Boasting a spacious and elegant ambience, OSM is a proper restaurant cum lounge specialising in north Indian, continental and Chinese cuisine. The staff are well-spoken and friendly. Alcohol is served, and it is one of the few restaurants in Gangtok which stay open beyond 10 PM.
Specialising in Sikkimese, Tibetan and Nepalese cuisine Nimtho is a popular restaurant which tourists frequent in Gangtok. Be sure to try the Sisnu Ko Jhol and Nakimo Ka Torkari. The interior is very warmly lit and the decor includes mock traditional sikkimese earthernware and stove.
An alcohol friendly cafeteria at Vishal Gaon, Coffee Shop is frequented by young localities looking to gorge on their scrumptious breakfasts, continental and American dishes. Red and white wine along with ice-cold beers are available too.
Mu Kimichi restaurant is an amazing place to hang out with your friends and family. The restaurant is famous for its authentic Korean Food. It costs up to INR 600 for two people.
Considered to be one of the best restaurants in Gangtok, Dragon Wok offers good ambience. Costing up to INR 700 for two people, the place also provides veg delicacies.
Situated on MG road, Local Cafe is a small, vegetarian-friendly cafe. This Quaint little cafe serves a variety of cupcakes, pizzas, and other delicacies.
Offering a variety of flavours, the cosy restaurant is famous for traditional Nepali cuisines. Cost for 2 people at this place is INR 300.
Situated in MG Marg, Roll House is a classic option for dining at Gangtok. One can find rolls, momos and other cuisines at best prices. The place has both veg and non-veg options.
A chic and elegant contemporary eatery, Cafe Royale is known for serving rich and creamy coffee to go along with their hearty sweet eats like peanut butter cheesecake and apple pie. Their menu also includes a short of range of indulgent grubs such as pulled pork burgers, BBQ ribs and in-house sausages with salsa.