It's a take-away really, with general Tibetan themed bric-a-brack (a bit scruffy to be honest) and a few places to sit. You can get 3 dishes from the hot counter for £6.50 which we did, plus some Beef Momos (5 for £4). So our tea was a bargain £10.50 for two. We had some of the traditional sweet tea while we waited, or Mrs B did, it wasn't for me this, as I knew it probably wouldn't be.
The food was good though, simple but spicy home cooking, it all tasted clean and healthy too. We had the Luksha Khatsa (mutton curry, lovely tender tasty meat), the Shasha (chicken) and the Ngo Khatsa (chickpea).