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Our traditional kitchen is a sight to behold with its walls adorned with antique wooden shelf, bedecked with rows of traditional brass pots, utensils and cutleries of all size and shapes. The embellished traditional stove (Solthap) in the middle with a chimney that runs horizontally through the roof is the hearth of the family. Watch as authentic Ladakhi cuisines are cooked here.

We go a step further in our commitment to natural ways of life.

We serve wholesome, organic, Ladakhi, Indian, Tibetan, and Continental vegetarian food from our traditional Ladakhi kitchen. Our home-made apricot jam, walnuts, fresh fruits and vegetables are from our gardens & orchards, nurtured by freshwater spring frolicking all through our hotel property.

Some of our mouth-watering, mildly-spiced, local dishes include Chu-Tagi, Skew, Thukpa, Khambhir, Pulao, Paratha, Ladakhi chai or Kahwah tea and Chang or local wine made of barley.

Namra owned the first bar in the region when there were none so you can expect the best chang in the region here. We also serve arrays of tea and beverages from our collection of highly embellished 19th-century teapots, made of brass, copper and gold & silver gilt.

Guests can enjoy their meals in the cosy comfort of the restaurant indoor seating or in the garden outdoors with chairs, tables, hammocks overlooking the majestic mountains & streams.

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