Low-lit and atmospheric, this perennial favourite is reliable for a whole range of traveller munchies, and often serenaded by a Santana soundtrack.
Pine-framed vistas up the racing Parvati River towards razor-sharp, snow-speckled peaks are at their light-suffused best around two hours before sunset. Views from Kasol bridge are great but 1.5km further east they'…
'Celebrate, Meditate, Liberate' entreats this unexpectedly sophisticated cafe occupying a hard-to-beat panoramic viewpoint on a central knoll in Old Tosh.
The village's central open space is somewhat scrappy but its northern corner retains an age-blackened wooden pavilion with delicately carved columns plus a newly rebuilt wooden temple inlayed with metallic details i…
'The party starts here', declares Kasol's most sophisticated bar, more loungey than raving, with its giant-screen TV cycling pop videos, and an extensive yard-terrace with pool table.
The 1940 Sri Guru Nanak Ji Gurdwara looms over the north bank of the Parvati River. It's entered either by a dark, semi-underground passage from the street or by footbridge from a parking area across the river. The …
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).
Next door to the large gurdwara is a Shiva temple where devotees whisper prayers into the ears of an elegant Nandi bull (Shiva's vehicle).
Just metres west of the central bridge, Moon Dance offers baked goods, strong coffee, waffles, crêpes and plenty more.