Gangtok restaurants

Top Choice Sikkimese in Gangtok

Nimtho

Beautifully designed with adobe walls and a mock-up earthen stove, Nimtho gives Sikkimese food a gourmet twist. Sample with a local thali (₹250 to ₹350), or à la carte with modestly sized portions of traditional dis…
Cafe in Gangtok

Café Royale

Behind the traditional facade of a former monastery dormitory, this tastefully contemporary cafe displaying guidebooks, bonsai firs and Le Creuset cups, serves barista coffees (₹100–₹140), with peanut-butter cheesec…
International in Gangtok

Coffee Shop

Ever-popular with the hip local youth crowd, this clean-lined cafe-diner serves far more than just good coffee (₹95–₹135), with all-day breakfasts and a range of international meals including orange-and-beetroot sal…
Multicuisine in Gangtok

OSM

Smarter, and open later, than most Gangtok eateries, OSM has a certain contemporary elegance with folded cloth napkins and a vast range of menu options from chilli squid to chicken nuggets via a range of Indian and …
Korean in Gangtok

Mu Kimchi

For authentic Korean cuisine, climb the 80 steps to Mu Kimchi, with an interior that balances original bamboo ceilings and woven wicker lamps with a pared-down contemporary minimalism matching the sound system's ins…
Chinese in Gangtok

Dragon Wok

With gaudy, multi-storey dragon statues in front, the understated interior of this quality Chinese restaurant comes as a pleasant surprise. The free green tea is a nice touch and there's a wide cocktail menu.
Cafe in Gangtok

Local Cafe

Cosy three-table cafe making excellent coffee (espresso ₹84) and serving wraps, tsampa shakes, Tibetan street food, vegetable sushi, pasta and thin-crust pizzas.
Nepali in Gangtok

Hamro Bhansar Ghar

Decorated with chilli, garlic cloves and corncobs, the specialities at this cosy little Nepali place are the thalis (₹200 to ₹300), veritable artists' palettes of around a dozen earthy flavours served on a brass tra…
Street Food in Gangtok

Roll House

Small alleyway window serving reliably delicious Kolkata-style wraps plus momos (Tibetan dumplings) to take away.