Known for hearty Himalayan comfort food, this place never disappoints. The serene calm vibe with wooden interiors, Nepalese utensils, flags, etc is unmistakable. Start your meal with Nepali and Tibetan snacks. Bhutun – Goat maws stir fried with special in-house spices; Macha Tareko – fish in mustard oil; Nepalese Platter andNewari Platter - are best options as Nepalese non-veg appetizers. For vegetarians, Gundruk Sadeko – sundried spinach in traditional spices; Piro Aloo – Darjeeling style spicy potatoes; Bhuteko Chana – stir fried chickpeas in Nepalese spices and Yeti Veg Platter, are the best. I simply loved the crispy Wai Wai Sadeko - bhel of dry noodles. In Tibetan snacks section, Gyuma, Shapta, Shabalay and Tibetan Platter are very popular. Then, there are Bhutanese dishes to die for. I floored over Datchi Mix Veg In Cheese Curry while Sha Datchi, equally flavoursome, is its non-veg counterpart. In the mains, if you are in a hurry go for Thukpa orMomo Soup as a complete meal. Pork lovers can gorge upon Pork With Soy Sauce And Mustard Oil or even Masala Pork. Kokra Ko Ledo - is the traditional Nepalese Chicken curry and Khasi Ko Ledo is spicy mutton curry – both are signature items. Vegetarians need not despair as there is enough for them on the menu. Round off your meal with the typical Newari dessert Yomari. The service staff is warm and helpful.
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