Momo-Making Demo and Tibetan Meal

Chef/owner Tsering Norbu

Date: Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Time: 6:30pm

Location: Vancouver Tibet Kitchen, 6591 Fraser St., Vancouver

Cost: $20 (cash bar)

Tickets: call 604-224-5133 to pay by credit card, or mail your cheque (made out to TRAS) to the TRAS office

Event details:

Ever had a momo? Think Tibet is on the other side of the world? Well, most of it is… but there is a small part of it right here in Vancouver. It is called Vancouver Tibet Kitchen at 6591 Fraser Street (between East 49th and 50th Aves).

Vancouver Tibet Kitchen specializes in authentic Tibetan cuisine and spicy Indian-style Chinese food. On entering Tibet Kitchen one is immediately transported to a Tibetan world: rich yellow walls with accents of red and blue, beautiful “crown moulding” of gathered fabric, traditional Thangka paintings and framed photos of Tibetan art. Infusing all of this is soft Tibetan chanting creating a tranquil atmosphere. If all this wasn’t enough to transport you, there is the excellent food!

Tsering Norbu and his daughter

No need to wait until February to sample chef/owner Tsering Norbu’s delicacies– but do save the evening of Tuesday, February 28 for Tsering Norbu’s unique demo on how to make momos and Tibetan butter tea, followed by a sit-down delectable Tibetan meal!

Seating is limited, so buy your tickets now to reserve a spot. Tickets must be purchased in advance and will not be available at the door.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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