I would like to start a thread where we list some notable Nepali restaurants around the world, and maybe a little personal review from the submitters. I like to make it a point to search out Nepali restaurants when I am traveling, and this could be a good guide for everyone to look thru. Perhaps we can come up with some sort of grading scale, 1-10. People can suggest a better grading system if they can think of one.
I will start by mentioning The Nepal-Tibet House in Pasadena, CA (outside Los Angeles). The place is a little gourmet...not the typical hole-in-the wall ethnic stuff, but still great momos! Not the most inexpensive either, but I guess they have to pay rent for being next to Colorado Avenue (old town Pasadena). They have lunch specials. I would rate it an 8 out of 10.
I think the best Nepalese Restaurant in the entire world is called Kathmandu modern Nepalese cuisine. It has a touch of modern and western too. It is kind a unique and good. The normally when we refer to Nepali food.The 100 percent here will say dhaal ,bhat and tarkari.
Dhaal common guy: i also studied in kalimpong but they have great momo. IF u think of those momo to make money and to feed white guys out here. First, they wont eat it coz it has too many fat. We like fatty taste but for westren it is gross. Second the achaar is to hot, which is not accepted. We have to learn for the taste adaptation. IF u want real thai food they are hot and u can get in home cooking thai shop. IF u go to nice restaurant the taste is diff. Think of commercial value. I am not thinking to sell nepali food to nepali. The market is already saturated and they dont want to spend money. I am talking about upscale nepali rest. selling royal cuisine with six star service. I am here to make money not to charity
If you live in Melbourne, Australia or happen to visit there, don't miss out eating in "Gurkhas." Their menu consist of nepali and tibetan food. If you are interested in tandoori chicken, this is NOT the place (which happens to be the case of most nepali resturants).
damnnnnnnnnnnn u guyz brought back some memories .....shyafaley.....God how i eat those.Czar are u from kalimpong?Gompuz was my hang out place.I loved thr momoz'. Back to the topic......thr are some many good neplese restaurants in Colorado....my favourite one is the one in Nederland,CO,it's called "Kathmandu",their food is awesome.Anybody visiting CO should go there for a meal,it is actually mostly neplese food,not Indian like most nepelse restaurants have.
Rastauran 'Base Camp' in the student's city of Leuven in Belgium wont say it is a huge restaurant but the service n food are good. They do sell Indian cuisine too...thats their drawback but they have to look at commercial point of view too...first let people taste Nepali food..if it works out slowly omit indian dishes. I would give it 6 out of 10.
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sand is deep, Everest ma ke kha yo? I have been once, I didn't like Indian style ingredient food there. I do like Mt. Everest's MOMO, choila, Bhatamas, etc. I could try again, if you would interest......... Mt. Everest is not far from here............Sajhaits, let's go,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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