We were looking for something different. Took chance and found a nice spot. Very traditional Tibetan run. Friendly and helpful server.
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Feels like home cooked meal, hosts super amicable. Prices are cheap and you can get full for as low as 10 dollars.
The prices and very low but the food is great. The Momo's are a delight. The lentil soup is very good to. The alcohol is not expensive at all! We went early on a week-day and got quality service from the owner. I liked that...More
We had both steamed and fried momo's after the lentil soup. Very delicious and the price was right. One of us had the large momo's with cheese that was fantastic even if a little sweet. For dessert the sweet rice was so good. Only thing...More
I recommend this to anyone, on a budget or not, this place does not cost much and the food is delicious, especially the momos, any kind (fried or not) the steamed bread, the shaptas... All very good!
The food is excellent, especially the momos. The plates are very tasty, not too spicy and made with fresh ingredients. There is a nice outdoor garden where you can eat. The atmosphere is very relaxing and the service is excellent. I highly recommend this place...More
This was a lovely place to have dinner. It was reasonably priced and the outdoor terrace is simple but peaceful. The waitstaff was very nice. We started the evening off with the traditional Tibetan Tea, which is a salty, buttery tea. I think it's an...More
although there was one cook and one waiter, the experience we had was incredible. Sat on the outside patio, very relaxed, ok so it took awhile for our food but it was worth the wait. The host is very nice, and we thoroughly enjoyed our...More