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Nomad Tibetan Restaurant
  1593 Solano Ave./Tacoma Ave.  Featuring a woodsy decor, with hand-crafted wood tables and art by a local Tibetan artist, this comfortable spot provides a restive retreat.  A good way to start a meal is with the juicy beef momo dumplings, which are very much like pot stickers, and particularly tasty with the house sauce.   Among the many vegetarian items is duluma, a slice of eggplant topped with an assortment of other vegetables in a tasty sauce.  Traditionally, ting-mo—hand-rolled Tibetan steam buns that look like big yellow flowers--are used to sop up the sauce.  Among the many more dishes I want to try are Shambala curry and ngo-thuk (stir-fried noodles with beef and vegetables).  You can enhance your meal with salty Tibetan butter tea or sweet ginger tea. 

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