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First Review by LiliBat

tibétain avec nombreuses options veganes - Edit

la serveuse est très amicale et chaleureuse. Elle nous a expliqué les plats vegans de la carte et conseillé sur des choix. Nous avons pris deux galettes frites aux légumes et une autre aux épinards. possibilité de prendre à emporter en negociant

Pros: Le accueil , les plats

Cons: aucun

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Vegan-friendly Tibetan restaurant - Edit

Very friendly restaurant - happy to take time to show us which dishes were vegan and very patient given we arrived not long before they were due to close for the afternoon.
It was really peaceful and relaxed, pleasant atmosphere for a break from seeing the sights.
We hadn't had Tibetan food before so we tried the mixed starter platter and 2 very different mains. The starter platter had a good mixture of flavours and textures - fried dumplings, tofu in a sauce, crunchy cabbage salad and potato cakes with a yummy green sauce.
Also tried some Tibetan tea which came with a wooden bowl to drink from and went well with the food.
If you're a huge fan of steamed dumplings, the first main on the menu has 2 tiers of dumplings, a glass noodle salad and some sauce. It was pleasant but we both preferred the main (sorry, have forgotten the name) that has thinly-sliced veg protein, a salad, dahl and rice, nice and spicy, a generous portion and good variety within the dish.

Pros: 70% vegan , Knowledgeable about veganism and happy to explain , Nice atmosphere

Cons: Not huge portions

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Good place for a light meal - Edit

I recently tried this place for the first time and have to agree with the other reviewers: the food is really good,the owner is friendly and accommodating, but the portions are super small. I'm someone who doesn't eat that much and usually can't finish both a starter and a main course (at the average restaurant), but at this place I was still hungry after both. So, I would recommend this restaurant for a light meal. Or you may want to pre-emptively order a side of rice or something along with your main dish.

The menu is made up of around 70% vegan items, but as these are not indicated, you need to ask the server which are which. The owner is very familiar with what veganism is, and was very happy to point out the vegan dishes. It would be nice, though, if they would print a new version of the menu with the differences clearly marked.

On a side note, the restaurant's interior (especially on the ground floor) is very charming. There are traditional motifs and Tibetan masks, and the Dalai Lama smiles upon you benevolently from a large black and white photo on the back wall.

Pros: good food, lots of vegan dishes, friendly staff, charming decor

Cons: small portions, vegan dishes not indicated on menu

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Nice Tibetan restaurant with vegan options - Edit

This Tibetan restaurant turned vegetarian in 2015 and offers various vegan options, except for dessert. The staff is very friendly and helpful, the waitress tells you which dish is vegan. The place is cozy with Tibetan decors. I had vegetable fritters as a starter. They were really good with a beautiful coriander sauce. I also tried the soya chunks fritters but I was not impressed. My main course was Tibetan dumplings filled with spinach. They were good but the whole was not amazing. To sum up, the place is nice and food is usually good but I'm not sure to come back often. Portions are not huge but sufficient and prices are coherent with the central location. Give it a try but do not expect too much from the food (good but not amazing).

Pros: vegan options, friendly staff, cozy place

Cons: no vegan dessert, not huge portion

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very tasteful but little portion - Edit

Accueil en costume traditionnel.
Service chaleureux.
60 % vegan, la serveuse très gentille connait le veganisme.
Choix de salades, soupes, chaussons, pâtes, riz, protéines de soja, légumes.
Céréales blanches ou complètes, plats sans gluten.
Cuisine très parfumée mais petites parts. Thés, boissons soft, alcool, vins.
Quartier Latin de Notre-Dame, des universités, rues anciennes et façades haussmanniennes.
Entrées de 5,50€ à 7€
Plats de 12,50€ à 18€
Dessert de 4€ à 6€
Menus de 16€ à 21€

Horaires : ouvert tous les jours de 12h à 14h30 et de 19h à 22h30. Fermé le dimanche et le lundi midi.


The service is made by a kind warmful woman in traditionnal clothes.
60% vegan. The waitresse knows well veganism.
Choice of salad, pasta, rice, soup, raviole, soya chunks and vegetables. Cereals are white or integral or without gluten.
Very smelly tasteful meal but too little portions.
Tea, wine, softs, alcohol.
Starter from 5,50€ to 7€
Main dishe from 12,50€ to 18€
Desert from 4€ to 6€
Menu 16€ to 18€
Neighbourhood of Notre-Dame, "Quartier Latin" with university and Haussmann front (XIXe s).

Open every day 12:00 to 2:30 pm / 7:00 pm to 10.30 pm
Closed on sunday. On monday open only for dinner.

Cons : Very little portions in relation to the price
Pros : Typical and very tasteful

Pros: typique et très savoureux

Cons: quantités limitées, serveuse âgée surchargée de travail, trop cher pour la quantité servie

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Excellent restaurant - Edit

This nice restaurant is just near our flat, it's 70% vegan according to the waitress (who's very lovely and gives great advice about the food). The music made me feel at home, very nice vibe, not too many people (at least this one time). The food is excellent, new and tasty and it's served very quickly... The mains cost between 11€ and 14€. The restaurant is just next to another tibetan restaurant, a lot bigger, which is a pro because people tend to go there so Pemathang says very cosy. We loved it and we'll be back !

Pros: excellent food, nice vibe and music, great waitress

Cons: restaurant prices

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