Never forget their delicious food during my Paro Visit. Very calm and quite place, staffs behaviour were very good.
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After you have tried the top ones in Paro, this nice restaurant can also be given a shot. It is on the other side of Paro market (in front of Children's park). We had to wait for an hour to get our meals but as we were four the time passed in no time. We had ordered local cuisine and... More
We went here and ordered a la carte on the recommendation of our guide. It was a very nice meal, with all of the Bhutan specialties made very well. The ema datse with dried chillies was excellent- nice and spicy with tangy cheese. The veg and the cheese momos were very delicious also , served with a spicy red sauce.... More
As soon as we arrived in Paro our guide took us to this restaurant. It was clean, the waiters very nice and the food was excellent. It was a buffet , so we could try many different dishes. After this first try I presumed that all the restaurants in town would be like that, very good . I was wrong.... More
We had three different datsis, ema, hentse and shuma. All three were wonderful. We also had veg momos and cheese momos. We could tell they were freshly made, so tasty The red rice was delicious also. The manager and staff are so nice. We definitely would return.
This was our first Paro food experience but after the Thimpu restaurants a little disappointing. The food was good - just that it was not awesome. We ordered Chinese. Substantive quantity per serving and very good service.
We were taken here for lunch by our tour guide. It was very similar to most of the other tourist buffet/set menu restaurants we visited on our trip, but the food was better. Really nice veggie soup, Chicken and momo, as well as rice, chilli etc. Although we had the set menu, there is a normal a la carte menu... More
We have been searching for indian food which gives us homely food, this restaurant was same. Thought he service is very slow this could be attributed to fact they make everything fresh and hence the taste is good. You have to wait to get the perfect taste. First day we ordered dal, Aloo zeera and mix vegetable which were all... More
We had a last night dinner here with friends who were leaving the day before us. The food and service were excellent. When the power failed in downtown Paro, we were immediately provided with candles.
This is a family run restaurant that is a very nice change from the hotel buffets that you get in Bhutan. The staff are very friendly and attentive. While its still a buffet, its smaller and you don't get large groups of tourists.
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