I went here with the intention to have Dal, or Dal Bhat. A traditional Indian and Nepalise meal.
I have recently been back to Nepal, and I felt like a taste of that country.
The restaurant was crowded, I was seated with my back against a wall, and it was not that comfortable.
The atmosphere was nice, quiet loud at times but not too bad.
Service was ok, but there were times when we needed to ask 2 or more times for our table water to be refilled. Also when paying the account the waitress did not wait, or come back to collect the bank card and money, we had to go to the counter to pay.
On the up side, the meal was enjoyable, not as good as home made, or as I remember last month in Nepal, but it was still enjoyable and a nice change from normal restaurant food.
Other members of the table had great meals, and were very impressed.
All this restaurant needs is a little more attention to customers needs, and a bit more passion in their meals, and it would be so much better again.
I enjoyed my meal, I would go back, it was well priced, but next time I hope the service is a little more personal, and the food has a bit more flare and oomph to it.
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