5 Picturesque Cafes In Manali Surrounded By Snow-Capped Mountains

by Vinita Jain
by Vinita Jain 160

Manali is the ultimate spot for vacations. This heavenly town is located at the northern end of the Kullu Valley. It is basically wrapped inside snow-capped mountains, Beas Valley, peace, and tranquility. Manali is famous for paragliding which happens 2050 meters above sea level. In this extreme climate, everyone craves a cozy corner and some red-hot meals and these cafes in Manali offers just that to you.

1. Café 1947

Café 1947 lies on the way to Solang Valley. The name of the café refers to freedom. It is a quaint, scenic, cozy café in Old Manali that serves an eye-appealing view. On weekends they even have a live music setup that adds to the vibe. This café serves scrumptious cuisines and while having that you can have some soulful conversations with your partner. They have an ample number of options on the menu like Italian, Indian, veg, non-veg, desserts, mocktails, and cocktails.

 

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2. The Jhonson’s Café

If you are visiting Manali in the winter, do visit Jhonson’s Café because this café turns into a magical snow land. The hospitality is commendable. Jhonson’s Café has an alfresco seating, one can relish the view as well as their divine European cuisines. Although it is slightly on the expensive side.

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3. Green Forest Café

Green forest café is near Hadimba Temple. Having piping hot momos with fiery chutney in such ice-cold weather is a delight. Green forest café is a pure veg café and it also serves Thukpa, Parathas, Noodles, Pizzas, and Tea.

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4. Café Amigos

Amigos is apparently a very popular café in Manali. It also serves savory dishes but it is known for its bakery. Amigos serves delicious desserts and coffee. The Coffee over here is one of the best ones you’ll ever have in Manali.

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Also read: Secret Trails Of Manali Only Locals Know & You Should Too!

5. Siddu On Mall Road (Fauji Tea Stall)

It is mandatory to try a regional dish in every city you go to. Manali’s regional cuisine is Siddu which is the most loved local dish over here. You can actually get the best Siddu on Mall Road, there are local vendors who sell this mouthwatering dish. But to be precise there’s a tea stall named Fauji on Mall road which serves this regional delicacy.

It is made from wheat flour which is kneaded with yeast 2 hours prior only. It has a filling of green peas, walnuts, paneer, dal, peanuts, ghee, and green chutney.

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