The Tibetan food culture is heavily influenced by its neighbours - majorly Indian and Nepalese - so the food you would be eating will not be so unfamiliar.
If you are a foodie and love exploring new cuisines, make sure you add Tibetan cuisine to your list and try these 7 dishes that will tantalise your taste buds.
Here are some exciting places in Delhi, other than Majnu Ka Tila that you can visit to try some scrumptious Tibetan food.
Looking for a tasty soup recipe? Try your hands on this delicious Tibetan-style chicken thukpa recipe.
The intense burst of sunset has coloured the mountain tops a deep, rippling orange-gold as I walk down to Darjeeling's boisterous market place. The stalls are overflowing with fresh produce even though it is winter.
What's common between momo and thukpa is their arduous journey from the mountainous Tibet, whereon they travelled widely and influenced other cultures to embrace them along the way.
Apart from momos and thukpa, there're so many other Tibetan Street food recipes that we are sure you all would love to devour. Wondering what those are? Take a look.
You dont need to cross borders to try out these delicious dishes. These authentic Nepalese dishes will transport you to the Tibetan land.
Situated right next to the entrance of Hauz Khas Fort, Lama Kitchen is serving up authentic Nepalese and Tibetan cuisine to its diners.
If you are looking for a delicious culinary trip across the world's highest mountains, drop down at Yeti - The Himalayan Kitchen in Connaught Place.