For the evening breakfast we opted this restaurant and first we ordered momoes and it was very tasty. Than we ate chowmin also it was also very good.
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We ordered rice and Manchurian. Quantity was less. Quality was ok.. Ambience was ok. The restaurant is in a sma;; a;;e s
Most pathetic food i ever have in my life... it was a takeaway order... the chilli chicken was white in colour... sauce was like rice starch in colour and taste...and OMG get some cauliflower and cabbage in that chilly chicken gravy....egg fried rice was blackish...More
I have been a regular at Lhasa since 2013 and to be honest i have never left disappointed after a meal.I am an ardent food lover especially Chinese food and they serve some of the authentic Chinese food which everyone should like.The prices are great...More
Lhasa was clean with a good atmosphere.The staff was very nice and helpful although we mentioned to eat no spicy food but bring too spicy dishes for us. In my idea its a Mid-range restaurant with acceptable quality.
Good food. Just next to the Dal Lake, at a walking distance. Less spicy. Gives you an oriental flavor. Service i found a little late( may be a subjective thing). Can surely try out there.
Have been to this place a couple of times for Chinese food and it is good, It is a Budget Restaurant. The theme of the decor is Chinese of curse and also has a Backyard garden seating with a fountain in the centre. Food is...More
Located near the shore of the majestic Dal Lake, Lhasa has a convivial walled garden or a low-ceilinged oriental dining room with elements of Buddhist design and style. It serves the best Chinese and Tibetan dishes in the area and is a hot favorite among...More
The menu offer a lot of cheap and tasty options from the Indian, Chinese and Himalayan cuisine. It's a very relaxed place to sit in the garden and enjoy lunch or dinner.