Bhutanese Cuisine 7

Name Cuisine Photo
Ema Datshi
It is among the most famous dishes in Bhutanese cuisine, recognized as a national dish of Bhutan. It is made from chili peppers and cheese; "ema" means "chili" and "datshi" means "cheese" in the Dzongkha language of Bhutan.
Jasha Maru
Bhutanese spicy chicken stew or known as jasha maroo. Bhutanese cuisine somehow has influences from both India and the Chinese.
Kewa Datshi
Kewa Datshi - literally meaning potatoes and cheese - is a delicious thick gravy-like Bhutanese dish that is made up of potatoes, chiles, and cheese.
Phak Sha Paa
A classic Bhutanese stew comprising of boneless pork with radish, cooked with spicy red chillis. This dish can also include Radishes or Spinach.
Shakam Paa
Shakam paa is a wonderful Bhutanese food of dried beef cooked with dried chilies and sometimes slices of radish.
Shamu Datshi
Many varieties of mushrooms can be found in the countryside of Bhutan, which is nestled in the Himalayas and bordered by Tibet, Sikkim, and Bangladesh. This dish combines mushrooms and cheese, usually a yak-milk cheese in Bhutan. Shamu ...
Sikam Paa
Do you love bacon? Sikam paa is like bacon on the next level, and from my experience, this is a dish that many Bhutanese love with passion. You’ll see strands of half transparent pork belly hanging in the ...