Kullu fosters much of traditional and local delicacies as well as serves popular cuisines for its many visitors, being a popular tourist destination. Hence the restaurants here serve Indian, Chinese and Continental food. Himachali cuisine is very simple in structure, but does have some unique delicacies, that are almost exclusive to the area. A staple meal will consist of Chapati, dals, vegetable gravy and curd, though the varied geography of the state does bring in a few alterations. Pickles are typically served along with a meal in most of the eating joints here.
In Kullu, you can find local food like Bhature, Patrodu, Vada, Sattu, Kodra Roti, Jatu (Red rice) and more. Along with this one can also relish some locally made wines known as Lugri and Chakti prepared fro red rice and barley. You can also find some Tibetan foods here. Another specialty are the fruits in this area. Himachal is known for some of the freshest and finest variety of fruits.
INR 400 for two
Mouth watering North Indian dishes with a simple ambience is its style. A 'not-so-expensive' place to stop and get your batteries recharged.
Akhara Bazar, Kullu
Chinda ka Dhaba
INR 300 for two
Homely food with lively ambience, this place offers delicious North Indian food. It is highly popular among localities as well as backpackers.
Main Road Akhara Bazar, opp. aarya samaj Street, Kullu, India