Shimla Restaurants

This page gives you information about Shimla restaurants that are famous for serving varieties of delicious cuisines to their guests. Most of the Shimla restaurants are renowned for serving typical Himachali food that a tourist should opt for to tantalize their taste buds.

A favorite and most loved food item is 'Luchi-Poti' made with lamb intestines is a good item for non vegetarian food lovers. The 'Momos' of Shimla are another hot item served in restaurants.

Shimla ia a city, that is visited by numerous international tourists, so the restaurants in Shimla is said to offer a variety of mouth watering cuisines to its guests. The pasta in popular restaurants of Shimla is served with variety of sauces and delight the food eaters.

One can get a wide range of regional as well as international dishes prepared with perfection by some of the renowned chefs in the restaurants of Shimla.

Almost all the restaurants in Shimla are offer cheap and comfortable atmosphere with quality multi-cuisine food. But the menus of local cuisine are surprisingly limited. Here is a list of some of the renowned restaurants of Shimla.

  • Seventh Heaven
    Hotel Combermere, The Mall,
    Ph No:: 0177 251246 - 48 / 252242 / 252243 / 252246 / 252248
  • The Lutyen'S Room
    Springfields, Opposite Tibetan School,
    Chotta Shimla
    Ph No:: 0177 221297 / 221298
  • Bhasoli Restaurant
    Kufri Holiday Resort, Kufri Village, Kufri
    Ph No:: 0177 480341 / 480342 / 480343
  • Baljees Restaurant
    26, The Mall,
    Ph No:: 0177 258926 / 252313
  • Silver Oak Restaurant
    Circular Road, Shimla
    Ph No:: 0177 257588 / 257589
  • The Devicos Restaurant
    5, The Mall Road,
    Ph No:: 0177 206335 / 208261
  • Cecil, Chaura Maidan,
    Ph No: 91 177 280-4848

Last Updated on : 4/10/2012

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