Low-lit and atmospheric, this perennial favourite is reliable for a whole range of traveller munchies, and often serenaded by a Santana soundtrack.
'Celebrate, Meditate, Liberate' entreats this unexpectedly sophisticated cafe occupying a hard-to-beat panoramic viewpoint on a central knoll in Old Tosh.
This very special place occupies a tiny, antique hay barn with splendid views from its equally tiny front terrace at the top of the Kalga to Pulga stairway-path.
With balcony views staring straight up the Parvati Valley from the base of Chowki Village, this hotel offers the best range of food and dining comfort along the Molana road.
Bright and airy if somewhat lacking atmosphere, Little Italy offers a full multicuisine menu but is most popular as a place for wood-oven pizzas washed down with beer (from ₹250) or cocktails (₹350).
Just metres west of the central bridge, Moon Dance offers baked goods, strong coffee, waffles, crêpes and plenty more.