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House of Tibet Restaurant is a family-run restaurant where you will find a very friendly environment and traditional Tibetan decor. Specialties at the Salt Lake City restaurant include Tibetan momos - similar to Chinese potstickers - , vegetable curry, spicy potatoes, lamb curry, chili chicken, fried noodles and rice, lentil soup and more, including some Chinese and Indian dishes. Stop in at lunchtime for the inexpensive all-you-can-eat lunch buffet.
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