The restaurant was popular but I was able to get in on a Friday without a booking :). The lighting was perfect, not too bright or too dark. There were over 40 people but it was possible to hold a conversation with out straining to hear each other. The painting on the walls were intriguing , I like mountain scenes so a Nepalese restaurant with paintings of mountains felt right. The service was prompt. The menu selections were plenty.
Nepalese is similar to Indian but with slightly different spices and it gives the food a unique flavour.
We ate the boneless lamb and the potatoes with bamboo shoots.
The meal sizes were just right. The quality was excellent.
The company I was with made this a really wonderful experience.
The price was reasonable. :)
Interesting I have walked passed the enterance many times before very pleased I chose to walk in last night. The shop next door is a quaint little book shop. It just made the experience even better. Browse some books then have a very nice meal. :)
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