Naivedyam - Restaurant
“My general rule is that if everyone knew how to cook fresh produce from their local area, and Monday to Thursday within 20 minutes, you know, there’s millions of recipes out there to be had.”
We have to totally agree with Jamie Oliver on this one.
There is something about the mountain air they say, it builds up an appetite and when one is at Larisa Resort, Manali only ‘Naivedyam’, can satiate that so-called 'appetite' through its multi-cuisine menu. ‘Naivedyam’ is popular for its local Kullu cuisine too which is prepared with the freshly plucked organic vegetables and fruits from our garden. Authentic Kullu food is a treat - and we are sure you will want to devour the same while you are here with us. In addition, for those who do not like to experiment much with their taste buds, varied lists of Continental and Chinese cuisines have also been listed on our restaurant menu. Moreover, the entire menu is on our chef’s fingertips.
Served in a spectacular setting with the tables by the pool offering a mesmerizing view of the mountains and orchards, we make dining a unique experience for our guests. If the Barbeque were lit on demand, be rest assured, the smell of every sizzle on the grill would make you drool in anticipation. One of the best restaurants in Manali, Naveidyam's excellent service and unmatched quality makes it special. Furthermore, it is clearly reflected in our custom of ‘Bon Appetit’ that distinguishes us from the others and quite substantially!
Madhushala - Bar
Kullu is known for its tea preparations but cold Himalayan winds often demand something more potent. And there is no better place to seek it than the charming, 'Madhushala', a white-bricked bar at Larisa Resort, Manali. With walls accompanied by warm teak-wood panels, and plush-velvety armchairs by the window, you are definitely in for a cathartic embrace of a warming drink on a cold day. Hot Toddies and Whisky Sours are served alongside Cosmopolitans and many a glass raised to the beauty of the Himalayas. Such ambience and who would not want to keep their toast short and on point?