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Makye Ame (Mǎjíāmǐ)
Makye Ame (Mǎjíāmǐ) Review
Prayer flags lead you to the second floor entrance of this Tibetan restaurant, where a pile of mani stones and a large prayer wheel greet you. Long Tibetan Buddhist trumpets, lanterns, and handicrafts decorate the walls, and the kitchen serves a range of hearty dishes that run well beyond the staples of yak-butter tea and tsampa (roasted barley flour). Try the vegetable pakoda (a deep-fried dough pocket filled with vegetables), curry potatoes, or roasted lamb spareribs. Heavy wooden tables with brass corners, soft lighting, and Tibetan textiles make this an especially soothing choice.
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