Manikaran does not have too many options for food. One can eat at the lungars organized by the temples and the gurudwaras in the area. The food in lungars is delicious as well as hygienic. It might also be convenient to carry your own food or make some personal arrangements.
Himachali cuisine is very simple as it mainly revolves around Chapati, dals, vegetable gravy and curd. Pickles are typically served along with a meal in most of the eating joints here.
Holy Palace Restaurant
8 AM - 10 PM
INR 250-300 For Two for two
A very affordable restaurant in the middle of the bazaar, it attracts a mix of the local and tourist population, making it slightly crowded. Has the usual North and South Indian fare.
Manikaran Marg, Manikaran, India
Jim Morrison Cafe
With the gushing Parvati for company, come to the Jim Morrison Caf? to enjoy vegetarian dishes ranging from Chinese to Himalayan to fast food.
Opp Sandhya Hotel,Manikaran Rd,Sosan, Himachal Pradesh,175105