페이지 정보작성자 포탈라 레스토랑 작성일10-10-05 18:38 조회276회 댓글0건
About the establishment:
In 2008, another wave of violence flared up in Tibet. At the time, owner D.P. Lama lived in Korea, but he opened the restaurant to assist his former country of residence from afar. Potala provides the only authentic Tibetan cuisine in Korea, educates customers about Tibetan culture and politics and sends a portion of proceeds to Tibetan children refugee camps.
Some popular dishes are as follows: Chow Mein (8,000 won) is a vegetable, chicken and mutton mix. Yosan Bhakle (6,000 won) is a soft, warm and oval-shaped bread served with honey (a traditional Tibetan breakfast). Dhecy (8,000 won) is a New Year's rice dish that is lightly buttered with almonds, raisins, carrotws and cucumbers.
The Sha Bhakle (7,000 won) is similar to a pita, but the bread pockets taste much fuller, fresher and have a crispy surface. Inside lies a slightly spicy and savory meat and vegetable mix. It's an appetizer-size dish that's definitely worth a try. Also try the Tibetan style vegetable dumplings as it's an ideal way to get your daily vegetable requirements.
A colorful collage of cultutal pieces, family pictures and items for sale (clothes, crafts, jewelry, incense and rugs) create plenty to look at while waiting for food. There is also a smoking room available for groups of nine or less.
104 MYEONG-DOND 2-GA, JUNG-GU, SEOUL 100-021
BUSINESS HOURS: 11AM-11PM
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