Landour, the quaint Christmassy town atop Mussoorie, is rich in heritage, food and history.  Whether its from its well-known inhabitants (author Ruskin Bond and film director Vishal Bharadwaj), British cantonment identity, American missionary history or the recent crop of restaurants inspired by the hill station’s past, Landour is truly a revelation. 

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Pizza and posters at Clock Tower Cafe
Pizza and posters at Clock Tower Cafe
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A Tibetan spread complete with Shafalays (fried dumplings stuffed with meat) Doma's Inn Restaurant
A Tibetan spread complete with Shafalays (fried dumplings stuffed with meat) Doma's Inn Restaurant


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Roasted and stuffed jacket potatoes at Emily's in Rokeby Manor
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Freshly baked pizza at Jaypee Residency Manor, Mussoorie
Freshly baked pizza at Jaypee Residency Manor, Mussoorie
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A scrumptious spread of fast food at Little Llama Cafe
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Landour Bakehouse pays homage to Victorian era bakeries
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Hill favourites at Tip Top tea shop in Char Dukan
Hill favourites at Tip Top tea shop in Char Dukan