Tara Gallery Café & Bar
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Tara Gallery Café & Bar information
This upmarket restaurant, bar and cafe (and art gallery) is a tasteful, thoughtfully designed space, and includes a plant-filled second-floor terrace. The menu is a tantalising mix of Tibetan, Indian and Yúnnán dishes; the seven-course Indian set meal (¥95) is a feast. It’s also a relaxing spot for a coffee or an evening drink. The owner, Utara, is very friendly.