While in the mountain then breakfast has to be like locals. Za Khang at Kalimpong on the best places for breakfast. One of the rare eateries opens very early at 8 am. Our breakfast had Balep, a Tibetan bread is crisp on the outside, fluffy on the inside. Enjoy this with dry spicy diced potato sides (aloo dum). Without onion-garlic potato pickle, the platter would be incomplete. Wash it down with steamy Suja (butter tea). The butter tea is a staple drink of the people in the Himalayan countries prepared with salt and cow or yak butter. Pocket pinch INR 150. I must conclude that the Himalayan breakfast is so cosy, warm, and comforting while enjoying the panoramic view of the valley from Za Khang's rooftop.
Himalayan Breakfast At Kalimpong!
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