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Posted by anonymous on 04/18/2010
Great food, i have been there many times and i love the baked noodles. The service is also fantastic, the people are very friendly and very pleasant to talk to. no faults , i would say however there is sometimes this waitress who looks very worried and explores the restaurant a little too much and the seats are a little too tight but nevertheless great food, i definitely recommend it
Posted by maya on 03/02/2010
I went with my friends and we really enjoyed and people are nice. i highly recommend 2 try with friends.
Posted by Ankit on 02/26/2010
The food here is great - Spicy and Flavorful. Seems like a nice mix between Indian style cooking and Chinese style cooking.Atmosphere is perfect- calm and relaxing. Also service is great. I really had a good time and will be haunting this place regularly.
Posted by susan on 01/19/2010
i went with my friends dor dinner and we really loved everything food, atmosphere, service and etc. and we are planning to go back with all our friends. i highly recommend.
Posted by stephnie on 12/19/2009
food in tsampa is very healthy and people are very nice. we loved the food, service and atmosphere. i recommend this restaurant.
Posted by NYU Student on 10/30/2009
I've been to Tsampa about 4 or 5 times now and I love it! The appetizers are delicious; I always get the vegetable momo, so good! For the entree, I absolutely love the baked noodle dish. The ginger sauce on it is to die for. Also, for dessert, get the cake. Its different, but extremely delicious. The atmosphere is really relaxing. I feel like I'm in a zen garden when I'm there. There's an actual garden in the back, so ask to sit back there. Its a great find. I would highly recommend it if you are into Tibetian food.
Posted by ERD on 10/10/2009
eating at Tsampa when I could pay almost half as much and get just as good of a meal at Cafe Himalaya at 1st St and 1st Ave. No complaints honestly, just not worth it considering the wide disparity between Tsampa's prices and the other Tibetan joint in the EV's.