Kasol, a hill station located in Northern part of India serves North India cuisine in many eating joints. However, being a hub of a large number of Israelis, this remote area with its jazzy cafes and liquor vends blends the Indian and non-Indian culture with perfection. Shakshouka is one of the mouthwatering dishes of the place consisting of poached eggs dipped in tangy tomato curry served with hummus and pita bread.
Near the bridge is Shambhu Momo Stall which undoubtedly serves the most delicious momos in the valley. You need to try his fried momos.
Brunch, Lunch, Dinner
INR 100- 300 for two
Despite the dark atmosphere inside the restaurant, the great food, funky music and swanky furniture makes this place a popular hangout point for the younger crowd.
Manikaran Marg, Kasol, India
The hanging lamps make for the perfect light source here on your table. It's a good place to chill. The coffee here is a must try.
Chalal vill, Near Kasol
If you want to try freshwater fish, this is the right place. Delicious routs from Parvathi nearby are served here. The caf is run by a German guy Hristo who has his own style when it comes to serving good food.
Indian, Chinese, Continental, Israeli
A cafe cum restaurant, it accommodates indoor as well as outdoor sitting. Filled with an essence of Bollywood, this restaurant is famous for its Spanish and Israeli cuisine. Its pancakes and omelets are must try.
Parvati valley, Manikaran Marg, Kasol, Himachal Pradesh-175105, India