Spicy chilies (Ema) mixed with cottage cheese called 'Ema Datsi' is the national dish of Bhutan. Chilies are treated as vegetables rather than a seasoning in the Bhutanese diet. A wide variety of fresh vegetables are a daily staple of the Bhutanese diet. Red and white rice are served at all meals. Meat, poultry and fish, usually in the form of stews are also found on many Bhutanese menus along with Momo (Dumpling) and noodle dishes. Bhutan's professional chefs temper their natural tendency to over spice dishes by preparing food more suitable to western palate and taste ranging from Continental to Chinese. Tibetan, Thai, Korean and Indian cuisines are also available.