$10 for $20 Worth of Tibetan Fare and Drink at Shambala Tibetan Restaurant

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In a Nutshell

  • Relaxing atmosphere
  • Potato or beef handmade momos dumplings
  • Pillow seating available

The Fine Print

  • Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts
  • Limit 1 per table
  • Reservation required
  • Tax and gratuity not included
  • Expires 18 May 2011
Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

There are many activities that should not be performed on an empty stomach, including swimming, surgery, and swimming 30 minutes after having your appendix removed. Acquire activity fuel with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of Tibetan fare and drinks at Shambala Tibetan Restaurant on Rue St-Denis. Mouths gobble eclectic dishes derived from Tibet in this Zen-inducing eatery located in downtown. Dabble in six delectable handmade momos dumplings ($7.99), plumped with potato or beef fillings as bottoms find solace from a wooden chaired world atop traditional pillow seating.

Reviews

RestoMontreal reviewers give Shambala Tibetan Restaurant an average of 3.5 stars, while 5 Yelpers give it an average of three stars:

  • I recommend the dumplings to begin, and then any of the choices from the meat dishes. – jberger, RestoMontreal
  • The beef dumplings were quite good, with some flavors in there that were different than the Chinese food I am used to. – Tim P., Yelp


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