Little Tibet


Our dining and outdoor patio is now open . In order to limit the spread of COVID-19 , our staff will be wearing a face covering and  keeping it all clean and sanitized. 
             Dear valued customers, 
We have decided to take a much needed time off for self care and for a long overdue trip to visit families overseas. Being a small family run business, we have no back up to fill our shoes at this time moment. So , we will be temporarily turning our lights off from JULY  4th though AUGUST 4th ! We appreciate your understanding  and patience. Thank you for supporting our small restaurant to keep our door open during these uncertain time. 

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You can find our Little Tibet Food Cart at the UW-Madison Library Mall and events and festivals!  You can  also book our food cart for weddings and private events . We opened our first cart in 2016 and love being able to share our culture on the go! 

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About Us



 Our amazing food journey began in 2016, when we opened the first Tibetan food cart in Madison WI. Over the years , we gained valuable experience and steadily grew our business  adding a second food cart and finally opening a brick and mortar restaurant in 2019. We are small food business locally  owned and operated  by a family. Opening  Little Tibet restaurant is the fulfillment of our aspiration to showcase and spread the goodness of  our  unique culture through food and hospitality to the people of Madison  and beyond. Our restaurant is  small, cozy, and relaxing setting filled with distinct and traditional décor, hand carved arts and murals by our family members.We are nestled in Madison’s super eclectic Tenney -Lapham neighborhood, within walking distance to parks, lakes, and downtown. Our goal is to promote fresh, healthy, and traditional Tibetan and Himalayan cuisine by using local products at an affordable price in a warm & peaceful setting. We are grateful for your continued patronage.

Tashi Delek  & Kind regards  ,

Namgyal, Tharten & Thinley .