try other cuisines, while at Mcleodganj :On India-Mike there is a forum discussion, which shares some of the first-hand experiences in various restaurants around Mcledoganj streets and Bhagsu - http://www.indiamike.com/india/indian-cooking-and-cuisine-f12/mcleodganj-a-food-lovers-paradise-t34348There are some Italian, Chinese and Thai Restaurants with quite popular names. But the special part is - that most of them serve food in Indian style. Which means that you will be Indian ingredients in their servings, which may not see in actual Thai, Italian and Chinese...Mcleodganj is popular place for Foodies and they shouldn't miss this place in case plan to come to this part of Himalayan State. Which means, any foodie coming to Dharmshala, Kangra, Palampur or Baijnath, s/he should come to Mcleodganj for trying different flavors...


Most of the eating places in Mcledoganj streets have reasonable rates expect few with fine dining setup. Various items ranging from 70-250 rs are available in most of these places. One tip - If you enter into Tibetian Restaurant, don't dare to order tea during end. Only focus on Tibetian cuisine and ignore other things served there...

Different parts of India offers different types of food and flavors. At the same time, Mcleodganj town which is in Himachal Pradesh (a State of Northern India) offers completely different kind of food. This Photo Journey is about a different flavor of food which is not same as that of other towns of the state. Let's continue with this Photo Journey from Mcledoganj and know more about flavors of Mcleodganj...Tourists at Mcledoganj comes with varies motives and mainly focused around Budhism. Apart from that many of tourists come here by the name of Mcleodganj, because it has come on Tourist map of India and one of the important tourist destination. I have seen many people going there and they come back with mixed reviews about the place. The basic reason is wrong expectations from this place. But of-course people interested in exploring Tibetian Culture, Budhism or want to learn Yoga/Mediation etc. It's also a good destination for foodies.Recently one of my friend was planning to go to Palampur and asked abouteatables she can find around the place. I had no clue about anything special in Palampur but of-course at Mcleodganj, she can try multiple things from a huge range of restaurants.During our visits, we have tried various restaurants and cafes. There are mixed reviews on food & I am not an expert to comment of food. So we shall try not to mention any specific place for eating or avoiding... Anyways, for light snacks and tea - we loved Coffee-Talk :) . Above photograph is shot at Coffee-Talk only. I loved their herbal tea with honey :)A good range of cuisines can be found in streets of Mcleodganj, but trying flavors of Tibet is one of the must things to do for everyone. There are various restaurants and street-side kiosks to try Tibetian food. These colorful streets serve Tibetan food in pure flavor and some of the restaurants make it indo-tibetian..Interiors of most of these restaurants is quite different from eating places we see in big cities. Some of the restaurants have good range of books on budhism, yoga and Meditation... Music you hear in these streets is also different and soothing most of the time...I don't remember name of this soup kind of stuff but it was something made up of home-made noodles. Although none of us were able to figure out something which looks like noddle :) ... It tastes something healthy, which didn't suite me :) .. Others liked it and I liked some of the tried stuff they servedMost of the eating places in Mcledoganj streets have reasonable rates expect few with fine dining setup. Various items ranging from 70-250 rs are available in most of these places. One tip - If you enter into Tibetian Restaurant, don't dare to order tea during end. Only focus on Tibetian cuisine and ignore other things served there..At Mcledoganj, it's hard to find a decent place for Indian Food. Although there are some options but sounded expensive to us. So why not try other cuisines, while at Mcleodganj :On India-Mike there is a forum discussion, which shares some of the first-hand experiences in various restaurants around Mcledoganj streets and Bhagsu - http://www.indiamike.com/india/indian-cooking-and-cuisine-f12/mcleodganj-a-food-lovers-paradise-t34348There are some Italian, Chinese and Thai Restaurants with quite popular names. But the special part is - that most of them serve food in Indian style. Which means that you will be Indian ingredients in their servings, which may not see in actual Thai, Italian and Chinese...Mcleodganj is popular place for Foodies and they shouldn't miss this place in case plan to come to this part of Himalayan State. Which means, any foodie coming to Dharmshala, Kangra, Palampur or Baijnath, s/he should come to Mcleodganj for trying different flavors...


At Mcledoganj, it's hard to find a decent place for Indian Food. Although there are some options but sounded expensive to us. So why not try other cuisines, while at Mcleodganj :)

