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Saboo Resort

Saboo village, near Leh, Ladakh

Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served in the large, airy dining room. Service is very on-the-ball.

Breakfast is available all morning, and includes Indian options like paranthas and pooris, along with eggs cooked to order, local bread, fresh fruit, juice, apricot jam and cornflakes, plus generous servings of tea and coffee.

Lunch and dinner are both served over three or more courses and include a mix of Indian and Western dishes. Meal preferences can also be discussed with the chef beforehand.

For lunch, expect a small three-course meal with mainly Indian dishes: a soup starter followed by a chicken or mutton curry served with vegetables and dal accompanied by salad, rotis and rice.

For dinner, expect a mixture of Indian and Western options. Expect soups, grilled vegetables, chicken and mutton cooked in a variety of ways. Local specialties are also available and when the weather is warm, there are barbecues and bonfires on the roof terrace.

Local wine, whisky, beer and spirits are all served.

You can see that great care has been taken with the restaurant, with George personally supervising the menu and often sitting with guests over dinner. You can also take a private culinary tour with him where he’ll share his knowledge of local spices and culinary customs.

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Menu

There was no menu for any of the meals we ate, although there were always several choices. Lunch tends to be mostly Indian, while dinner is a mixture of Indian and Western dishes.

The kitchen is very accommodating and the staff are happy to help, so if you’re craving something extra, it’s worth asking if they can make it for you.

Dining nearby

Saboo is a quiet, residential village with barely any grocery shops let alone restaurants.

Choglamsar (the old Tibetan refugee settlement), however, is only a 10-minute drive away, its streets lined with small cafés and restaurants that serve decent Tibetan food.

Otherwise there’s Leh, easily reached in under 30 minutes, with cafés and restaurants that serve many kinds of cuisines. Amigos is a popular place for backpacker-style healthy and cheap Korean food; Ja Khang for excellent coffee and homemade cakes; Summer Harvest for reliable Tibetan and Kashmiri food (all the local Ladakhis and monks seem to eat here); Eclectic Kitchen for its multi-cuisine that covers Indian, Western and Tibetan staples; and Bon Apetit for properly good international food in a beautiful setting.

Type Boutique resort
Rooms 15
Children Yes
Closed late October to mid-April