Taste from Nepal
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Nepali Khana Set
This dish is eaten throughout Nepal. It is served with dal (a soup made of lentils and spices) together with boiled grain, chutney, rice, vegetable curry, meat curry (mutton or chicken or Pork).
We serve various types of Momos such as Steamed, Fried, C, and Jhol. These scrumptious juicy Momos are filled with chicken/Veg and put in dumpling steamer, & is served with a spicy chutney recipe).
Dhindo Khana Set
It is prepared by gradually adding flour to boiling water while stirring . It is a staple meal in various parts of Nepal. It is served with dal (a soup made of lentils and spices) together with chicken curry and boiled grain, chutney, veg curry/mutton curry.
Taas Khaja Set
Mutton/Chicken Taas or just Taas is a popular meat cuisine from Nepal. It is the goat-meat or chicken marinated in species and herbs for more than 30 minutes and grilled over thick pan using mustard oil.
Rice Pudding 'Kheer'
It is also called 'Kheer' that is popular in Nepal. It is similar to European rice pudding but with the addition of spices like cinnamon, cardamon, fenugreek and cloves.
The buffalo dried meat is taken out and deep fried or smoked or even roasted and then crushed along with spices like salt, lemon, pepper, cumin, turmeric and chili powder.
Fried Aaloo Cowli
Cauliflower and potato fried curry is called fried Aaloo Cowli. It is a lovely recipe that is spiced up with cumin, fenugreek, turmeric and chilli, a wonderful side dish for our Nepali feast.
Happy Customers, Happy Mandala!
Excellent place to relax and catch up with friends. This Nepali restaurant offers basic Nepali dishes and serves lovely Nepali teas. It is important that as Malaysians, we visit these restaurants to know Nepali culture via food. The food may be a little spicy so you can tell the chef or waiter to keep it moderately spicy or totally non-spicy. There is also the traditional snacks like momo and muruku like snacks which are a must try. The environment will also makes you feel like you are in the Himalayas. Take time to talk to the Nepali workers there who may also be workers in distress to know them and if possible help them.
- Adrian P.
"A Nepali working in Malaysia pointed out this restaurant to us. We gave it a try, it turned out to be a pleasant surprise! The mo-mo with its spicy dipping sauce and the shop ambience reminds me of the streets of Kathmandu. A simple food that brings back memories. Mutton salad was yummy; veg thukpa was okay; kheer was a new taste to me; and masala chai was good! If you chance upon this, come here and try the food with an open heart. Maybe skip the bottled drinks, it’s not environmental friendly."
- Su L.
"It was my first time to try Nepali food. I was impressed by the taste, the friendly service and the affordability. The place was full a little while after we got there but it was so quite and peaceful, despite many tables consuming alcohol. They had beer and Indian whisky in quarter bottles. This was a pleasant surprise since I spent a number of years in India. I am sure to go again to try other dishes."
- Joseph J
"New exotic taste... Totally different. My recommendation, make sure you have an empty stomach before come here, bring Nepalese friend and they will definitely make your first time experience food tasting worth it. In my opinion, l could fulfill lil bit of my curiosity about Nepalese cuisines. Give it a try!"
- Siti S
Momos are exceptional. Wish i knew of this restaurant earlier. Ordered veg momo for the momotarian at our home and chicken momos for myself. They are made of great things.