Lhasa means "Blessed land" in Tibetan language, with vast terrain,
abundant water, fertile valley soil on both sides of Quji River,
making it suitable for farming.
The surrounding mountainous area is rich in water and grass with many excellent pastures. Tibetans, Hans, Muslims and Nepalese live here for generations, forming a fusion of food flavor.
Songtsam Linka Lhasa restaurant selects yak meat, yak butter, milk dregs and other dairy products produced from the excellent pastures of Dangxiong County in the north of Lhasa, highland barley and potatoes in Lhasa as the main ingredients.
While retaining Lhasa traditional dish style, it also provides improved dishes and fusion dishes suitable for the public taste.