This HPTDC-run snack house is worth a visit for its icy-cold beers (₹150) and excellent river views as well as for its Indian and Chinese veg food – including dosas and bargain thalis (₹125 to ₹175).
The extensive menu at this almost-stylish place stretches to Chinese dishes, burgers and pizza, though Indian is easily the best choice, and the combo meals (₹250 to ₹300) are a very good option.
Tasty chicken tandoori or chicken curry, cooked in front of your nose, go down very well with chapatis and chutney at this friendly street-food stand on the back side of the Museum Rd shops.
One of Chamba's better eateries, doing a fairly plain menu competently; it offers a few tasty local specialities, including chasnidar (sweet-and-sour dried fruit).
The restaurant here serves good multicuisine meals in a charming setting.
It’s nothing flash but the uniformed waiters at this upstairs restaurant serve up the tasty chamba madhra (kidney beans with curd and ghee) for ₹110, plus a good selection of veg curries and chicken dishes.