It is said that you do not completely enjoy a new place until you haven’t eaten their local food and tried their cuisines. Situated in the beautiful mountains of Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh, Rakkh is one such destination to enjoy the perks of nature and the authenticity of local food, both, under one roof.
Rakkh is promoting local food and flavours. It is using products which are locally grown and hence retain the freshness and tastes of these ingredients.
Thus, the main emphasis is on including local Himachal food on the menus, promising to give an exuberant experience to the tourists visiting Dharamshala with its rich and out of this world flavours. The main restaurant, Dhaam (meaning “Feast” in the local language) is a multi-cuisine restaurant, serving the best of pan-Indian and International cuisine, including south Indian breakfasts, fresh salads, mouthwatering South East Asian and Mediterranean fare.
This Dharamshala restaurant also has the exquisite “Dham Thali”, a bouffage which includes Madra, Luchipoti, Sidu, Dham and Aktori, all famous in the Himachal which is the perfect celebration of Indian cuisine.
Ancient Himachali spices like Jakhiya, a tiny seed resembling mustard and Jambu, a chive-like herb are used to add the local authentic flavour to various dishes and dals respectively.
The most fascinating ingredient of them all is Bhaang (hemp) that is used in side dishes like chutneys. This amazing mix of local food served in the lap of nature attracts and fascinates travellers from all over the world.
Perched on a hilltop just outside the pretty village of Rakh and surrounded by terraced hillsides – Rakkh is a resort to stay in the lap of snow-clad hills at Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh. Rakkh is a luxury resort near Dharamshala and is an idyllic retreat for those who want to get close to nature.
You will not find a television or mini-bar in your rooms. Communal dining is encouraged for guests to get to know each other. It offers nature hikes in the nearby hills and short walks through nearby villages, paddy fields, forests, and tea gardens. You can test your stamina and skills with adventurous activities such as climbing and an in-built wall made only for thrill-seeking purposes.