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Each decoration serves as a reminder of Buddhist philosophy. Everything you see in the restaurant has a meaning associated with it to help make life easier and more pleasurable for everyone in the community. Tibet’s has been decorated with strategically placed items to create the best energy for the space. The use of natural substances such as rock, wood, water, aromatic scents, light, and sound create a relaxing environment in which to share a great meal with your friends, loved ones, and co-workers.

The restaurant is decorated with authentic Tibetan religious and social icons. The handmade masks help ward off evil spirits. The “Thangka” (fabric scrolls with gods depicted in the middle) are deities in themselves, but they are akin to Christian saints in that each one is called upon for a special need. The tigers on the handmade rugs are for protection. The water fountain is a traditional symbol for the flow of life and nourishment. It is adjacent to a live tree and rests underneath a traditional line of prayer flags and hand woven tapestry of an ancient Tibetan city. Underneath a traditional crossbow is an authentic map of Tibet which depicts not only where Tibet lays but also depicts daily life and they types of animals natural to the environment. Our photos lining the walls are of actual Tibetan people in daily life. The photo of a child spinning a prayer wheel is a scene one might see each morning as many wheels are then spun in preparation for the day to come.


All of Tibet’s Interior décor are authentic Tibetan decorations were complied by Tenzin Passang of Tibet Gallery (303) 402-0140 in Boulder.

We here at Tibet’s welcome all people to our restaurant. We respect His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet and His Holiness Gyalwang Karmapa’s teachings of peace, tolerance, forgiveness, compassion, self-discipline, and harmony.


At the entrance, a picture of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet sits over the rock water fountain and live tree. The Dalai Lama is well respected for his religious insights, leadership in Buddhism, and promoting world peace.
The photo adjacent to the Tibetan flag is of His Holiness Gyalwang Karmapa he is the 17th reincarnation of Karmapa. Each Karmapa is important in spreading and preserving Tibetan Buddhist teachings.


If you are interested in learning more about the His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet or His Holiness the 17th Gyalwang Karmapa you can find information on numerous websites including; and
We have strived to make this restaurant a great space for you to relax, reenergize, and successfully conduct business over a delicious meal! Please feel free to look over our many decorations and ask your server about their meanings. We are happy to bring a piece of our culture to our customers as well as learn about theirs! We are happy to discuss our many dishes and are eager to help you Experience the Fantastic Taste of Tibet’s!!


Tibet’s is a warm, safe, accepting, and friendly place to meet with friends, family, co-workers, and clients over a great meal! It is a great place to escape stress, regain your balance, as well as nourish your body and soul. All of us at Tibet’s believe in peace and harmony and putting good energy and a smile into everything we do. Our photos lining the walls are of actual Tibetan people in daily life. The photo of a child spinning a prayer wheel is a scene one might see each morning as many wheels are then spun in preparation for the day to come. The flat screen television shows pictures of Tibet, from daily living to special events, to the highest of the mountain tops, and the quiet inner beauty of a child’s smile. Our music is from Tibet, and helps to calm the stress and raise your spirits!


Colors balance the emotions and elements to bring inner and outer peace. So many Tibetan items use the five colors in them. Each color has a special meaning associated with it to represent the five elements of earth, wind, fire, water, and sky.

Red = fire White = Wind Blue = Sky Yellow = Earth Green = Water

The balance of these elements creates a peaceful, successful, loving, and good life for all. These colors are throughout the decorations and the restaurant to create a balanced place for all to enjoy their meals and their day. The combinations of these colors bring balance and stability for all.


Owners and Staff
Tibet’s is owned by Sangay Kyab, Mark Herman, and Pasang Sherpa. They employ a staff of positive servers who also embrace Tibetan values and strive to create the best environment possible for you to enjoy your meal, conversations with friends and family, and have much success in business!


Tibet’s Goals
At one time Tibet was a very remote culture hidden high in the mountains. Winds of change have scattered its people across the world. Here we are offering a piece of this beautiful culture to preserve it for todays and future peoples. By dining here you are helped to preserve Tibetan culture through participating in an ancient culture of community sharing of meals and goodwill. Also, a portion of the proceeds are donated to the Colorado Tibetan Culture association which helps promote Tibetan culture here in Colorado.

We are bringing our home to you and want this to be your home too!
So spin the prayer wheels clockwise on your way in or take a moment to admire the beautiful banners representing the elements of life. Enjoy your meal and realize that you are participating in an ancient culture of sharing and creating good karma in your life!

We are located on McCaslin, a half mile north of Hwy 36 on the west side of the street between Cherry Blvd and Century Blvd. We offer authentic Tibetan cuisine in a relaxing atmosphere. All of our dishes are made fresh to order. Please let us know of any special request (including dairy free, gluten free or vegan) which we will gladly accommodate for you.


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