Tibetan Cuisine & Food

Tibetan Cuisine & Food

eating momo, dumplings, yak butter tea and a lot of meat

Location: 

Xiasasu 2nd Alley 夏萨苏二巷

Duration: 

Sunday, September 3, 2017

Personal highlights

  1. Tibet has a few very unique dishes
  2. Momo and dumplings are my favorites
  3. Yak Butter Tea is tasking too strong for me
  4. Tibetans only eat big animals that feed many people
  5. Tibetans are non-vegetarians because of the climate!

Image sources

  1. Momos and other delicacies
  2. Yak Butter Tea (very smelly!)
  3. Small local kitchen in Lhasa
  4. Restaurant staff in Lhasa
  5. Local dish with a lot of cheese

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