Named after the local war hero, this food joint is known for its different flavored teas, coffee, and some food. The cafeteria was initially intended to serve as a canteen for soldiers stationed at the Khardung La pass, but it soon became a popular stop for civilian travelers.

According to those who have been here, the satisfaction of relishing chai and Maggi at this café is beyond words. Also, being a tourist spot the café is quite well-maintained and is taken care of by the Army. As per reports, the café draws its name from a decorated ex-army officer, Col. Chewang Rinchen, who played a major role in revamping the region of Ladakh several times. The café features tables, chairs, prayer flags, curtains, and lamps, defining the subtle and raw interiors. And in terms of hill station food you get Maggi, Momos, Chai, and even Bun maska.

Near the café is a small souvenir shop, along with a small temple where people love to spend time and shop after a soulful time at the highest café in the world amidst chilly winds and a piping hot cup of tea.

According to the Internet and timesofindia