Tibetan food tops the chart when it comes to foods that feed not just your tummy but also your soul. The palate-pleasing cuisine prides itself with a number of preparations like dumplings, sha fale, thenthuk, and thukpa that can turn anybody’s day around! So try out these authentic Tibetan kitchens in Delhi when you’re craving for some delicious comfort food.
Yeti – The Himalayan Kitchen
M-20, M Block Market, Greater Kailash (GK) 2, New Delhi-48 | 011 41657867; 011 41008884
Enjoy a generous share of food that’ll take you to the hills instantly. Devour the juicy momos, and clear thukpa along with food that traces back to Nepal and Tibet.
House 26, New Tibetan Camp, Majnu ka Tila, New Delhi-54 | 011 65028940; +91 9811939992
Slurp on piping hot and delicious Tibetan thukpa as your palate goes on a Buff momo binge at this Tibetan, and Chinese outlet. This quaint eatery at Majnu Ka Tila is the perfect place if you want to load up on some piping hot Tibetan curries and seafood dishes in addition to the quintessential dumplings.
House 6, New Colony, Majnu ka Tila, New Delhi-56
Yet another amazing food joint nestled in the heart of Delhi’s Tibetan Refugee Colony, the AMA Café is a sheer delight for tea, Tibetan food, and aesthetic lovers. The place offers excellent bakes and an array of refreshing blends along with authentic noshes from the neighbouring country.
Wangchuk’s Ladakhi Kitchen
Opp. Vyapar Kendra, DLF Phase 4, Gurgaon-122002 | 011 33107892
Wangchuk’s is the perfect place to head to with friends and booze in tow. With indoor and outdoor seatings, bringing together ‘Machan’ and Ladakhi Kitchen formed the place. They don’t have a bar but won’t mind giving you some glasses to pour your own poison.
10, Satyaniketan Market, Opposite Venkateshwara College, Satyaniketan, New Delhi | +91 9871927332; +91 9811335132
A popular food hub in South Campus’ Satyaniketan Market, China Bowl caters to the Chinese, Japanese, Thai, and Tibetan food-loving student population looking for great food at economical rates. The menu prides itself with a wide variety of dishes from the four Asian countries, but for the Tibetan food seeker we suggest the chicken sha fale and pork momos.
F-16, Opposite NDPL Office, Vijay Nagar, New Delhi | +91 9911658032; +91 9810197582
A hidden gem in Vijay Nagar, Shagun has got its food game spot on with a mouth-watering range of Thai, Chinese, Japanese, and Tibetan preparations on the menu. The spread is a true South Asian delight but our favourite Tibetan picks have to be the mix meat thukpa, pork momos, and chicken thenthuk!
Can’t have enough of those Tibetan dumplings? Here are some more places in the Capital that can satiate your craving!
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