You can try Tibetian food here. The cultural food is very good and tasty and the prices are very reasonable
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My daughter wanted to try traditional Tibetan food so we went to Taste of Tibet. We did not really enjoy the food here and we found food to be tasteless. Momo's were both salty as well as chewy. Atmosphere & ambience was also below average.
We visit this eatery every time we’re at Gangtok. This time we were quite underwhelmed by the quality of our meal there. The thukpa that it’s so famous for and one which we order every time, was flavourless and disappointing.. maybe it was an indifferent...More
Place is ok. Soup was not so delicious, but momos i really liked. Restaurant is small and it is quite popular, not easy to find available seat. Good place to taste something new and regional.
We ordered the momo but found the salt ingredient to be intolerable beyond our comfort zone. Both me and my wife woke up in the night thirsty and desperate for water.
If you are looking for somewhere to have an early dinner in Gangtok, this is the place to go. At 6pm everywhere else was pretty much deserted but this place was heaving. Every table was taken! It's not the fanciest place in town but the...More
Had some beef chilli fry which was quite rubbery and the veg Noodles were oily and not that appetizing
After reading many reviews, I decided to try this very popular restaurant. The quality of the food is very variable depending and the different dishes. There are many others better restaurant in the city.
Amazing food. Absolutely loved the beef dry fry. The bhagthuk was amazing and very filling. Nice and pocket friendly place overall.
Was very busy when we got there. Had to wait to get seated but after all that the food was just okay. The thupka wasn’t very tasty compared to those we tasted elsewhere. So too the other dishes.