Delhi’s Majnu Ka Tila market (MKT), just beside the Gurdwara is a refugee Tibetan colony and an amazing market. This is THE place for good and cheap food especially authentic Tibetan, Chinese and Korean food. Located close to DU’s North campus, this place is always buzzing with college students along with foreigners and locals.
Dolma House – If Tibetan and Chinese food is your go-to, then Dolma House is your place. While they have a wide variety of momos, they are famous for the Chilly Garlic ones specially. They are even known for the sausages. This place also serves Thukpa and Thentuk, which are a huge Tibetan delicacy. While both of them are noodle soups, Thukpa is more of a regular string noodle and Thentuk is a long, flat noodle often cut into little squares.
AMA Café– If you are in mood for some nice cup of coffee and delicious desserts, AMA Café is where you have to be. This is the perfect place for someone looking for a little solitude and nice coffee over a good book or just a few friends catching up over an amazing chocolate dessert.
P.S- Guys, this place is a Catch Now Delhi recommendation so you must visit it 😀
Busan Korean Restaurant– If you are someone who loves to try new cuisines, then it’s time to give Korean cuisine a taste and what better place for that than Busan at Majnu Ka Tila. While the menu is filled with a plethora of Korean dishes, they are famous for the Bibimbap.
Other Tibetan Dishes to try: –
Tingmo– it is steamed bread, also known as a steamed bun, similar to a Chinese flower roll. It is usually had with some curry like Buff Chilli.
Laping– This Tibetan street food is a spicy cold mung bean noodle dish, which is eaten with red pepper chilli, cilantro and green onion sauce. The noodles have a slippery texture and are served with soy sauce gravy. This dish is traditionally a summer food!
How To Reach: Get down at Vishwavidyalaya metro station on yellow line and take a rick from the metro station to Majnu ka tila market.