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Anyetsang's Little Tibet
|Open Date:||August 1998|
|Address:||415 E. 4th Street|
|Current Owner(s):||Thupten Anyetsang and Lhamo Anyetsang|
|Hours:||Open for Lunch and Dinner. Closed Tuesdays|
Anyetsang's Little Tibet is a Tibetan restaurant at 415 E. 4th Street. It is owned and operated by Thupten and Lhamo Anyetsang and their sons Tenzin and Rinzin. Prior to opening the restaurant in August of 1998, Lhamo Anyetsang was a chef at Siam House and worked at The Bakehouse. The restaurant was renovated into a virtual Tibetan house, with paintings and figures of Himalayan villages, yaks and waterfalls adorning the walls.
In an interview with The Herald Times, Thupten Anyetsang was quoted as saying, "We wanted the exterior to look like a humble, Tibetan house. We want people to feel comfortable when they come here ... to get their money's worth and to enjoy the authentic food."