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April 24, 2017

Regular visitors to our stall in Oxford's Gloucester Green may already be familiar with this smiling face. The new addition to the Taste Tibet team is Chef Namdi. Namdi hails from Tibet, but he spent many years working in restaurants and bars in Belgium. Welcome Namdi!...

February 27, 2017

Great news for fans of Taste Tibet! We are starting up a Saturday stall in Oxford's Gloucester Green market, beginning this weekend (04/03/17).

We gave up our Saturday pitch two years ago, when our stall started to gain fame and we couldn't make enough momos! The proble...

February 20, 2017

Tibetan New Year takes place on February 28th this year. We will be celebrating with Tibetan friends at the weekend, and probably with momos and beer. But this is not traditional fare.

While momos inevitably form part of the New Year's celebration in Tibet, the most tra...

January 24, 2017

For centuries, Tibet was a largely unexplored land. The Silk Road did not traverse the great peaks of this mountainous region, and traders and explorers were kept at bay. Tibetan people did not welcome the outsiders who dared to scale the world's highest peaks for a gl...

January 17, 2017

Back home, my family are getting ready for Losar, or Tibetan New Year. This is without doubt the biggest celebration of the year, but in my village everyone always celebrates a little earlier than the actual event, as the farmers usually take off for the new season in...

January 3, 2017

Happy new year everyone!

Taste Tibet spent the holidays in NYC, visiting friends and family. The ulterior motive was a scoping out of the New York Tibetan food scene, which is largely concentrated in Queens. 

There are probably around 10,000 Tibetan people living in...

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