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Tibet Restaurant

Tibet Restaurant Review

This place is famous for its budget prices and relatively late-night hours (daily 3 pm–midnight). As the first Tibetan restaurant in the Netherlands, you can get some authentic dishes here, like momo (dumplings) and various pork offerings that come either in spicy "folk-style" chunks or milder "family-style" shreds, though the majority of the menu is (ironically) dedicated to standard Chinese Szechuan fare.

    Restaurant Details

  • Credit cards accepted.
  • No lunch.
Updated: 10-22-2012

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