This sister duo is seen in the Albert Cuyp market in Amsterdam with their own food truck, specializing in Nepalese and Bhutanese momos, samosas, pakode and masala chai. They were one of the first ones to host Tasty Talks workshops in 2019 in their home. Their mission is to share Authentic Bhutanese food with the people of Amsterdam through events.
What people say about Tika and Krishna’s events –
“I attended a Tasty Talks Momo making workshop today (dumplings from Bhutan) and it was the highlight of my weekend. We had great hosts (also the workshop chefs and teachers), a great crowd of folks from all around the world and overall solid organization of the event. We had a few good laughs, some interestingly shaped momos, and a wonderful meal at the end of it all. Would highly recommend the experience without hesitation!” – Milly Roy
“Did a momo (Bhutanese dumpling) making workshop organised by tasty talks. It was great fun – yummy food, well organised, interesting co-participants. Highly recommend.”– Jo Dufay
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Here’s a glimpse of events with Tika and Krishna