At the half way point to Tigers Nest, the taktsang cafeteria presented an awesomely me view to the monastery and simply fabulous, clean, healthy lunch. We were pleasantly surprised!!
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Bhutan doesn't have the Indian system of hundreds of tea and snack shops, either on hills or highways, so one can't expect much out of such cafes. And in a way, it is good to maintain the hygiene and balance of man vs nature, and...More
Any trek to the Tigers Nest is incomplete without a visit to the unique cafe located en route. We chose to drop in at the cafe on the way down from Tigers Nest after receiving divine blessings of this mystic shrine. Well maintained toilets, neat...More
So just getting the ingredients to cook food for crowds up here is nothing short of a miracle since no doubt everything has to be carried by hand/horse/mule. Cafeteria offers tea and biscuits for the weary en route or coming down from the Tiger's Nest,...More
The food is vegetarian, and quite tasty, but definitely not in the gourmet category. This is a great rest stop and break, when either hiking UP to the monastery, or on your return after the hike. Drinks are cold and refreshing, the view is fabulous,...More
You will enjoy a drink and brief respite whilst stopping here. You can sip your tea staring up at Tiger’s Nest and meditate on how amazing the place truly is. Our guide had organised lunch for us on the way down. This was mostly vegetarian...More
We went here to have dinner. It's a beautiful place to eat.Their traditional bhutanese food are the best.Service of the restaurant is average. recommended for the next visit.