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Finally, our blog.

Taste Tibet at the Rabbit Hole Music Festival 2016

Summer is a distant memory, and the Taste Tibet festival season already feels like a million moons ago. Thank you to everyone who came and tasted our food in 2016! We had a very busy summer of university college balls, music festivals, festivals of peace, festivals of food, weddings and parties. We served some thousands of people in amazing locations and we loved every minute of it.

We are taking things relatively easy over this winter season. You can still find us every Wednesday in Oxford’s Gloucester Green market (9am – 4pm), but we have stopped our Thursday night takeaways. We are using our downtime to plan ways to make our food more widely available in Oxford and beyond. Watch this space for news. Our new blog will bring you our updates, recipes, and more!

If you are planning a party or special event and would like Taste Tibet to cater for you, do get in touch. We are currently enjoying the Christmas party season, which last weekend included an amazing night at Waterperry House. What a place! One of the things we love most about our work is the changing view from our office. Drop us a line if you would like us to come to you.

Thank you again to everyone for your support for Taste Tibet. Your enthusiasm and encouragement is the best thing! We love to hear from you with your suggestions and feedback. Please leave a comment or send us a message if you have something to say.

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