We discovered this restaurant under the correct conditions. Miserable wet cold winter weather. The windows of Rangzen were fogged over and the place was really warm and steamy inside from the steam tables and all of the people inside. All of the food was hot and we were immediately warmed up. The buffet at lunch time is the way to go so that you can sample a little of each of the Tibetan dishes. The problem is alway to keep from eating too much. My take on Tibetan food is that you can see some of the influence of China and India but the spicing is on the delicate side and quite different from either. The food is mountain designed to nourish you in a cold and hostile climate. We have eaten there many times. It is always excellent. The Dalai Lama eats there when in Cambridge.
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