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Hotpot is the thing to eat here. Many did not mention if the soup is spicy or not. My husband is an excellent spicy detector and he says its mildly spicy 2/10. If you have a big threshold for spiciness, this is nothing. There is...More
We stumbled onto this wonderful Tibetan restaurant our second day in Thames and the food was so amazing we were back for the next 4 nights. Ever dish we tried, and we tried many, were hot, fresh, very very tasty and timely served. The place...More
Our guide Jamie came with us here, to see what and how locals eat. It's not very touristy, luckily, as we've seen other spots during our time down there. Not only is the place comfortable with plenty of space, also is the atmosphere very welcoming...More
If you are ever going to Kathmandu give this place a go. A small family run hotel that keeps alive the old spirit of Kathmandu guesthouses, warm, cheery and hospitable. Located in Thamel so everything for entertainment a short walk by. Don't forget to try...More
The food was very tasty. Two of us had the Tibetan hotpot (I forget the correct name). This is heated as it sits on the table and comes with side dishes of noodles, rice and wantons. These communal dishes come in veg and non-veg options....More
Although the setting is dark and a bit crowded (it's a very popular place for groups), the food was very good and tasty. I tried a variety of Tibetan dishes and it all tasted good. Staff is friendly and food is served quickly. Worth a...More
In this winter, drinking Tongba - a hot alcoholic drink - always make u feel so good and warm and Utse is one of the best place for Tongba and hygienic snacks and food. Clean and quiet place with nice foods, mainly Tibetan.
Now increasingly surrounded by Chinese hotels and restaurants this unique Tibetan restaurant and hotel preserves its very special atmosphere. Owned and run by an elderly Tibetan refugee and his wife the place seems even more of an oasis than ever. Good Tibetan food and drink....More
We found Utse Restaurant near to our Hotel and were so happy to have a nice place to eat anytime. It is family run and features traditional Tibetan and Nepalese food.
Most importantly to us though is that we felt very safe in terms of...More