A very small and modest rest with fantastic Tibeti foods It is run by refugees The wals cry FREE TIBET
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Stumbled upon this restaurant which had displayed as Vegetarian place. I was very pleased to step in. Looking at all the "Go Vegan" stickers on the walls I was thrilled further. Looking at the menu, I was perplexed to see Egg dishes. A soothing place...More
This dish is one of the favorite and yummy food item in the leh tradition. The taste was so nice and sooper In the leh climatic conditions.
As much as I like Tibetan food, I would not recommend this place. Momos we got were half-raw, my friend had some stomach problems after our visit there. Pity since the staff is friendly and the place has very nice look.
Tenzin Dickey's restaurant is practically an institution in Leh. She makes excellent momos. This restaurant is mostly frequented by locals, which is a good recommendation, as she serves traditional food.
I heard quite a lot about this place for Tibetan Food. Went there one evening and ordered Veg Steamed momos. They were just ok considering the expectations. After couple of days we went there again and ordered Veg Thukpa. To add to the poor Service,...More
Tenzin Dickey Tibetan is also like a china food corner in leh ladakh chaou mins soups etc.testy and fresh items perpared by the owner made to order.
nice small hole in the wall serving authentic tibetan food. Unlike the other tibetan places, this one sticks to tibetan food and not serving chinese food which is a refreshing change. Try it. It's not fast service but because it's family run and cosy.
We happened to find this restaurant by luck and were happy to have discovered it. This is a genuine Tibetan restaurant serving only vegetarian food. We also had a nice chat with the owner. Mr Tenzin Chokla, who has named the restaurant after his Son,...More