Neha Sweets located in Leh’s Main Market is the place to be for not only sweets, but also delicious north Indian food at an affordable rate.
In fact during my winter trip to Ladakh, Neha Sweets was the only place (apart from the dhaba in Karu and Nimmu) which provided food that not only provided much needed nourishment for the body, but also made me want to eat food to satisfy my taste buds.
Because during winter majority of hotels and restaurants in Leh-Ladakh are closed and the ones which are open, offer mostly bland food which coupled with the appetite reducing effects of AMS, does little to make one want to eat food, which is essential when traveling in such an unforgiving place in temperatures low enough to freeze diesel in a matter of minutes!
At Neha Sweets I ate Chole-Bhature (amongst the best I have eaten and being a Delhiite, I have had a lot of them) and Samosas with Chole, which too were delicious. Although I didn’t eat sweet dish, hot gulab jamuns served at Neha Sweets are supposedly great, along with tea and coffee. They also offer the usual South and North Indian cuisines like Dosa, Rajma-Chawal, Rotis, Paratha, Dal etc. and it is strictly vegetarian affair, if I remember correctly.
Overall Neha Sweets is a nice and affordable place to eat and the ambiance is in line to what one sees at the budget eateries all over India.