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Nubra Eco-Lodge

Nubra Valley, Ladakh

The food at Nubra Eco-Lodge is very good, with fresh vegetables sourced from their organic garden; fresh milk procured by their resident cow; and fresh bread (also organic—the wheat coming from their own farm) baked lovingly every morning by Stanzin’s mother.

Breakfast is fresh Ladakhi bread, omelettes, paranthas and fruit (the fruit choice is as limited as Nubra’s access to the wider world) served with tea and coffee.

Lunch and dinner are set meals and include soup, dal, a variety of vegetables, rotis, salad and rice. For dinner, the choice varies and can include more local dishes like thentuk and momos. Meat dishes are rarely served however, owing to the difficulties of procuring fresh meat in Sumur.

All meals are served either in the Ladakhi style sitting room adjoining the kitchen, or when the place is full, the larger dining room on the ground floor of the main house.

In charge of the kitchen is resident chef and assistant manager Yayha Khan, a native of Kargil, who came to Nubra after stints in Goa and Leh, where he learnt to run a multi-cuisine kitchen that can whip up everything from local food to chilly chowmein to spaghetti.

Stanzin’s mother is an unobtrusive and quiet presence on the property, baking bread in the morning and working the garden and fields in the day, but her contribution can be felt in the dishes prepared. We spent a wonderful half hour hour one morning watching her bake the traditional bread, before slathering it with butter and gobbling it down with some (less beloved) butter tea.

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Menu

The cuisine is mostly Indian with a few Tibetan specialties thrown in. Most of the vegetables are organic and meat is rarely served.

Packed lunches can also be provided for day-long excursions.

Dining nearby

Sumur is a tiny, primarily residential village slowly opening itself to the outside world; you won’t find any cafes or restaurants here that would cater to tourists in any manner.

The nearest town with any café or restaurant culture is Diskit, and even here the choice is limited to local restaurants that do passable momos and noodle dishes.

Type Boutique lodge & camp
Rooms 11
Children Yes - children below 7yrs stay free with parents without extra bed.
Closed mid-October to mid-April