A Bu Lu Zi is a Tibetan restaurant, about 15-20 mins walk from the entrance to the Jiuzhai Valley National Park (westward, opposite direction from Sheraton Hotel and the bus terminal). It is located at the corner, on the first floor of a row of shops.
The restaurant has good ambience, full of character with soft music playing in the background. Having not tried Tibetan food before, the menu in Chinese and English is interesting. We did not want a heavy meal so we had yak meat mini kebabs and Tibetan Mother's potatoes to go with rice. The food was kosher and they served a free flow of Chinese tea. After dinner, a sweet girl, one of the waiting staff, performed a Tibetan song for us which turn out to be some sort of a welcome serenade, and presented us with hada (holy white silk sash) for good fortune/health. What a sweet touch to round off the meal! Price-wise, it's on the middle range but we think it was well worth the unique dining experience.
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