hey guys today i am showing you a video of tasty omelette in masoori . seen every places in masoori… lovely omlette center is famous in masoori. you can’t miss this spot. More so because while you stroll down Mall Road on a chilly day, the aroma of freshly made eggs is bound to tempt you. The omelettes are available in various flavours – masala, cheese, chocolate and it is interesting to watch the two maestros skilfully dish out the never ending orders of omelettes on their prized pans….
The most interesting food & places in masoori Stepping away from the crowd, trekking to the George Everest Peak was like a limitless day of adventure. Shivering slightly in the crisp monsoon air we pit stopped at small shacks to refuel. Onion pakoras simmering in hot oil, French toast, steamed momos and a soothing cup of tea gave us the much needed warmth. A true beauty of nature, we ventured through greens, woods and clouds.The walk through Camel’s back road and up to Sister’s Bazaar is a quiet one. Once there, make your way to Prakash Stores and get a block of cheese back home. This store has been around forever and is known for its home-made products – from yak cheese to chutneys, pickles and fresh fruit jams. While you’re at it, stroll through to reach Lal Tibba, the highest point in Mussoorie. On a bright, clear day it gives an unobstructed view of the beautiful range of snowcapped Himalayas which staggers the imagination.If you’re a lover of landscapes visit the Gun Hill (the second highest peak in Mussoorie), Kempty and Bhatta Falls and the Mussoorie Lake. Head to the Tibetan Buddhist Temple in Happy Valley or St. Paul’s Church in Landour for a sense of solace.
With so many places to be at, deciding how to fit it all in our quick weekend getaway was overwhelming. Lucky for you, here’s a bucket list of those that you must hit first.
you must go there and eat. its very tasty its my personal experience awesome weather and yummy food . there are the famous mall road makes the hills come alive.learn more