Deep in the spectacular Himalayan Mountains, Lhasa is a jewel of a destination. Potala Palace, the former residence of the Dalai Lama, is a major attraction, but you’ll also find numerous important temples and even the world’s highest brewery.
Things to do in Lhasa
4 based on 214 reviews
When you're fed up of traditional Tibetan fare this place is great. Nice big balcony, good menu (best range of veggie friendly options), friendly staff & good bar (although get used to the altitude before you hit the red wine)
3.5 based on 197 reviews
This is a very popular restaurant that serves all the international tourists in a very spacious dining area. Their menu is so big that they have different choices for bread, pancakes, potatoes, beverage and they serve continental, sandwiches, Italian, Chinese, soup, Nepali, Indian and of course Tibetan. We arrived around 1:30 pm in the peak of lunch hour. It was packed and we were lucky to get the last available table. Despite their busyness serving large groups, food came in quickly. We ordered Indian, Chinese and Tibetan momo. The food was good and we were happy. They are not overly priced either. It was a good choice for lunch.
4.5 based on 114 reviews
Small cozy café that serves great coffee. Located in the center of the old town and a peaceful, quiet place to relax and enjoy the ambiance.
Delicious lattes when you are craving western coffee! They make their coffee with bottled water. We had pizza there for lunch one day & it was delicious. We were so hungry for western style food after 8 days traveling around Tibet. Muffins are also very tasty. They also have art work & jewelry of high quality for sale. And best of all a western bathroom!
3.5 based on 160 reviews
Wonderful food in a cozy restaurant gives you a variety of options were many dishes come highly recommended.
Foods were very salty in unreasonably small portion. Drinks had strange taste (banana lassi was unreasonably sour and ice cream yoghurt milkshake was too sweet) Absolutely not worth such expensive price.
Waitress were not willing to serve us that they pretended haven't notice our call and shown bad face when we insisted on asking them for help.
I don't understand why it is ranked so high. Terrible experience.
4.5 based on 29 reviews
Serving American, Indian, Nepali, and Tibetan cuisine, this restaurant is a great place to come to for some variety and awesome selection of dishes.
We ate here as a group, but got to order separately. Nice location, right downtown, but the restaurant faces a peaceful courtyard (we ate inside in the cool weather) away from the hustle and bustle outside. Varied menu that included Nepali and Indian cuisine as well as Tibetan and Chinese. The Chicken Tikka was delicious as was the dal bread. A nice surprise was an espresso bar! A very enjoyable experience -- I wish that we had had a little more time to linger there.
4.5 based on 68 reviews
Tasty, reasonably priced Tibetan cuisine. Great place to grab a nice cold beer while enjoying delicious food.
Four of us had dinner here in the upstairs restaurant that was very easy to find. We had the vegetable bobe on the recommendation of people leaving as we entered as well as shared a yak burger which was very good. The other dishes were also tasty, I just don't remember what we ate except always the French fries! The decor is Tibetan and the waitress speaks English. Menu has pictures which is helpful. It is very reasonably priced as well. Definitely recommend it!
4 based on 80 reviews
Great restaurant in Lhasa with a spectacular view of Barkhor Square. Sit on the rooftop at sunset and enjoy a Lhasa beer with a variety of Tibetan, Nepalese, India and Chinese food options. This restaurant is designed for tourists as everything is in English and you'll find mostly tourists here.
4.5 based on 104 reviews
They also run a hotel for foreigners so don't expect to find locals here. The place is very atmospheric, has a nice rooftop place and the food is very nice (we especially liked the cheese momo). Staff speaks English and menu is English.
4 based on 14 reviews
A cozy little cafe and a tour agency specialised in organising small private tours, serving pizzas, Hong Kong-styled food and some quick meals.<br><br>Note that restaurant hours could be flexible (well... it's Tibet), it should be open during the listed hours 95% of the time, but feel free to walk by, or give us a call before you come.
This small cafe provides beverage menu and free wifi access for its customers. The atmosphere is warm and friendly, you can easily meet visitors from all over the world to exchange conversations/experience; or just give yourself a quiet break in the journey. The owner, Pazu,...MoreHi Nicole, thank you for loving our place, it's very nice to be a part of your amazing Tibet journey!
4 based on 93 reviews
they serve Indian Western, Tibetan & Nepaliphone 0891-6303399two locations, also at Yutok lu #30 la Yingzhufeng weiye 2nd Floor, next to Cinema Hall, Lhasa Tibet China
The food was more Indian and Nepalese than Tibetan. We came here with a group of 15 for a late lunch. We were not impressed with the quality of the food. Everything was edible, but not distinctive or that special. Very inexpensive
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