Are you a vegetarian who is planning to visit Leh? Try My Secret Recipe Bakery and Café in Hemis Complex on Zangsti Road and Golden Bakery near Balkhang Chowk. Both the bakeries serve eggless items.
Skara, a suburb in Leh, offers expensive hotel rooms for mid- and high-end travelers and tourists. The deluxe room tariff starts from INR 3,000 per person, per night, whereas the minimum suite tariff is INR 5,000 per night.
Gesmo Restaurant and German Bakery located on Fort Road, Leh served so-so food.
Ladakh Shanti Stupa, the Peace Pagoda, is an easy and a short walk from the heart of Leh town. The stupa complex lends itself to the views of the town and its famous landmarks and barren mountains of the Ladakh and Zanskar ranges.
Leh Palace, a national public ticketed monument, is located in Leh town. The monument visible from almost all parts of the town lends itself to the panoramic views of the Leh Valley. The palace is therefore a perfect place for taking pictures of the brown landscape and the town.
Moon Land Restaurant in Leh serves okay food in a well-lit space. A meal at least costs INR 250 for two people. The vegetarian and non-vegetarian restaurant at Fort Road closes during autumn and winter.
The best “official” season to visit Leh is May to September. But thrill seekers can also holiday in Leh during other seasons provided they are ready to bear weather-specific expenses and to face some hardships.
Leh town has at least seven vegetarian restaurants. The food is affordable and delicious. However, none of these is a fine dining option. Half of these restaurants are small and dark.
The Hall of Fame in Leh is a good place (1) to pay a sincere homage to the brave soldiers who served India happily in deadly conditions, (2) to rekindle a fire of patriotism, and (3) to familiarize with local flora, fauna, and communities.
Happy World Restaurant, a no-frill eatery on Zangsti Road in Leh, serves well-prepared meals and snacks between 7:00 and 10:00 pm during June/July-mid October. A full-meal costs at least INR 150. The no-smoking restaurant serves both vegetarian and non-vegetarian food.