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Lovely Omelette Centre, Mussoorie

"Uncle, zyaada spicy mat banao!"
(Uncle, don't make it too spicy!)

Located on the Mall Road in Mussoorie, this tiny hole-in-the-wall place with a seating capacity of about six, serves wonderful omelettes, perfect following a long walk. The speciality of the place is that the owner is on first name terms with the kids who frequent the place. And apparently he serves only children during their break times (No adults allowed!). We had a masala omelette and another one with extra cheese, both were quite good! Plus the kids around added to the fun- they didn't mind involving us in their conversation at all. A must-visit if in Mussoorie anytime.

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  1. Thank you for the reccomendation!

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  2. Will surely try this out when I make a trip to Mussoorie. Thanks for sharing!

    Cheers, Arun - mytravelpedia.net

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  3. Am a sucker for such places..where good food is happening and so is life.

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    1. Same here. Which is why we dig out such places everywhere we go.

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