Ganglamedo

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Ganglamedo 冈拉梅朵

Westerners are often surprised – well this westerner was – that the Tibetan diet consists chiefly of meat. But when you think about it, there isn’t much of an alternative to yak on the high grasslands, unless it’s mutton or goat. Ganglamedo is the Beijing branch of a Lhasa restaurant so its claims to authenticity are at least plausible. Beautiful religious art and artful lighting attempt to create a highland atmosphere in our desert lowlands. Yak steaks and meatballs are the order of the day, but non-carnivores need not despair; the eight prosperity symbols dish mixes mushrooms, corn, carrots, cucumber, ginseng, kidney beans and yam into an eatable dish. Tsampas – a kind of simple bread – are the Tibetan staple. To drink try the Lhasa beer or barley wine.

Chaoyang Park 朝阳公园

1/F, Great Hyatte Int’l Apartments, 38 Zaoying Beili, Chaoyang District

朝阳区枣营北里38号海悦名门公寓1号

Phone 6592 3159

Daily 9am-2am

WiFi wireless internet access

Parking available

Delivery available

No Smoking sections

Chinese bank cards accepted

www.ganglademo.com

 

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