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scbuzz

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Tibetan Food Thu, 07/6/06 8:58 AM (permalink)
My Girlfriend and I were in North Hampton MA over the 4th of July weekend and we ate at a neat little Tibetan resturant called Lhasa.

I had dumplings filled with Yak meat. At least that's what they said. My girlfriend had a Yak and Bok choy stir fry. I tried the Tibetan butter tea. It's made of tea, Yak butter and milk and very salty. It was interesting, but not something I would go for on a regular basis.

Not all that expensive and overall a very satisfying experience.



 
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