as always, ICH has the best South Indian.Butter dosa is a delight. very nice location. just on teh mall road.total value for money restaurant.Talk to the waiters, it helps.
I visited this place in mid Aug after having not so good experiences with quality of food at other restaurants. While strolling down the Mall Road I came across this place. So here are my tips- The place is generally full but the service is quick and prompt. So even if you have to wait out, it shouldnt take long... More
you have waiters dressed as british-ers ones broinging you teh food. the place has yummy french toasts and coffee. the service is pathetic but who cares when the place is a melting pot of cultures.
I visit Shimla regularly on work. While I don't care much about the town or its Mall, as it has become now, this is one place I try not to miss. The waiters in uniform (sometimes grumpy though), posters from the 60's and 70's, aroma of fresh coffee and sambar (in Shimla!), good & cheap food, lots of people, chatting... More
We came for breakfast and really liked it. We had a special dosa and coffee. It is a little piece of history and full of lots of old men who are lovely to talk to. We liked it so much we returned the next day. Forget the new coffee shop chains and head to this place- the old ones are... More
Walking into a Indian Coffee house outlet is always a pleasure as it has a historic flavour besides the flavour of coffee. This more than 50 years old restaurant is the rendezvous place of Shimla. About ICH it is said to hat if you cannot locate an old friend on facebook then the best place to find them is to... More
Stepping into the Indian Coffee House is like taking a step back in time to the days of the Raj, or early independence. Take away the GoreTex wearing tourists and you find yourself surrounded by old men, smoking strange pipes and tobacco, sipping their chai and chatting the final days away. The food menu offer some tasty Indian treats and... More
This place is just as described in the guide books. Go and have great food, drink coffee and watch the Shimla pensioners come in to meet their mates, sip a drink and put everything right in the world. The dosas are excellent and make a very cheap but delicious meal. Try the egg dosa for breakfast or the mutton for... More
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