One reason why we picked this hotel was because other reviewers raved about the food. I would disagree. The staff are nice, room is very nice, but as for the packed breakfast - we gave it to our taxi driver
1 - 10 of 74 reviews
This place burned down in the big fire that destroyed half of the old town in January 2014, but there is now a modern and expensive Arro Khampa Hotel in the eastern part of the old town, with a small restaurant that serves good food...More
Sorry, I don't dislike this place because we cound't find it, the people said I it was burned because of the fire on January, it's a pitty!! so this terrible qualification is not for the restaurant is for Tripadvisor because the fire in the Old...More
Wanted to try this place from the reviews on tripadvisor, but alas, the fire of 2014 burned it down. :-(
Had high hopes for this place that it might be some amazing French-Chinese-Tibetan place but the food wasn't that tasty or filling, and not cheap, especially the yak (had much better meals at Buskar Resto).
What a great find! We came across this on Tripadvisor and we were blown away. Please try the cheese, ham and yak meat platter as a starter, the cheese and yak meat is to die for. We actually asked them where they got the produce...More
We had a wonderful experience in this restaurant. Not only did we enjoy hearing the personal account of the owners, but they went out of their way to prepare a unique raclette that combined Swiss and Tibetan cheese, Yak dried meat (and yes very good...More
I visited this restaurant during my stay in Shangrila. The place is really nice and overlooks the temple, which at night is beautiful. The service was good. Unfortunately, I went for Tibetian food and the three dishes I ordered were not thrilling. Fresh, but not...More
The food at Arro Khampa was very good, also liked the French influence in the decor and cuisine. A little on the expensive side but the excellent staff and excellent food made up for this.
This restaurant is fantastic. Damien and Ting are managing it in a very friendly way for travellers coming to eat extraordinary food from their Tibetan chef. Try the yack with mint, the yack in a curry sauce and the fried vegetables, all awesome. The place...More