You love Yunnanese food; you might just not know it yet. Our small, humble restaurant serves deeply flavorful dishes. Surrounded by acres and acres of farmland means we can source locally. Fresh-as-can-be ingredients combined with the know-how of locals and centuries of recipes being passed down makes for a truly delightful meal along the Tea Horse Road.


Our restaurant is where travellers gather over home-cooked meals to share their stories of their journey along the Tea Horse Road.


Grilling is one of China’s favourite pastimes, and an excuse to gather with friends for a cookout. And though you’ll stumble across stalls selling skewers across all of China, the Naxi people fire up the grill a little differently. Move over charcoal and make room for stones–volcanic stones to be exact, from Yulong Snow Mountain and Haba Snow Mountain. The bigger and smoother the stone, the better. It takes ten minutes or so to heat up the stone. Locally-raised pork is charred to perfection. Grilled vegetables are not just a side. And while the stone is being fired up, snack on our housemade watermelon seeds and a glass of brewed red wine.

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