We visited here on our first night basically because we had never had tibetan cuisine and what better way than on a city break. Arrived too early as it doesn't open till 7:30 (website hard to navigate and no English version). When we entered many of the best tables were already reserved (mostly by locals it turned out) which can be considered a good sign. Tables are very closely spaced together so good job it wasn't full .. we were allowed to use a second table (could be a juggling act with drinks otherwise). The menu was small (5 mains) but all vegetarian. We order 3 starters which were presented well (samosas, oven minitures and poppadoms) with mint yoghurt, side salad and some type of sweet soy sauce. An interesting touch was the poppadoms were folded into a cone (never seen this before). For the main I had the curry, my partner the seitan. Both had broad beans on the side which seemed a bit odd. Curry was mild and a bit bland, seitan dish had rich mushroom sauce. Food was good quality and quite filling. The authenticity is a bit questionable though .. seemed like a portugese interpretation. Ambiance was nice. Didn't leave feeling I had had a gormet delight though. Cost: 33 euro (3 starters, 2 mains, port/duvel).
Service was ok (2 younger guys), old woman (owner) seemed to have a problem engaging a lot.
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