My wife and I live out "in the sticks", so Portuguese food is everywhere around us. That's why, when we go to Lisbon, we like to try something different. Having sampled many of the "Indians" there, none of which, to date, deserve a rating, we weren't at all sure what to expect.
We can't comment on the authenticity of the cuisine, but the choices from the Nepali side of the menu didn't disappoint - we asked for spicy and got spicy, decent-sized portions, nicely presented by friendly staff. It was curry, to be sure, but with different flavours to the "normal indian". The bill was what the menu said it should be (not always the case in big cities such as Lisbon) - and very reasonable.
They will see us again.
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