Very tasty food (a lot of tomato based food). The staff was very pleasant. A small space and very busy, so book ahead.
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We went on a Saturday night and restaurant was packed. Ordered 2 starters and 2 mains. After 20 min, we got our first starter and thought it was weird not to get the second one. So waited a little bit more... 40 min more!!!! And...More
We truly enjoyed our first visit here only a month or so ago, so decided to give it another go. Again, what we received was very good food, very good service, and very good value. What more can we say?
Similar to East Indian, but many more subtle flavours and interesting combinations. Nice setting, pretty decor, very good service. Good bar selection too with some new offering appropriate. Great experience, but in a little strip convenience centre, with tight parking. Need reservations as become quite...More
Ambiance was really excellent. Taste was authentic, typical Nepali dishes, love it. Great location. Clean. Welcoming guests with love and care you feel welcomed.
If you haven't tried Nepali Cuisine (like us) wait no longer! If you're a fan of Indian / Sri Lankan food this is similar. We chose a lamb, chicken and vegetable dish. 3 meals was lots of food but everything looked so good we had...More
Excellent restaurant. Starters are superb, especially the fish one. Curry absolutely perfect, and great atmosphere. Would recommend to everyone. Went back a week later
We really enjoyed our first visit to this restaurant, which I had read so much about. We were surprised to see it so busy for a Sunday evening. It started out on a potentially bad note, as they had somehow lost the reservation that I...More
It is a good restaurant by Nepal's taste. However cos it is in corporate area they have to cater to very standard recipes and can't really show there diverse dynamic taste. The service is great people are modest .rates are decent but nothing is exclusive.My...More
Everything was perfect, services, food, ambiance. My new addiction now, can't wait to go back! Food is to die for , if you're open to cultural experience.