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Traditional Bhutanese Cuisine: Rich and Spicy Dishes

Most Bhutanese Cuisine is rich and spicy with a lot of cheese and chili. Rich in carbohydrates, the typical Bhutanese dish is rice with curry. It is advisable that visitors stick to the Chinese, Continental, or Indian cuisine that is served in most restaurants. Visitors can also choose from various vegetarian and non-veg food.

Bhutanese cuisine is typically served with ara, a type of Bhutanese rice wine. Tea is also a popular beverage in Bhutan, and Bhutanese people often drink butter tea locally known as Suja, which is made with tea leaves, butter, and salt.

Overall, traditional Bhutanese cuisine is a delicious blend of spicy and savory flavors, with a strong emphasis on locally grown ingredients and the use of chili peppers. It is worth trying for anyone visiting Bhutan.

Experience the Local Culture: Tibetan Dumplings and Ema Datshi

You can also try out momos, the Tibetan dumplings, and for those daring, you may try out the ema datshi dish served with cheese and chili and other typical Bhutanese dishes. Most Bhutanese dishes are rich and spicy with a lot of cheese and chili. Rich in carbohydrates, the typical Bhutanese dish is rice with curry.

Alternative Options for Visitors: Chinese, Continental, and Indian Cuisine

It is advisable that visitors stick to the Chinese, Continental, or Indian cuisine that is served in most restaurants. Visitors can also choose from various vegetarian and non-veg food. You can also try out momos, the Tibetan dumplings, and for those daring, you may try out the ema datshi dish served with cheese and chili and other typical Bhutanese dishes.