Decided to visit after seeing the reviews on Tripadvisor as we were in the area after the Barbarians match at Twickenham. About a 45 minute brisk walk from the stadium but worth the effort (or drive there on your way back home?).
Food was scrumptious - complex and deep flavours, more subtle than our local Indian which is itself very good. Nicely presented meals and attentive service with a smile. My husband's Nepalese Lamb shank special was divine and I loved the Kathmandu Daal Gosth - both featured succulent lamb in very tasty sauces. The five vegetable dish was a revelation! My tip would be to try something new from the Nepalese specials rather than just the traditional Indian meals like tandoori or pasanda (although those meals looked good too).
Although fairly ordinary from the outside, definitely worth visiting for the food. Next time we'd book earlier to get a better table away from the front of the restaurant where people call for their takeaway.
I'll definitely visit more Nepalese restaurants in future and this one in particular.
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