Cooking for our community

We're delighted to be working with Oxford Mututal Aid's Kitchen Collective to provide free food to vulnerable people our community. Please support us to continue this work donating nourishing meals to as many people as we can.

Taste Tibet deliveries, takeaways and gift vouchers

The doors to our new premises are now open! Visit us at 109 Magdalen Road for takeaway every Friday and Saturday evening, or order online for home delivery on Thursdays. You can still purchase gift vouchers too, and don't forget to sign up to our mailing list for ongoing exclusive discounts + freebies. For food storage and reheating instructions click here.

 "Hidden foodie gem" 

 - BBC Good Food Magazine 

About Us

Taste Tibet is the food of Yeshi Jampa. Born and brought up in rural Tibet, Yeshi learned to cook nomadic food outdoors at a young age. He found his way to Oxford via India, picking up exciting new flavours along the way.

We cook the finest, freshest, most authentic Tibetan food this side of the Himalayas. Find us at markets, festivals, university college balls, weddings and private events. Get in touch to find out more.​


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Our Food

Tibetan food is delicious and must be tried! We cook using home-grown, organic and locally-sourced ingredients, and import some special flavours direct from Tibet. Our food is always served with care for the environment in compostable packaging. Read more about our food below or click here for a sample menu.


'I'd been a regular at Taste Tibet for literally years before I even took on the job of catering food for the St Peter's Anne's 2017 Spectrum Ball and knew they had to be there! They were effortlessly professional the whole time and all of the guests who went absolutely loved their curries, momos and magnificent tent. If you're having an Oxford ball (or any other big catering event!) you'd be an absolute fool not to get the dream team of Yeshi and Julie involved' 
- James, Catering Manager, St Peter's & St Anne's Ball

The Tent

Our tent is based on traditional Tibetan designs. Nomadic tents are black and made of yak hair - not suitable for UK street food. Ours, called a 'yagye go', is often seen in summer on the Tibetan grasslands at times of parties and picnics - which can last for several days.

We use our tent at festivals, weddings and private events. Get in touch to find out more.

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