This branch of the Alchi restaurant offers the same mix of traditional Ladakhi foods given a modern twist and served in contemporary, stylish decor (with a fine rooftop). Order a chutagi (traditional Ladakhi pasta stew) or stuffed khambir (Ladakhi bread), followed by phating (apricots soaked in apricot juice). On Fridays you can get a mokmok (momo) platter (including chocolate walnut!) for ₹300.
Unlike the Alchi restaurant, it's open year-round, making it a good winter option.