Best Chinese restaurants nearby. Discover the best Chinese food in Phuentsholing. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Chinese restaurants near you.. Phuntsholing, also spelled as Phuentsholing (Dzongkha: ཕུན་ཚོགས་གླིང་) is a border town in southern Bhutan and is the administrative seat of Chukha District. The town occupies parts of both Phuentsholing Gewog and Sampheling Gewog.
4 based on 80 reviews
Presently the best chinese restaurant in town, slightly expensive , good is good, service leaves much to be desired. Considering the good decor, quality of food, service is a let down.
A nice mix of Bhutanese and Chinese items. It took a while for the food to come but it was worth the wait. Everyone was pleased with their order. Nice dining area upstairs overlooks the park.
4 based on 67 reviews
The Chinese cuisine here is absolutely delicious. Loved every bite of it. It's a must visit restaurant for Chinese.
A "Park Themed" Multi-Cuisine Restaurant located in the heart of the city in Park Hotel Bhutan.
very spacious dining hall very efficient staff and most all very tasty food. try the bhutanese dishes here - very delicious - both veg and non veg [we recommend the pork]Dear Guest,Thank you for your review! We appreciate all the kind words and are glad that our food and services were up to your satisfaction. We hope to serve you again in the future.With best regards,Jigme
The food is good though the variety is very less. The service is ok. The seating area is also good. The best part is that this hotel is located in the main market and easily accessible. Going to India is also easy from here.
This restaurant is located on the Phunsholling Thimpu highway at a place called Gedu. It will come on way to Thimpu or Paro from Phunsholling. Since it is located adjacent to an Indian Oil Petrol Pump, you can easily see it from a moving vehicle. Run by a family, they serve authentic Bhutanese dishes. We had momos, thukpas, pork curry, fish curry, chicken curry with rice and noodles. Each of these dishes were very tasty and well cooked. Equally good was the well mannered people who served us and the price.This is also the place where we had our first taste of Bhutanese alcoholic drinks. Please dont forget to have K5 if you love whiskey or Zumzin if you love peach wine. And how cheap they are!! I can assure you, you wont like the regular drink after coming back to India.
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