Food in West Sikkim is delicious, but it’s not hugely spicy. There’s a handful of dishes in Sikkim which are fermented, due to the chilly and high altitudes of the agrarian region. Thus, fermented foods and beverages are popular in Sikkim. Traditional foods of Sikkim gain its influences from India, Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan.
TOP 7 SIKKIM FOODS | Sikkim food tour | Indian foods
1. Gundruk Soup – A vegetarian dish
2. Sael Roti – Gurkha /Nepalese Dessert snack
3. Momos – Tibetan dumplings
4. Paneer Cheese – Famous in this region
5. Thukpa – spicy egg noodles
6. Tibetan Bread
7. Yak Cheese
8. Lassi – sweet indian yogurt drink.
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