A number of backpackers visit this small hamlet in Himachal Pradesh, drawn by its untouched beauty and scenic nature, surrounded by views of the soaring Himalayas. Kasol, this hamlet, is home to a significant Israeli population, so much so that it is often referred to as mini-Israel or mini-Tel Aviv. So naturally, this influence as well as the presence of numerous foreigners means that despite being a small village near Bhuntar, Kasol is also known for some interesting Jewish food.
Most restaurants in Kasol are small, cosy cafés, offering delicious food and sweeping views of the mountains in the distance. Also, considering the large Israeli population, don’t be surprised to see some of the names of restaurants written in Hebrew as well. The food in Kasol is priced much lesser than what you would expect to eat in bigger cities. It is a great place to indulge and enjoy what the best restaurants in Kasol have to offer. Here are some of the well-known places to eat in Kasol.
Some of the best food in Kasol can be found in Café Evergreen, a great place to unwind and enjoy continental and Chinese food. Their momos and hummus are fantastic.
This is one of the restaurants in Kasol that is really well-known, especially for adjacent German Bakery which serves delicious baked goods while the café is also popular for its breakfast platters.
For Indian food served in a moody, almost psychedelic ambience, head over to Bhoj Café which is quite popular with the young crowd.