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Top Choice Multicuisine in Kasol


A perennial favourite for pizza, lasagne, homemade tofu, Turkish kebabs, lamb and chicken dishes and good Israeli specials – the chicken sipoodim (barbecue), served with chips and hummus, is an excellent meal. You c…
Sikh Temple in Manikaran

Sri Guru Nanak Ji Gurdwara

The Sri Guru Nanak Ji Gurdwara, built in 1940, 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 …
Hindu Temple in Manikaran

Shiva Temple

Next door to the large Sikh gurdwara is a Shiva temple where the rice for the gurdwara's eating hall cooks inside big pots in pools of boiling hot-spring water, and devotees whisper prayers into the ears of an elega…
Multicuisine in Kasol

Moon Dance Café & German Bakery

Moon Dance, just west of the bridge, stands tall among the numerous traveller restaurants for its great baked goods, strong coffee, baguettes, waffles, crêpes, shakes, juices and good-value breakfasts (₹200 to ₹300)…
Italian in Kasol

Little Italy

Bright, clean and airy, Little Italy does better-than-average pizza and pasta, and serves beer, liquor, cocktails and mocktails too. On the main road in Old Kasol.
Hindu Temple in Manikaran

Naina Bhagwati Temple

An ornate wood-and-stone temple dedicated to one of the characters in the Manikaran legend. Stands on the traffic-free esplanade east of the gurdwara.
Hindu Temple in Manikaran

Raghunath Mandir

Recently restored in concrete but with a wooden porch, this sikhara-type temple stands on the esplanade east of the gurdwara.
Continental in Jari

Devlok Cafe

A tiny pathside place serving breakfasts, pasta, egg dishes, salads and Israeli fare.