Located at 5 of the Leisure Hotels Group’s resorts across the states of Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh, the new restaurants specialise in authentic Himalayan cuisine.
Leisure Hotels Group, an experiential hospitality chain with 26 properties, including business hotels, boutique resorts, bespoke villas and luxury camps, across four Indian states, has launched a new ‘Distinguished Dining Experiences’. At five of its resorts in Nainital, Corbett National Park, Rishikesh, Haridwar and Dharamsala, the group has launched destination restaurants with a special focus on authentic Himalayan cuisine.
Vibhas Prasad, Director, Leisure Hotels Group said, “Our food experience has always been our forte. It is one of the reasons why our guests visit our properties time and again. Our dining experiences are specially curated by our Chefs with emphasis on local fare and are indigenous to their locations to be able to offer our guests authentic flavours, not to mention varied International flavours which are already offered.”
Here’s a look at the Leisure Hotels Group’s 5 new restaurants.
The Walnut Café
Located at The Naini Retreat, a Colonial heritage property in Nainital, the alfresco eatery is on a suspended wooden deck under a 150-year-old walnut tree and with sweeping views of Naini Lake and the town. The signature Himalayan menu has on offer gourmet experiences with cuisine ranging from the Northwestern Frontier all the way to Myanmar.
The Kosi Deck
At The Riverview Retreat in Corbett National Park, on the banks of the Kosi River, the alfresco eatery has lovely views of the river along with authentic regional cuisine, street food from across the world as well as a live kitchen.
The Travel Diaries Café
This rooftop restaurant at The Hideaway Bedzzz in Rishikesh doesn’t just offer Indian, Mediterranean and Himalayan fare but also has gorgeous views of the Gangetic river valley.
On the terrace of Ganga Lahari at Har-ki-Pauri in Haridwar, this restaurant offers unmatched views of the Ganges flowing by. The menu pays tribute to rivers and offers up cuisine from regions on the banks of the mighty river system, right from its origins in the Himalayas to its confluence in the Bay of Bengal.
With amazing views of the Dhauladhar Range, this restaurant in the 200-year-old Colonial property Adivaha at Dharamsala has an ambience befitting its name. On the menu are authentic Himalayan cuisine along with international fare as well.