Lovely little cafe selling delicious Tibetan food. I had the non veg thali and my boyfriend has the veg thali- recommend both. Get a lassi too!
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That was one of those rare surprises when you walk looking around for a place for dinner. The food, drinks, the beautiful Tibetan woman that owns this small coffee restaurant, the events that she organises, the (mainly) Scottish clients, the prices, the atmosphere, everything was...More
I highly recommend the chai masala and any of the curries. Very prompt service, and I can use the free wifi while I wait.
I've lived in Northern India and I have to say this place is just incredible! The owner makes the most delicious thali and chai, the perfect antidote to a Scottish rainy day. I just loved the food, decor, and friendly atmosphere. Felt like I was...More
This was my first Tibetan cafe' experience. Came here with my brother during the weekend and I have to say we had a wonderful time. The place is really warm and comfy and the manager there is so friendly. The food is also very yummy....More
I was here regularly during my stay in Edinburgh, and I returned every time because of the warm and welcoming atmosphere. Rika, the owner, makes customers feel welcome, and will always take the time to chat with you, whether you are a regular or not....More
I've visited here a few times before and whilst the curries are amateurish at best, I do like the service and the atmosphere, and the tea is good. But my most recent visit was really bad and I will not be returning in a hurry....More
Went in for lunch on a very cold March day and was immediately welcomed. Small and friendly and the smell of good food was exactly what was required. We went for the Samosas to start followed by two Thalia. All the food was superb and...More