The near-by bakery we thought would be good for a short lunch was just closing, so we asked for suggestions of something other than fish and chips. "Easy" said the lady. Go up the block and enjoy "That little cafe." We did not expect to feast on Nepali food, but are so glad we had the opportunity. It was almost as good as any food I had in Nepal.
Momo are similar to pot stickers, and a plate of these made a good appetizer. Then on a nice, cold day a bowl or garwacha made the day complete. This is an excellent stew of many kinds of beans and lentils with spinach, onions and a rich broth cooked down to be full of flavor with a selection of spices.
There were many other choices available, but we saved room for dessert instead. We had coconut ladoo which is a warmed, pleasantly gooey mass of coconut with just the right sauce. You have to try it to understand.
Nothing is fancy here, but is clean and comfortable. Next door is a computer repair service, and the signs for it almost outdo the signs for the restaurant. So---take your time searching on 101 and enjoy an authentic and flavorful meal.