About Rangzen Tibetan Place
Established in 1999 (23 years ago) the first Tibetan Restaurant in Cambridge MA Tucked in between The Harvard and MIT, Student's lovingly refer to Rangzen as "The Tibetan Place" and according to The Boston Globe it is the "Hidden Gem" of Central Square. Over the years we have been consistent on quality and freshness. That is one of the reasons why we have repeated customers. Many of them visit us back even after twenty years and tell us how they use to come with their parents or girl friend or coworkers. We prepare each meal with care and prayers. Focusing on little things like salt, oil, ginger, garlic and more. We use Himalayan salt instead of table salt, 0 trans-fat canola oil and garlic with roots, organic ginger and sugar (even though it cost more) It is the right thing to do. It may be small things, but when it comes to our health, it does make a huge difference. As we prepare and serve each meal, it is important to have collective prayers and gratitude toward all those who made it possible to help bring good food onto our plate. And lastly as our Ama always remind us, try not to waste any foods, knowing how each grain of rice is sown by hand on muddy water by farmers around the world. It is always important to be mindful and grateful.
Rangzen Tibetan Place
24 Pearl Street, Cambridge, MA 02139
Monday through Saturday
Lunch: 11:30 am – 3:00 pm
Dinner: 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Luncheon Buffet: Temporarily Closed Due to Pandemic
Closed on Sundays & major holidays
Food is cooked to order. Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish or eggs may increase your risk of foodborne illness, especially with certain medical conditions.