Plastic-Free Pleasure

At our stall and pop ups we have always encouraged people to bring their own reusable food containers. A money-back deal makes this offer pretty attractive, and it usually works out well for people in terms of portion sizes too (bring a sizeable container and we aren't going to send it away half empty). When we open our own place (who knows when now - but the plan is still very much there!) we are really excited about launching our reusable tiffin scheme: you will be able to buy one of these off us at cost price, and bring it in for refills every time you take away. For now, of course, social distancing means that none of these initiatives are possible, so before we launched our deliver

Thank You For Staying Home

It's been a mad few weeks. Thank you to everyone for your support for our small business. We are very fortunate to be set up in our own purpose-built commercial kitchen that is designed to cater for large numbers. The deliveries side of things is new to us, however! Mostly we are getting it right. Sometimes we mess up. Thank you so much for your patience and understanding, but most of all thank you for staying at home and letting us come to you! This is when being a family business comes into its own: we are a unit, whether we're working out together in front of Joe Wicks or packing momos into boxes. The tight knit of our team guarantees both our safety and yours. And when all is said and do

The Taste Tibet Momo Beauty Contest

We are so excited about this! Over the last couple of weeks many of you have tagged us in some truly momotastic pictures of your Taste Tibet quarantine meals, including some mouthwatering snaps of the momos you have lovingly reheated at home. Going forwards, we want to reward your best efforts! Starting this week, we are launching the Taste Tibet Momo Beauty Contest, a new weekly competition that could earn you your next momo box for free! All you have to do is tag us @TasteTibet on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter with pictures of your momos in their home setting, and every week Chef Yeshi will select the best of the bunch. The most good-looking momos will win their owner a free large serve o

Life In The Time Of COVID-19 - A Tibet/Oxford Comparison

It's a tale of two cities right now. Here in Oxford it's a weird start to spring. It's beautiful out there, but we can't go out to enjoy it. As harvest time nears, there's a lack of food on the supermarket shelves, and a shortage of fruit and vegetable pickers. Back in January we were worried about family and friends in Tibet. The Chinese imposed very tight restrictions on peoples' movements, and villagers were putting up barricades to prevent the virus from making its way in. Today everyone is able to move freely. Yeshi's mum (pictured) is out enjoying the first peach blossom of the season. But now she's worrying about us. Family in Tibet know that they virus has spread, and that we are at

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