What would you say about a restaurant which is tucked away in an "upper storey road" in the midst of a bustling taxi stand and whose exteriors and facade can at best be called "modest" ? But once you decide to check it out by stepping inside, you will slowly change your opinion. The USP of Kunga is food, food and food --- tastewise, quantitywise and pricewise. Each one of its items is worth a try but momos, noodle soups & spring rolls probably sell the most. The portions are large (which other resaturant will give you 10 delicious large sized chicken momos in a plate for some 95 rupees ?) Kunga has an open kitchen adjacent to the sitting area and you can see your orders being prepared. The restaurant ,however ,suffers from a serious space crunch and only about 22 people can sit inside at a time. It is quite crowded in most evenings. One can have lunch there when it is relatuively less crowded and get the food packed in the evenings and carry it to your hotel. Overall , a great eating experience of Tibetian food but if you expect spacious interiors, AC ambiance, imaculately dressed waiters and high class cutlery, then this place is not for you.
If you own or manage Kunga Restaurant, register now for free tools to enhance your listing, attract new reviews, and respond to reviewers.