Different parts of India offers different types of food and flavors. At the same time, Mcleodganj town which is in Himachal Pradesh (a State of Northern India) offers completely different kind of food. This Photo Journey is about a different flavor of food which is not same as that of other towns of the state. Let's continue with this Photo Journey from Mcledoganj and know more about flavors of Mcleodganj...Tourists at Mcledoganj comes with varies motives and mainly focused around Budhism. Apart from that many of tourists come here by the name of Mcleodganj, because it has come on Tourist map of India and one of the important tourist destination. I have seen many people going there and they come back with mixed reviews about the place. The basic reason is wrong expectations from this place. But of-course people interested in exploring Tibetian Culture, Budhism or want to learn Yoga/Mediation etc. It's also a good destination for foodies.Recently one of my friend was planning to go to Palampur and asked abouteatables she can find around the place. I had no clue about anything special in Palampur but of-course at Mcleodganj, she can try multiple things from a huge range of restaurants.During our visits, we have tried various restaurants and cafes. There are mixed reviews on food & I am not an expert to comment of food. So we shall try not to mention any specific place for eating or avoiding... Anyways, for light snacks and tea - we loved Coffee-Talk :) . Above photograph is shot at Coffee-Talk only. I loved their herbal tea with honey :)A good range of cuisines can be found in streets of Mcleodganj, but trying flavors of Tibet is one of the must things to do for everyone. There are various restaurants and street-side kiosks to try Tibetian food. These colorful streets serve Tibetan food in pure flavor and some of the restaurants make it indo-tibetian..Interiors of most of these restaurants is quite different from eating places we see in big cities. Some of the restaurants have good range of books on budhism, yoga and Meditation... Music you hear in these streets is also different and soothing most of the time...I don't remember name of this soup kind of stuff but it was something made up of home-made noodles. Although none of us were able to figure out something which looks like noddle :) ... It tastes something healthy, which didn't suite me :) .. Others liked it and I liked some of the tried stuff they servedMost of the eating places in Mcledoganj streets have reasonable rates expect few with fine dining setup. Various items ranging from 70-250 rs are available in most of these places. One tip - If you enter into Tibetian Restaurant, don't dare to order tea during end. Only focus on Tibetian cuisine and ignore other things served there..At Mcledoganj, it's hard to find a decent place for Indian Food. Although there are some options but sounded expensive to us. So why not try other cuisines, while at Mcleodganj :On India-Mike there is a forum discussion, which shares some of the first-hand experiences in various restaurants around Mcledoganj streets and Bhagsu - http://www.indiamike.com/india/indian-cooking-and-cuisine-f12/mcleodganj-a-food-lovers-paradise-t34348There are some Italian, Chinese and Thai Restaurants with quite popular names. But the special part is - that most of them serve food in Indian style. Which means that you will be Indian ingredients in their servings, which may not see in actual Thai, Italian and Chinese...Mcleodganj is popular place for Foodies and they shouldn't miss this place in case plan to come to this part of Himalayan State. Which means, any foodie coming to Dharmshala, Kangra, Palampur or Baijnath, s/he should come to Mcleodganj for trying different flavors...


On India-Mike there is a forum discussion, which shares some of the first-hand experiences in various restaurants around Mcledoganj streets and Bhagsu - http://www.indiamike.com/india/indian-cooking-and-cuisine-f12/mcleodganj-a-food-lovers-paradise-t34348/

Different parts of India offers different types of food and flavors. At the same time, Mcleodganj town which is in Himachal Pradesh (a State of Northern India) offers completely different kind of food. This Photo Journey is about a different flavor of food which is not same as that of other towns of the state. Let's continue with this Photo Journey from Mcledoganj and know more about flavors of Mcleodganj...Tourists at Mcledoganj comes with varies motives and mainly focused around Budhism. Apart from that many of tourists come here by the name of Mcleodganj, because it has come on Tourist map of India and one of the important tourist destination. I have seen many people going there and they come back with mixed reviews about the place. The basic reason is wrong expectations from this place. But of-course people interested in exploring Tibetian Culture, Budhism or want to learn Yoga/Mediation etc. It's also a good destination for foodies.Recently one of my friend was planning to go to Palampur and asked abouteatables she can find around the place. I had no clue about anything special in Palampur but of-course at Mcleodganj, she can try multiple things from a huge range of restaurants.During our visits, we have tried various restaurants and cafes. There are mixed reviews on food & I am not an expert to comment of food. So we shall try not to mention any specific place for eating or avoiding... Anyways, for light snacks and tea - we loved Coffee-Talk :) . Above photograph is shot at Coffee-Talk only. I loved their herbal tea with honey :)A good range of cuisines can be found in streets of Mcleodganj, but trying flavors of Tibet is one of the must things to do for everyone. There are various restaurants and street-side kiosks to try Tibetian food. These colorful streets serve Tibetan food in pure flavor and some of the restaurants make it indo-tibetian..Interiors of most of these restaurants is quite different from eating places we see in big cities. Some of the restaurants have good range of books on budhism, yoga and Meditation... Music you hear in these streets is also different and soothing most of the time...I don't remember name of this soup kind of stuff but it was something made up of home-made noodles. Although none of us were able to figure out something which looks like noddle :) ... It tastes something healthy, which didn't suite me :) .. Others liked it and I liked some of the tried stuff they servedMost of the eating places in Mcledoganj streets have reasonable rates expect few with fine dining setup. Various items ranging from 70-250 rs are available in most of these places. One tip - If you enter into Tibetian Restaurant, don't dare to order tea during end. Only focus on Tibetian cuisine and ignore other things served there..At Mcledoganj, it's hard to find a decent place for Indian Food. Although there are some options but sounded expensive to us. So why not try other cuisines, while at Mcleodganj :On India-Mike there is a forum discussion, which shares some of the first-hand experiences in various restaurants around Mcledoganj streets and Bhagsu - http://www.indiamike.com/india/indian-cooking-and-cuisine-f12/mcleodganj-a-food-lovers-paradise-t34348There are some Italian, Chinese and Thai Restaurants with quite popular names. But the special part is - that most of them serve food in Indian style. Which means that you will be Indian ingredients in their servings, which may not see in actual Thai, Italian and Chinese...Mcleodganj is popular place for Foodies and they shouldn't miss this place in case plan to come to this part of Himalayan State. Which means, any foodie coming to Dharmshala, Kangra, Palampur or Baijnath, s/he should come to Mcleodganj for trying different flavors...


