This really is a lovely restaurant, very friendly, intimate dining style, superb service, relaxing music and a sense of authenticity. There is also a beautiful little courtyard garden and outside bench seating at the front for those who like to "get some air" between courses !
As others say extremely tasty fragrant fresh food, the style is neither Indian or Asian, clearly Nepalese and not like other Nepalese restaurants we have tried in the Uk ! If you like tasty food you will be delighted. Initially the menu is rather confusing, the set meal is enormous and probably more than most people would eat, if you want a delicious starter and sweet opt for separate main dish & rice or share the set main meal. We were advised you need a dall as the "wet" bit of your meal, the black lentil was not to my taste but the yellow lentil was good, it is a sort of generic sauce. Highly recommend the courgette pakora, chilli chicken, elderflower Julipe to drink and the spiced carrot tart to finish. Allow £25 per person including drinks. A 10% tip was well deserved, excellent service.
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