7 Peaceful Tibetan Eateries In Delhi That’ll Take You Back To The Hills With Momos & Thukpa

by Nikkita Madan | Sat Sep 09 2017

When we think of Tibet, we can’t help but think of how beautiful and peaceful this place is. Probably that’s why we dream of heading there again and again. Here’s a list of the best Tibetan restaurants in Delhi that will do to you exactly what the thought of Tibet does. 

1. Yeti

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Photo Courtesy Of: Yeti- The Himalayan Kitchen 

Yeti is probably the first restaurant that pops up in our head when hunting for a Tibetan restaurant. They give a magnificent view of the Hauz Khas Fort and offer us delicious mutton momos. Their Mutton Platter is also gorgeous along with a Wai Wai Sadeko as a side. You can also head to the GK2 one.

Head to 30, First Floor, Hauz Khas Village 

Say hello at 01140678649

Pay INR 1,300 for two people (approx) 

Explore Yeti-The Himalayan Kitchen 

2. Rigo Restaurant

Located in the mini Tibet of Delhi, Majnu Ka Tila, is the Rigo Restaurant. Though finding this one is a bit of a task, but it’s completely worth it. When here, dig into devil momo chicken and chilli garlic chicken noodles. 

Head to 180, Tibetan Old Camp, Majnu Ka Tila

Say hello at 01123817714

Pay INR 600 for two people (approx) 

Explore Rigo Restaurant 

3. Little Tibet

Again this one is a hidden gem in the teeny tiny Tibet abode of Delhi. This one is super cheap and people are bonkers over their noodles. Go try it out for yourselves.

Head to House 16, Block 7, Majnu Ka Tila 

Say hello at +91 7042287888

Pay INR 300 for two people (approx) 

4. Tibet Kujing

This one is not a proper restauarnt but instead gives a homely vibe and comfort food to their patrons. The dishes that they provide are pretty basic. When here, don’t forget to try the thukpa noodles.

Head to 125, Block C, Mukherjee Nagar 

Say hello at +91 8506942644

Pay INR 400 for two people (approx) 

5. Cafe Lungta

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Photo Courtesy Of: Cafe Lungta 

Hushed away in the calm market of sector 15, Gurgaon is Cafe Lungta. It’s situated above Cocktails & Dreams Speakeasy and probably that’s why when you head here in evening, you like it more. They serve authentic Tibetan and Nepalese cuisine. When here, don’t forget to try Chicken Thukpa and Nepali Thali.

Head to Ground Floor, SCO 23, Sector 15, Gurgaon

Say hello at +91 8750582297

Pay INR 800 for two people (approx)

Explore Cafe Lungta

6. Momo Queen

We all know momos came from Tibet. So what’s a more Tibetan place than Momo Queen? This mini outlet has a wide range of momos, thukpa, noodles, rice and soup. Basically, a visit here will give you an insight into the best of their street food.

Head to Shop 5, B-1, Vasant Kunj

Say hello at 09205079881

Pay INR 600 for two people (approx)

Explore Momo Queen

7. Lama Kitchen

In the party hub of South Delhi, you can find a mini Tibet called Lama Kitchen. The moment you enter the eatery, you are welcomed with Tibetan songs. The windows of the place give a lush green view of the Fort, which makes you feel like you’re literally in the hills. The menu features Tibetan and Nepalese cuisine. When here, do try the thukpa and Tibetan yak butter tea.

Head to 50A, 2nd Floor, Hauz Khas Village

Say hello at 0112651 9559

Pay INR 1,500 for two people (approx)

Explore Lama Kitchen

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Nikkita Madan

A 21-year-old wordsmith, Nikkita runs on inappropriate thoughts and mounds of caffeine. When not engrossed in words, she binge-watches web series and pigs out on thin crust pizza!