We have eaten far more than our share of momos, and Gakyi's fried momos are some of the best in town. They give you a generous helping of about fourteen small momos and lightly fry them on one side. This gives them a crispness that is not too greasy but still delicious. We recommend the spinach and cheese, well worth the price. Besides that, Gakyi has a variety of great Tibetan food. We particularly enjoyed the fried brown rice with tofu, as brown rice is not something that you see often in India. They also cut up the tofu in small pieces, making it well integrated into each bite and easy to eat with the rice. The lamen fried noodles were also very good. All of the helpings are generous without being too too much.
The atmosphere is typical to a small restaurant in town, with only five tables, and often people who don't know each other sitting at the same table to make room. It's not a spot to relax and hang out for a long time, however, as the restaurant is rather small. You'll see Tibetans as well as travelers there. The woman in charge is very friendly, and always brings your bill promptly when you ask for it. I would highly recommend taking time to eat a meal at Gakyi.
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