Tibetan Kitchen

Manhattan, New York City

Closed as of Mar 1 11

444 3rd Ave
NY, New York 10016


3.6 / 3 votes

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Family Run Tibetan Fare

Small restaurant run by a Tibetan family. They serve a half vegetarian menu. Most entrees are under $10. They have Momo (dumplings), and hearty vegetarian soups, which are really more like stews. They also have bocha, the traditional salted butter tea.

Added by inah on Apr 17 04 (last updated Feb 12 12)

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ARGH! They expanded their space and they taste terrible now! I can sense that nothing is handmade anymore. I've left my old review below, in the hopes that they will return.

I no longer order the Then Thook. The dumplings have become thin, and are obviously cut by a knife, not pulled off by hand. The broth has become flavorless, and some of the vegetables have decreased in quantity and quality. Too bad, but they're off my list of neighborhood eats.

OLD REVIEW, was given a 7---

I always get the vegetable then thook when I feel sick. It is the best comfort food. Also, get the steamed "ting mo" bread if possible. It is rolled bread, and good with the soup. The food comes out of the kitchen on the bland side. I recommend spicing it up with the chili oil and soy sauce on the tables.

For those familiar with Korean, then thook is like sujaebi, hand rolled dumplings (not filled, just dough blobs) in broth.

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Very nice food and people. It is small but has a warm feeling. I went there many times and the food was always good quality!!

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Kip's Bay


Between 30th and 31st, next to the library.


Accepts Reservations

Wheelchair Accessible


$ - inexpensive


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  • Tibetan


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noon - 3am;
5pm - 11pm
2pm - 11pm

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