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These 4 Places Must be on Every Foodie's List For The McLeodganj Foodtrail

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Mcloedganj is a foodie’s paradise as it has so many good eateries to offer and a variety of cuisines, such that one cannot possibly have it all. The place has everything Indian food, pizzas, Tibetan food, Italian food and what not. Everyone should go on a food trail in Mcloedganj at least once and satisfy their taste buds.

These 4 Places Must be on Every Foodie's List For The McLeodganj Foodtrail:

  1. McLeodganj (Himachal Pradesh)

Day 1. The Clay Oven is a quiet little café

The Clay Oven is a quiet little café
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Located just 100m from Mall Square on the Dharamkot Road, this place is a hidden treasure with down to earth staff and very relaxed seating. They serve the best thukpa in town.The serving was more than generous, the taste was spot on and didn't need anything else to make it better. They also serve king size breakfast, cheese omelet, peach tea, Oreo shake, and Tibetan bread with peanut butter on the table.

Day 2. Carpediem serves the best pizza

Carpediem serves the best pizza
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The setting is very relaxed at Carpediem and people from different countries and backgrounds were sitting and enjoying. The French fries is a big hit at this place. Dropped in here and had pizza and thukpa. The thukpa was not that good as the one at Clay Oven, but the pizza was simply the best. The yummy taste still linger in my mouth.

Day 3. There is a line waiting outside Tibet Kitchen every single time

There is a line waiting outside Tibet Kitchen every single time
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That constant line bears testimony that how good the taste of the food is at the Tibet Kitchen. Thentuk is flat noodles served in a soup like dish like thukpa. Tibetan cuisine is incomplete without momos. The filling was very good but it was a bit spicy. The Hakka noodles were good and tasty and with just the right amount of spices. Fruit Beer and Peach Beer were something which went very well along with the food.

Day 4. Street food here has it's multitude

Street food here has it's multitude
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Any food trail is incomplete without exploring the street food options and McLeodganj has a lot to offer. Be it bread omelet, Maggi or momos, this place has it all. One should also try the cakes and pastries from the bakeries which are in abundance.


This article is written by Arnav Mathur:


Arnav, is a civil engineer by profession and a hardcore foodie and a travel aficionado at heart. Being an ARMY brat by birth, traveling and socializing is in his DNA. His belief is: “Go to a new place every month or two to explore, relax and live life to the fullest.”

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