This place does great Tibetan food at a reasonable price. The food is wholesome, well-prepared and tasty. The staff are really helpful - you can talk to them about what they'd suggest you eat, depending on your culinary interests. We ate chicken momos - the fried ones were excellent - fried Chinese spinach, peanut noodles and a mutton gravy. Another time we tried the thukpa, which was a meal in itself. Everything we ate was great. If you're looking for Tibetan food that's safe to experiment with, here's the place.
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