Festival Accès Asie is pleased to invite gourmet foodies to a mouthwatering event! Sunday, May 10th starting at noon OM restaurant will offer an introduction to Tibetan culinary arts.
Renowned for its unique and generous cuisine that combines Indian and Tibetan culinary savoir‐faire, OM restaurant invites the public to an exotic three‐course menu. Guests will be welcomed with aromatic Tibetan tea to inspire a unique ambience right from the start. A delicious Then Thuk vegetarian soup will be served next. The main course will feature three tasty steamed and stuffed momos (dumplings) and a Ping‐sha, stir‐fried beef with bean noodles and wild mushrooms. Timo, Tibetan bread steamed to perfection, and salad will be served with every dish. To end on a sweet note, Dhe‐sil, a sweet rice desert, will be served with homemade yogurt.
In addition to tasting these delicious dishes, foodies will be able to participate in a Momo workshop offered by OM restaurant chef Yangchen Lhamo. What a fabulous way to take home a yummy Tibetan souvenir!
Reservation is required for this event since the restaurant can welcome a maximum of 30 people. So don’t be late booking your place for this wonderful culinary journey to Tibet!
Born in Manali, India, Yangchen Lhamo studied in Darjeeling where, in 1975, she became a member of the famous Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts – Dharamsala. In 1987, thanks to the very generous support of Thubten Samdup, the current representative of the Dalaï‐Lama in the United Kingdom and Northern Europe, Yangchen moved to Montreal with her family. From a cook at home to a catering chef, she has become the head of a family business. Open since 2003, OM restaurant offers a unique cuisine uniting Indian and Tibetan culinary traditions.
Chef Yanghcen Lhamo