Besides Tibetan food, there are a lot of Chinese and Indian foods in Tibet. The Nepalese restaurant in Gyantse and Szechuan style food in Tingri are all very good. Traditional Tibetan food are varied and you can try them during your Lhasa tour for Lhasa gathers different delicious food from all over the world including western food. The staple "tsampa" is moist barley flour squished into a lump; yak tastes a bit like beef; Momos are dumplings, and are really yummy. You can try the dried yak cheese during your Everest Base Camp Tour and you can also try to sample yak butter tea (which I heard tastes more like broth). Their barley beer tasted like a combination of old beer and lemonade. Many places kindly attempted to make Western style food like pizza or Western breakfast, and some of them taste good, while some do not. Do you want to try the food in Tibet for yourself and why not travel in Tibet? You may start to apply for Tibet travel permit and prepare for your Tibet tours.
Food in Tibet are varied
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