After a lovely night our and reading the reviews, I understand how this place could have mixed results.
On the upside, the place had a simple, family feel to it. The food seemed clean and wasn't too heavy. We had the dumplings, nan bread, prawns in coconut milk, chicken curry and a cold pistachio cream cake (I forgot it's name) and a similar frozen mango ice cake , which all had great flavors and a great Nepalese twist to each of them. There was also regular cold, tap-filled bottles of water being brought to the table. Finally, the bill was quite reasonable for all that we had. It worked out to be less than $30pp for a three-course meal.
On the downside, the table service was a little slow but not unbearable. This didn't reflect the pace in which the food came out. When we were ordering, the waitress's accent was a little heavy but if you asked again, you'd naturally pay more attention and she would slow down a little so you'd understand her. Again, not a big problem and at least they seemed to be genuine Nepalese. As for drinks, if you weren't interested in buying a wine then there wasn't much more available than coke and tea. However, we were happy with the water jugs.
All in all, I would happily go back there for a night out.
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