An auspicious start to my visit; I was followed into the restaurant by a group that included two Buddhist monks. The waitress was very friendly and even went to the trouble of recommending an alternative to the prawn dish I ordered (her recommendation was to go for the Lawsoon Haleko prawns, and it was good advice; delicate and flavoursome at the same time, with the touch of extra heat I asked for). The ambience is great with Himalayan music at just the right volume to be noticeable without being intrusive or getting in the way of conversation, and the decor is charming, if a little rustic. The Himalayan bread (sweet and cheesy) with dipping sauce is a must try. A well balanced sweet lassi rounded out the meal. And the service was quick and efficient, even though they were quite busy.
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