This is a cute little restaurant located in an old house in the Kirkwood District of Bloomington, Indiana. The area is filled with ethnic restaurants since this is a college town , the home of Indiana University. The service was friendly and helpful and the restaurant offers Tibetan, Thai and Indian cuisine. Since it is a Tibetan restaurant we wanted to sample the Tibetan dishes. My companions had Kham Ando Thugpa, a hearty stew that I found to be hot but not flavorful. I ordered the Sha Balay, described as pan fried dough patties filled with seasoned ground beef and yellow onion. What I got was a plate of dough patties with one sliver of beef inside, no spice, no onion... no flavor. The entrée came with a choice of soup or salad and both we extremely small portions. I thought the prices were a bit high for what you were served, the stew was $9 and the dough balls were $8
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