Sonam Trophel Restaurant
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Sonam Trophel Restaurant information
Sonam has excellent home-style Bhutanese cooking adapted to foreign tastes and is popular with small groups as meals are brought to the table (no buffet). The best bet is the set lunch (order in advance), which consists of a minimum of seven dishes. The momos (dumplings), boneless chicken, ginger potatoes and hentshey datse (spinach and cheese) are all excellent.