About this business
From Our Editors
Beneath a dining-room ceiling lined with blue, yellow, red, green, and white prayer flags, House of Tibet indulges its patrons with a menu of traditional Tibetan and Indian home cooking. The cuisine complements the colorful decor with its bold, vibrant flavors, as evidenced by dishes such as the fried dumplings stuffed with savory beef or the chicken and lamb curries. Vegetarian meals appear just as prominently throughout the menu, tempting guests with the promises of chow mein tossed with fresh vegetables or fried cauliflower glazed with a Manchurian-style sauce.