crispy spring rolls filled with shredded vegetables and bean thread
golden brown potato cutlets with peas, carrots, and mild herbs
battered fried assorted fresh vegetables mixed with a touch of curry, ginger, and garlic. a popular snack from tibet's neighbor, india.
cubes of tofu, slightly fried and sprinkled with a special blend of dried herbs
a "friendly snack" - combination of the above four items
steamed or pan-fried dumplings; choice of vegetable, beef , chicken or tofu (4 pieces)
tibetan nomad soup with our homemade tsampa, beef, and shredded daikon, sprinkled with cheese and cilantro or scallions. tsampa, roasted barley ground into flour, is the main staple diet of tibet.
a bowl of the house lentil soup with 5 different kinds of lentils sauteed with tomato, onion, freshly ground ginger, garlic, and spices. a cup of tena thukpa (lentil soup) is served before all entrees. in tibetan custom, we hang prayer flags called lungtha or wind horse on rooftops, hills, and mountains so that they blow in the wind and raise one's positive energy for a good and balanced health. the colors (red, yellow, blue, green, and white) of the flags represent the five elements. similarly, we represent these five different lentils in our tena thukpa as the five elements of fire, earth, water, wind, and sky. symbolically, we would like to raise your good energy and health as high as possible with a cup of our "five element" lentil soup.
mother's hearty chicken soup with oats, chicken, spinach, peas, and carrots with ginger and garlic - great to help heal that cold!
nourishing chicken rice soup with kale, daikon, ginger, and garlic
crescent-shaped vegetarian dumplings filled with potato, broccoli, carrot, ginger, and garlic
traditional circular-shaped minced-beef dumplings flavored with onion and ginger
heart-shaped spicy tofu and spinach dumplings. this original house of tibet kitchen recipe, created as an alternative healthy option, was inspired by customers, friends, and vegetarian lovers.
shell-shaped dumplings filled with hand-minced chicken breast sauteed with celery, ginger, garlic, and mild spices
eight momos selected from the above varieties
vegetarian patties filled with potato, spinach, shredded carrots, ginger, and garlic
traditional minced-beef patties flavored with onion, ginger, and garlic
tibetan style curry with choice of beef, chicken, or lamb with potato and peas
sauteed marinated beef with onion, tomato, and fresh spices
traditional beef or chicken stir fried with fresh assorted vegetables
chicken or beef with bean thread and vegetable, served tibetan style in a soup or a stir fry
chicken or beef with freshly cooked noodles and vegetables; served tibetan style in a soup or pan-fried (no rice or tingmo)
spicy chicken or beef stir fried with cabbage and carrots and seasoned with garlic, ginger, cilantro, and other spices; a house
beef or chicken with freshly cooked noodles and vegetables, served with tibetan style in a soup (no rice or tingmo)
tibetan traditional winter meal with choice of beef, chicken with homemade square dough, cabbage, spinach, scallion, cilantro; served tibetan style in a soup large bowl. (no rice or tingmo)
chicken hot pepper: slices of chicken stir-fried with bell pepper in a spicy ginger and garlic sauce
chili chicken: battered crispy chicken breast stir-fried with spicy jalapeno, onion, and tomato, flavored with ginger and garlic, and garnished with scallions; a house specialty
spinach hot garlic: indian-influenced fresh spinach sauteed with spicy garlic and ginger
american-influenced tofu dish season with freshly ground ginger, garlic and curry; may be served spicy or mild and with broccoli and carrot
hot and spicy tofu with bean sauce and green peas
spicy tofu stir-fried with cabbage and carrots and season with garlic, ginger, scallion and cilantro and other spices. a house specialty
spicy curried potatoes seasoned with fresh ginger and garlic, and garnished with scallions; served with tingmo
freshly cut vegetables with bean thread served traditional tibetan style in a soup or stir fry
potato and spinach stir-fried with ginger, garlic, and mild spices
assorted freshly cut vegetables stir-fried with ginger and garlic; also available with tofu
freshly cooked noodles pan-fried with vegetables and served tibetan style in a soup or stir-fry (no rice or tingmo); also available with tofu
freshly cooked noodles with a pan-fried vegetables and served tibetan style in a stir-fry (no rice or tingmo)
also available with tofu
tibetan traditional winter meal with tofu and homemade square dough, snow peas, scallion, cilantro: served tibetan style in a soup large bowl. (no rice or tingmo)
sweet saffron rice with nuts and raisins, topped with homemade yogurt. a tibetan delicacy served on auspicious tibetan holidays such as the h.h. the dalia lama's birthday and losar (tibetan new year)
homemade apple sauce sprinkled with sweetened tsampa tsampa, the traditional tibetan staple food, consists of finely ground-roasted barley. try this delicious blend of traditional american and tibetan food
hot apple cider sprinkled with cottage cheese- similar to the taste of traditional tibetan ale (chang)
homemade yogurt shake with banana, strawberry and mango
aromatic sweet tea; house special blend hot and cold with ice
traditional tibetan tea lightly buttered and salted
slice of fresh ginger, lemon and honey tea (traditional mothers treatment for cold and flu)
herbal or regular.
tibetan steamed bread
sauteed sliced yaksha with jalapeno, onion, ginger, garlic, green and red peppers, fresh spices and cilantro or scallions.
sliced yaksha stir friedwith fresh assorted vegetables.
slice yaksha sauteed with bean spread and potato served with tibetan style in a soup or a stir fry.
sliced yaksha sauteed with cabbage, carrots and seasoned with garlic, ginger, cilantro, or scallion and fresh spices.
freshly cooked noodles and vegetables, served with tibetan style in a pan fried.
freshly cooked noodles and vegetables served tibetan style in a soup.
tibetan traditional winter meal with homemade square dough, cabbage, spinach, served with tibetan in a soup large bowl.
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