The hubby and I finally gave Himalayan food a try. We have no reference point to compare with authentic Himalayan food, so this review is based on our American taste buds that enjoy new flavors.
We ate an early dinner, so no wait. The staff was polite but quiet. The restaurant has a large room and then a shop next to it. It's quite a maze back to the restrooms.
We started with the Chicken Mo-Mo. We have eaten lots of authentic Chinese dumplings, and their Mo-Mo was a beautiful dumpling packed with great flavor. Had never had cumin in a dumpling before; it works very well. We could have made a meal off just the Mo-Mo!
I tried the Lemonade which was wonderful - not a puckery sweet lemonade, but a mild lemonade with the warm ginger that followed the lemon.
Since we'd been nibbling all day long, we weren't that hungry. So we went with the regular Naan (nice flavor and texture), Chicken Tikka Masala (mild - nice creamy flavors that weren't overpowering, but could have had more chicken in the dish), and the Vegetable soup (very good noodles, veggies were mostly peppers and onions, the yellow broth was...different, not sure if it was saffron or tumeric that gave it a yellow color).
Probably one of the better spots in the area, especially if you want a break from more of the typical steak and burgers fare.
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