Yee Lifestyle & Food
Cooking Haapai Hoentay in Haa valley: Hoentay is a traditional Buckwheat dumpling special to the valley of Haa in Bhutan. From the rich filling full of turnip shreds, loam, special Phillu cheese, zimtsi and chilli, to the unique buckwheat dough skin -HOENTAY is a must-try. Join Karma Samdrup as he brings […]
Laphing noodle, a popular street food dish originating from Tibet, has made its way across Asia, particularly having a prominent impact on Sikkimese and Nepalese cuisine. In the past year, Laphing Fever has taken Thimphu by storm, and the trendiest restaurants have jumped onto the craze. Written by Hannah Park, […]
Honestly, Bhutanese love having breakfast at home. But if you find yourself craving for something different – say, maybe on a weekend you want to enjoy a late breakfast or brunch with friends, a loved one or alone, here’s a list of places to explore for a meal that’s more than just tea and toast.
New Cafés in Paro You have to Try There was a time when we were lost and confused trying to figure out where to eat or even get a decent cup of coffee in Paro. But now we are more than ecstatic to share the YEE list of where and […]