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Being in Amsterdam we tried the Rijstaffel. The food was great, you get a small portion of may different dishes, in the end we were almost too full to walk towards our hotel. Great service as well.
As regard to value, I would say it...More
We loved this restaurant so much, the food was so good! We had the Tibetan menu for two which was €22.50 each and we weren't disappointed, it was delicious! The staff were lovely too, top restaurant, would definitely eat here again and again.
We booked fairly late on a Saturday night. Lucky we did, when we got there for our 8.15 booking other than our table for two the restaurant was full. And they had to then turn people away. We suspected service might be a bit slow...More
We chose this little restaurant in order to taste Tibetan food. To tell you the truth we did not realised much difference with the other Asian restaurants. Maybe we are not trained enough to distinguish the differences between spicy asian dishes :P
Everything was fine,...More
Chosen because it was just round the corner, this turned out to be a great find. We opted for the tasting option which gave us 8 different dishes, all equally delicious with a mix of meats and vegetables, in hotter and milder variations. Try the...More
We ate here on a Sunday evening in January. It was my birthday, but in the end we picked the restaurant on a whim because Tibetan cuisine is something we had not tried much of before.
We were also happy to see so many vegetarian...More
This was our first experience with the Tibetan cuisine and we liked it. We opted for a menu with several small dishes varying from mild to very spicy. There were various vegetables and all kinds of preparations and also meat and chicken.The service was very...More
This is a place which took me back to Himalayas! Tasty food, soothing ambience and decent pricing. It was great!
The waiting staff is really nice. The food is not just tasty but the portions are good. There is enough variety of dishes to choose...More
We decided to eat here after being rejected by the "famous steakhouses" near Rembrandtplein and we were surpraised by the result! This is a small restaurant in Utrechtsestraat near other many Thai/Tibetan/Indochina restaurant. The menu is complete and you can choose between the Tibetan or...More
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