This popular restaurant boasts cosy sofa seating and a sunny terrace overlooking the main strip, along with a changing weekly menu of Tibetan and Bhutanese dishes: thukpa (noodles), momos (dumplings), saag (spinach)…
Brightly painted Norbu Yangphel offers the usual tourist buffet upstairs and has a couple of cosier rooms downstairs where you can try juru jaju (river moss soup); tastier and not as mossy as it sounds!
This roadside eatery is a good place to stop for a light refreshment before continuing on to Trongsa, offering great views of the Trongsa Dzong and the valleys it imperially overlooks.
Tushita sits in a sunny position just above the road and provides morning and afternoon teas and lunches. Your agent can also arrange luxe camping here for those biking their way along the highway.