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I ate here 3 times when I was in Lijiang in 2017. Friendly service, nice surroundings and tasty meals.
I am not sure how Tibetan a Naxi Burger is...…...but I enjoyed all the same.
Will eat here again next time I am in Lijiang.
We were here for dinner on two nights, we had different dishes on both nights, and it was absolutely delicious on both occasions! I would strongly recommend this place. The staff speak English, and are very cheerful. Service is a bit slow, but what the...More
We had looked this place up before we went to Lijiang, it wasn’t near our hotel which was on the other side of the old city but we still went and I’m so happy we did.
There was plenty of choice on the menu, we...More
We ate here twice as the food was good and the place is fun. Climb steep stairs to the second floor family run restaurant. Had 10 Yak meat momos, the Chu Chu noodles with yak and onions, and a yak dish with fired rice, potato...More
After sightseeing up and down Lijiang Old Town we went here for early dinner introduced by our local guide. Note the photo shown at the top of this review must be old as the front façade is different. As the restaurant signage is exactly the...More
We just wanted a light lunch and this was ideal. Two plates of delicious dumplings, one with vegetables and one with yak stuffing and some beer was a perfect choice. The other plus was that there is a great view from upstairs of the street...More
Went here based on a recommendation and wasn't disappointed. Great location, good facilities, clean dining area and also places to sit outside. Food very good, especially the dumplings, decent beer to and all at very reasonable prices.
Walking round the streets of Lijang old town the noise almost invokes a panic attack with dozens of different music sources, live and canned, hammering out from all direction.
About a hundred yards from the Water Wheel and through the town arch decorated with drying...More