I'd never had Himalayan food and I couldn't tell you what exactly I ate. I sort of pointed to something that was spelled interestingly on the menu since I didn't know what any of it was. My husband and I ordered different things and both were amazing. It was kind of a cross between Indian, Ethopian, and Thai food. If you like any of those, you'll love this place. We sat outside kind of in the alley, not a sketchy alley, but more of a small street that doesn't allow cars. Think European. There's an Irish bar (Murphy's) across the little alley and it was fun watching the people in there play trivia and mingle. Our server was incredibly nice and she was the daughter of the cook. Not great English, but she really tried and honestly the food spoke for itself. We never had to wait for a refill, she was on top of everything. We asked her lots of questions and she tried her best to relate the food to "American" tastes, but as the food is so different, it was hard for her. She seemed to enjoy her job and chatting with the customers. The lady who cooks looks like she just hopped off of the boat from Tibet, she clearly knows how to cook! She doesn't speak any English, or didn't to us anyway, but she gave us a welcoming smile as she slaved away in the kitchen. I had the feeling that she was welcoming us into her own home and then working her butt off to make sure it was all amazing. What a woman!
They had two beers from the Himalayas. We tried both and loved both. It made us want to go climb Everest just to get more of the food
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