There are some Italian, Chinese and Thai Restaurants with quite popular names. But the special part is - that most of them serve food in Indian style. Which means that you will be Indian ingredients in their servings, which may not see in actual Thai, Italian and Chinese...

Different parts of India offers different types of food and flavors. At the same time, Mcleodganj town which is in Himachal Pradesh (a State of Northern India) offers completely different kind of food. This Photo Journey is about a different flavor of food which is not same as that of other towns of the state. Let's continue with this Photo Journey from Mcledoganj and know more about flavors of Mcleodganj...Tourists at Mcledoganj comes with varies motives and mainly focused around Budhism. Apart from that many of tourists come here by the name of Mcleodganj, because it has come on Tourist map of India and one of the important tourist destination. I have seen many people going there and they come back with mixed reviews about the place. The basic reason is wrong expectations from this place. But of-course people interested in exploring Tibetian Culture, Budhism or want to learn Yoga/Mediation etc. It's also a good destination for foodies.Recently one of my friend was planning to go to Palampur and asked abouteatables she can find around the place. I had no clue about anything special in Palampur but of-course at Mcleodganj, she can try multiple things from a huge range of restaurants.During our visits, we have tried various restaurants and cafes. There are mixed reviews on food & I am not an expert to comment of food. So we shall try not to mention any specific place for eating or avoiding... Anyways, for light snacks and tea - we loved Coffee-Talk :) . Above photograph is shot at Coffee-Talk only. I loved their herbal tea with honey :)A good range of cuisines can be found in streets of Mcleodganj, but trying flavors of Tibet is one of the must things to do for everyone. There are various restaurants and street-side kiosks to try Tibetian food. These colorful streets serve Tibetan food in pure flavor and some of the restaurants make it indo-tibetian..Interiors of most of these restaurants is quite different from eating places we see in big cities. Some of the restaurants have good range of books on budhism, yoga and Meditation... Music you hear in these streets is also different and soothing most of the time...I don't remember name of this soup kind of stuff but it was something made up of home-made noodles. Although none of us were able to figure out something which looks like noddle :) ... It tastes something healthy, which didn't suite me :) .. Others liked it and I liked some of the tried stuff they servedMost of the eating places in Mcledoganj streets have reasonable rates expect few with fine dining setup. Various items ranging from 70-250 rs are available in most of these places. One tip - If you enter into Tibetian Restaurant, don't dare to order tea during end. Only focus on Tibetian cuisine and ignore other things served there..At Mcledoganj, it's hard to find a decent place for Indian Food. Although there are some options but sounded expensive to us. So why not try other cuisines, while at Mcleodganj :On India-Mike there is a forum discussion, which shares some of the first-hand experiences in various restaurants around Mcledoganj streets and Bhagsu - http://www.indiamike.com/india/indian-cooking-and-cuisine-f12/mcleodganj-a-food-lovers-paradise-t34348There are some Italian, Chinese and Thai Restaurants with quite popular names. But the special part is - that most of them serve food in Indian style. Which means that you will be Indian ingredients in their servings, which may not see in actual Thai, Italian and Chinese...Mcleodganj is popular place for Foodies and they shouldn't miss this place in case plan to come to this part of Himalayan State. Which means, any foodie coming to Dharmshala, Kangra, Palampur or Baijnath, s/he should come to Mcleodganj for trying different flavors...


Mcleodganj is popular place for Foodies and they shouldn't miss this place in case plan to come to this part of Himalayan State. Which means, any foodie coming to Dharmshala, Kangra, Palampur or Baijnath, s/he should come to Mcleodganj for trying different flavors...

5 comments:

sangeeta said...

Thanks a lot for this post.
I am telling you seriously, all my pictures are going to look like your's :-)

That noodle soup is Thukpa if the noodles are thin and long and Thenthuk if they look like irregular shaped dumplings. I love that soup :-)

Vineeta Yashswi said...

Nice photographic description...

VJ Sharma said...

Thanks Sangeeta and Vineeta !!!

Sangeeta - It was Thenthuk I guess :)

Roopa Pavan said...

Beautiful.....
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Grashima said...

Thats Ogos !!! I have got quite a few fond memories of the place !! :)

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