Decided to check this restaurant out due to some great reviews on here.
The main good thing was the onion starter, which was delicious, and the Nepalese beer (which sadly seemed to be brewed in the UK but was nice anyway!).
I was disappointed that the lunch menu seemed so much less appealing than the dinner menu, which I had mistakenly looked at online. There were also very limited choices for vegetarians- my fiancee is vegetarian.
Some of the staff had very poor English, which we realised when we asked about the mixed starter- we wanted to share it but for the food to be served on separate plates so that the meat and vegetables didn't touch. They were very confused but eventually agreed, only to come back and tell us it was impossible.
Not a bad place but don't see why it gets the attention it seems to.