Our multi-cuisine restaurants offer varieties of traditional and western food to satisfy your soul and taste buds. Experience a luxury dining environment with picture-perfect lighting and rustic interiors.
Bring your non-vegetarian friend to the Himalayan village and introduce them to our exotic veg menu. Let them know there is so much more than paneer and mushroom! Explore our food menus and enjoy innovative delicacies with a serene mountain view.
Big green pine trees surround the Himalayan village in the lap of blue mountains, a perfectly natural blend to sit, relax, and enjoy life. Our restaurants are located near the lake for you to enjoy a delicious meal with the best view. We have a wide range of food options in veg and non-veg to let the foodie inside you live happily.
A “must try” food list of The Himalayan Village recommended by our chef and regular guests. Whenever you visit me, I advise you not to miss the famous Himachal thali and western dishes with Himachali touch. Our fusion food denotes the mixing of Himachali culture with western living.
Coffee kicks you to start your day in chilling winters. I believe in relaxing the mind with an active body, and our special freshly brewed coffee gives you a fresh start in the morning. We beat the coffee until its thick enough to absorb all your laziness and fill you up vigorously. Are you thinking of asking your date out for a coffee? Enjoy a soothing, brewed hot coffee cup with a natural scenic view and your loved ones only with me, the Himalayan village.
Your trip to Himachal Pradesh is never completed without trying famous Himachali food! I mean, c’mon, who doesn’t love food! And when it’s an authentic Himachali thali that lets you dive into the culture of a new place, what could be better than that? Try our authentic Himachali thali enrich with spice aromas, rich taste, and love from us, The Pahari people!
A perfect snack to relish on a chilling evening and rejoice scenic charm around you. Patroras are made of Arabi leaves cost with besan with spicy herbs, mixed, rolled, and steamed enough to let the flavours infuse in Patroras. Once ready, we serve a hot plate of Patroras with piquant chutney and ghee.
Siddu is made of special fermented dough filled with poppy seeds and various fillings to satisfy your tastebuds. Siddu isn’t just made in few minutes; it takes at least 2-3 hours to prepare the most loved Himachal dish. Start your day with a hot plate of Siddu with ghee and daal with delicious chutney.