Gesangmedo

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Gesangmedo 格桑梅朵

The basic paradox of a Tibetan restaurant is that Tibetan food is, to put it kindly, simple and unpretentious. To put it unkindly, it mainly consists of greasy meat and tsampa (a kind of bread). So how do you make it interesting enough to keep restaurant punters rolling in? One answer is to adopt elements from neighboring cuisines, mixing in traditional Chinese and Indian flavors. That's what Tibetans do back home and Gesangmedo adopts the same approach. Another way is to make your restaurant space an irresistible attraction. Gesangnmedo reflects the genuine passion of its owner for Tibetan art and culture. The interior is the nearest thing you will find to an authentic Tibetan inn this side of Sichuan, with beautiful wood-beamed ceilings, dazzling colors, ornate carvings, sculptures, paintings and prayer flags look like the real thing because they are the real thing, collected by the owner on his annual pilgrimages to the west. Every night there's a floor show of Tibetan song and dance. And of course there's yak butter tea. Try it once.

Sanlitun 三里屯

2/F, Xingfuercun Shangye Bldg, Xindong Lu (across from the Canadian Embassy), Chaoyang District

朝阳区幸福二村商业楼二层加拿大大使馆对面

Phone 6417 9269

Daily 11am-midnight

WiFi wireless internet access

Parking available

All chinese and foreign credit cards accepted

 

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