This lovely Victorian theatre, opened in 1877 and now splendidly restored, has long been a focus of Shimla social life. Rudyard Kipling,...
At the centre of things beside Scandal Point, it dates from 1910 and is oddly reminiscent of the mansion in Hammer Horror films.
This very English church, opened in 1846, dominates the Ridge and is the oldest surviving church in northern India. Its creamy-lemon...
The neon and marble decor is straight out of the 1980s, but Himani’s is a decent place for a casual drink or meals (mains ₹125 to ₹215)...
Found down below Ashiana, Goofa is a slightly cheaper subterranean restaurant and bar serving Indian and other Asian dishes.
In a fanciful circular building, Ashiana is an almost-elegant restaurant and good people-watching spot, with a delightful sunny terrace. As well as tasty Indian dishes there are Chinese and a few Thai favourites. In Ashiana’s basement, Goofa serves most of the same dishes, from the same kitchen, for about ₹20 less – but without the views.