Really enjoyed my food and the atmosphere at Rangzen. Very reasonably priced as well. Similar to other Asian foods, but enough differences to keep it interesting.
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There is a delicious buffet available and you shouldn't leave without tasting their milk tea. Nice environment, good prices, great customer service.
Take it from a local who lives and works nearby, Rangzen's lunch buffet is a true gem. It's my favorite restaurant in the Kendall, Central Sq, and Harvard corridor in Cambridge. The food is freshly prepared, very tasty, with lots of great vegetarian options. I've...More
I've eaten here a dozen times over the last few years. It is a standby lunch buffet place for me, a mostly vegetarian. There are always several vegetarian options. The quality and selection seems to very a lot, by which I mean that some days...More
Came here for a late dinner with a friend. We took a long time to make a choice, but the waiter was very patient. The food was good, I also really enjoyed the cinammon lhassi.
Conveniently located near Mass Ave , in between Harvard and MIT, this little wooden cafe/restaurant is ideal for a quick lunch. The buffet is delicious fresh and nourishing and not overwhelmingly large ( which is a relief!) . The charming serene staff add to the...More
Family of 4, after some shopping at Kittery Premium Outlets, drove back, hungry, not too exciting ambience, friendly waiters though, ordered a few unknown dishes, real quick service, reasonable portions, reasonable prices, however, all dishes bland without salt , apparently is the tradition in Tibet,...More
There is a good lunchtime buffet. Sometimes people going back for more get stuck around the corners of the buffet. Don't let this happen to you! Otherwise, food is on the bland side. I do not know anything about Tibetan cuisine so I can't comment...More