Welcome to Tamu Homestay Tumsong Dinning
Jaand – Jaand is a type of home-brewed alcoholic beverage made from fermented millet or rice. It is a popular drink during festivals and special occasions in Darjeeling.
Thongba – Thongba is a traditional Darjeeling drink made from fermented millet or barley. It is a popular drink in the mountainous regions of Darjeeling, particularly in the Limbu community. It is served in a wooden container called a dhungro and is typically consumed with a bamboo straw.
Juices – Darjeeling is known for its fresh and delicious orange juices. Other popular fruit juices in Darjeeling include mango, pineapple, and watermelon.
Momos – Momos are a popular street food in Darjeeling and are similar to dumplings. These are made with a filling of vegetables, chicken, pork, or beef and are served with a spicy sauce.
Churpee – Churpee is a popular local cheese made from yak’s milk. It is often served as a snack and can be eaten raw or cooked in different dishes.
Aloo Dum – Aloo Dum is a popular potato dish in Darjeeling that is made with baby potatoes cooked in a spicy tomato-based gravy. It is often served with puris or parathas.
Thukpa – Thukpa is a popular noodle soup in Darjeeling that is served with a variety of vegetables, chicken, or beef. It is often served with momos as a side dish.
Sael Roti – Sael Roti is a sweet and crispy bread made with rice flour and is a popular street food in Darjeeling.
Darjeeling Tea – Darjeeling is famous for its tea, which is grown in the surrounding hills. The tea has a unique flavor and is often served with milk and sugar.
Homestays usually have specific timings for meals. Guests should follow the meal timings to ensure that the food is served fresh and hot.
Homestays often serve meals family-style, where everyone shares from the same dish. Guests should use the serving utensils provided and avoid using their own personal utensils to prevent cross-contamination.
Homestays maintain good food hygiene practices, such as washing hands before cooking and serving, using clean utensils and cookware, and storing food properly to avoid contamination.
Guests should dispose of food waste properly, as per the instructions provided by the homestay host.
Homestays may have different rules regarding the consumption of alcoholic beverages. Guests should follow the rules set by the homestay host regarding the consumption of alcohol.
Guests may make special requests for certain food items, but these should be communicated to the homestay host in advance to ensure that the ingredients are available.