Tibetan Food restaurants in China
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This restaurant is owned by the monastery and serves up fried rice, thugpa and steaming glasses of cha ngamo.
The decor is half Tibetan, half African safari, but the food and the clientele are as Tibetan as it gets. There's butter tea (Y10), Tibetan yoghurt (Y5), yak-meat momos (Y10) and various yak-meat dishes including a hearty yak pie (牛肉饼; níuròu bǐng; Y20). Tsampa (Y5) isn't on the menu, but is of course available. No English menu. No English sign. No English spoken. Turn left out of the bus station and it's on your right; on the 2nd floor.