After arrival at Lhasa, Tibet, relax and acclimate at hotel, all you want to do is to find a delicious local restaurant to taste the Tibetan food. Here, we are going to introduce the top 5 restaurants in Lhasa city for you. We hope you will like these restaurants during your trip.
December 29 is the New Year’s Eve on Tibetan Calendar traditionally. On that day, all the Tibetan people will eat a traditional food, Thukpa Bhathuk. It is a hand-rolled noodle with broth.
Butter tea is a featured drink in Tibet. It is always drunk with Tsampa (roasted barley flour). There are many functions of butter tea, such as warming up the body, avoiding mountain sickness and preventing body’s dryness.
Yanjing is a small town in Tibet. First, we didn’t think about travelling to this small place as we want to spend our time in some beautiful attractions. But our guide told us that though Yanjing is famous for its salt, it owns the only Catholic Church in Tibet, which is founded in 1865 by a French missionary, Felix Biet.
Lhasa Kitchen Lhasa Kitchen address: NO.3 Minchi Chang Easet Road, Lhasa, Tibet The famous Lhasa Kitchen, also named as Lasa ChuFang, is hot for its prominent location that is just located opposite the Jokhang Temple, at the center of Bahkor Street. If you choose to dine here, please be prepared that this place is full of tourists. But, anyway, it is still a nice option if you are just in that
Tashi, a local Tibetan restaurant, has opened in Lhasa, Tibet for more than 20 years. If you search it on tripadvisor, you will find many tourists gave it a high ranking score for its tasty food and friendly host.