For a change of scene seek out this cheerful local restaurant with an ambitious menu including Bhutanese, Chinese, Indian, Tibetan and continental dishes. We recommend the chicken chilli and momos. You can also pick…
The Puensom is the place to load up on acceptable pizza, donuts, apple pie, rasgulla (semolina dough in syrup) and chocolate eclairs. Your best bet is to ask what was baked today and make that your choice.
This restaurant just off the highway is well set up for passing trade, with indoor and outdoor seating and a comprehensive menu. If it's not meal time just drop in for a coffee.
Inside the Druk Deothang Hotel; just follow your nose. Ask what has been baked today – it could be donuts, chocolate cake or cream horns. Bread is also available.
This roadside hotel can whip up set lunches for tourists and local dishes such as ema datse (chillis with cheese).
This roadside hotel next to a giant prayer wheel is a decent enough place to break the drive for a cup of masala tea. It can get busy when passengers pile out of the buses running from Trashigang to Mongar to breakf…
This local hotel should be able to provide Bhutanese staples such as ema datse or momos, but it may require an hour or two prior notice.