We had tsampa, yak meat, lamb lung and two kinds of rice, plus barley beer and yak butter tea. So we got to try a typical Tibetan dinner. There is entertainment too, which was enjoyable.
Agree with others that the food was just okay. It is buffet style. I liked that we got to try yak butter tea though. The show was good I just wish there had been a short introduction explaining what part of Tibet the dances were from but that might be because of the strict laws in Tibet. One thing to... More
We had dinner here as part of a tour of China and Tibet. The meal was barely adequate, and the dancing show was "interesting" to put it nicely. From what I observed in Tibet, there aren't many (if any) good places to eat. Most of the restaurants we utilized aren't even listed on TA! I highly recommend a visit to... More
I agree with others that the food is not great, but it was OK. You don't go for the food but the dancers. The performance was enjoyable. We were there with a tour group so I don't know what the prices are,
My wife and I visited the Crazy Yak with a small tour group and greatly enjoyed it, overall, so please consider this a strong recommendation to visit. There was good news and bad news. The food was pretty marginal. Basically, it was a Chinese/Tibetan buffet. Averagely prepared. You won't starve, but don't go there strictly for the cuisine. The service... More
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