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Amazing food!!

This restaurant is the best after having been in Tibet for a week. We have been here twice and... read more

Reviewed April 21, 2018
Caretojoinme
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Excellent meal and cooking classes

Some in my group took the cooking class and we all ate there, everything was excellent, a home... read more

Reviewed April 30, 2017
Scott A
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Apr 21, 2018
“Amazing food!!”
Apr 30, 2017
“Excellent meal and cooking classes”
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We are the first Tibetan family kitchen in Lhasa, providing Tibetan-style meals and cooking classes for visitors. Our kitchen includes staples like Tibetan noodles, tsampa, momo dumplings, sweet rice and many more dishes based on traditional Tibetan...more
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Reviewed April 21, 2018 via mobile

This restaurant is the best after having been in Tibet for a week. We have been here twice and every dish is excellent. And the service staff speaks English quite well. Highly recommended!!

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Reviewed April 30, 2017

Some in my group took the cooking class and we all ate there, everything was excellent, a home cooked meal atmosphere.

1  Thank Scott A
Reviewed November 6, 2016

Having read the excellent reviews on TripAdvisor, we tried to sign up for a cooking lesson at the Tibetan Family Kitchen on Danjielin Lu when we were in Lhasa in October of 2015. We were very disappointed to find it closed due to the imminent...More

Thank SleeplessinSD
Reviewed October 30, 2016

During our 3 day trip to Lhasa, my boyfriend and I ate at Tibet Family Kitchen on two occasions – the first for lunch the second for their cooking class. We had a fantastic experience on both occasions. The family kitchen is exactly as it...More

1  Thank nyc2hawaii
Reviewed July 7, 2016

Took an excellent cooking class here and learned how to make Yak meat dumplings among other things. A couple of nights later we returned for a delicious dinner in the restaurant (independently of the cooking class). The class also involves going to the market first...More

1  Thank Margaret C
Reviewed June 30, 2016

You have to ask your guide to show you where it is. I had the address, asked the hotel and never found it. Only the guide showed us exactly and then we made a reservation on time and make sure you ask for the cooking...More

Thank RMWMRMWM
Reviewed June 19, 2016

The food was really, really good and it was awesome to get in to a Tibetan home. They both speak English really well and thus the cooking class was very interesting as we got more insight into Tibet.

2  Thank Magnusardottir
Reviewed June 7, 2016

My parents and I attended a cooking class at this family run restaurant. They are open for regular meals but offer a wonderful and very cheap Tibetan cooking experience. This was truly a "home" cooking class with the husband, wife and children welcoming you into...More

Thank Bill L
Reviewed April 27, 2016

Is it a restaurant? hard to say, but it is very interesting experience. It is hard to find, so whatch carefully for signs (apartment on second floor). They offer food, but also cooking lessons. It is small so reservation is a good idea (but how...More

Thank Maciej W
Reviewed April 20, 2016

After I ate here for the first time, I went back for the second time, the third time...And now I miss it. It's pretty much like local private dinning experience, not in luxury way but like home. You will walk into their kitchen and cozy...More

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