Indian - Most of the larger hotels and restaurants are 'multi cuisine' ones and offer a varied menu. Among others, Hotel McLlo,Green Hotel, Hotel Bhagsu, Malabar Restaurant and Taste of India serve North Indian food. An unusual item on offer in some of the eating places are cooking classes which you can join for a day or week.
Chinese - Chinese food is available at most of the larger restaurants including Hotel Mc Lo and Hotel Bhagsu.
European/Continental - Continental, European dishes are available at most places. Some good eating places are - Carpe Diem, Jimmyâs Italian Restaurant, Nickâs Italian Kitchen, Hotel Mc Llo, Hotel Bhagsu, JJâs Café, Le Vrai Café, Lhamo's Croissant, Pema Thangâs Guest House, Snow Lion Restaurant and Sunset Café. If you would care to, join the cooking classes that are on offer at some of these places; the 'course' could be anything from a few hours to a week or so.
Regional Specialty - While McLeodganj's multi-cultural mix has enabled many of the larger establishments of offer a variety of food, some small cafes (nulloften with no more than half a dozen little tables and basic furniture) offer speciality foods like Tibetan momos (nullsteamed or fried dumplings stuffed with meat or vegetables) and French confectionery. Roadside vendors can be seen selling soupsticks, banana cake or doughnuts. At least half a dozen guesthouses and cafes offer cooking courses too. Some speciality places are - Lung-Ta (nullJapanese food), Hotel Tibet (null Tibetan food),Momo Café (nullSpecialises in Momoâs, Tibetan dumplings), Om Hotel (null Tibetan food), Rewa Café (null Tibetan food), Himalaya Restaurant (null Tibetan food) and Hotel Bhagsu (nullKangri food).