It was hard to not eat here every night. We managed to escape eating here one or two of the nights that we stayed up there, but were not as satisfied as we were at Kunga's. The momos, the Tibetan garlic chicken, the hand-made noodle soups, and the Tibetan bread kept us coming back for more. There were many other things we wanted to try, but couldn't get the taste of our first couple of meals out of mouths and wanting more. Go here.
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