High Ultra Lounge is celebrating all things Tibetan with their Tibetan Food Festival and giving you a chance to enjoy the last of the winter with warm bowls of thukpa and what not. We recommend you start off with the mokthuk that comes with vegetable, chicken or beef dumplings. You can feast of momos or sha phaley (fried momos-variant) or go straight to thukpa. We recommend the beef thukpa which is bowlful of warmth and you'll polish off the bowl in no time. If you still have some space, then definitely order the shaptra, which is either tender pieces of lamb or beef stir-fried in chilli, celery and oyster sauce. Finish off your meal with a portion of sweet Tibetan sticky rice that's cooked in butter and with mixed dried fruit.
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Mokthuk To Laping: Enjoy The Last Of The Winter At 421 Feet Above Ground With This Tibetan Menu
How’s the venue?
The Tibetan Food Festival is happening at High Ultra Lounge, which is touted to South India's highest rooftop bar.
Make a note
The menu is available only for dinner and the festival in on from Friday, January 17 to Sunday, January 26.