I am planning for mussoorie visit next. Please help me providing the writers bar menu. It looks awesome, want to visit the bar.
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Exudes old world charm. Chesterfield sofas , wood panelling wooden floor. Too bright though and more ambient, defused , warmer lighting would add to the feel of the bar. Expensive as expected but there should be a dress code and children not allowed policy.
We went there during our stay in hotel fortune grace It feels like you are back in the city life when you are in there
Belongs to the Fortune Savoy. We enjoyed a quiet family time amid the splendour of a well stocked bar and bartender who knew his job. Actually the hotel trains their staff well and that is such a wecome change. They have kept tradition alive. Also...More
Beautiful bar but heavy on the pocket, i.e. one 50ml of Glenlivet was for rs.1200 or so. So one can basically go in an order a cocktail or few for the experience.
The Bar in the Savoy Hotel recreates the imperial magic with old style tables and chairs, a good selection of books, wood ceiling and beautiful chandeliers.
If you are in Mussoorie you have to visit this bar. This place has serious history and you can feel it straight away you enter the place
Royal is the word I would use - Its an experience visiting this bar. As a non alcohol drinker, I had nothing to drink, but still loved the place for its history, for the way its made and maintained - Do visit and spend some...More
Just visited the writer's bar. The place really took you back to the colonial times we ordered for kebab platter and few drinks. Overall a delightful experience will definitely visit it again
This nostradamus the writers bar is the excellent place of drinkers in mussoorie, near library chowk, this restaurant is in the hotel savoy, there is a place in savoy where first time beer was served in india during britishers.