Entree

Momo $8.95

Minced chicken or vegetable wrapped in pastry, steam cooked and served with tomato and sesame seed achar

 

Chicken Choila $10.95

Chicken marinated with traditional Nepali spices and garnished with a combination of timbur, turmeric, ginger and garlic laced together with mustard oil and a hint of coriander

Mushroom Choila $9.95

Fresh roasted mushrooms  delicately cooked  with fresh herbs ,the zest of fresh lemon, spring onion, tomato ,capsicum and altogether  infused with traditional Nepalese spices.

 

Phulaura $7.95

Traditional crispy golden patties combined with seasoned vegetables, warmed with bahra masala spices and served with a mint and yoghurt sauce

 

Samosa $7.95

Crispy pastries with a savory vegetable filling comprising of spiced potato, onion, peas and spring onions, all combined with fresh garlic, ginger and a hint of coriander.  This traditional dish is served with a mint and yoghurt sauce

 

Tare Ko Machha $11.95

Barramundi seasoned with a subtle hint of ground aromatic spices, coated with seasoned batter and deep fried. This dish is served with a side salad and a tomato and timbur dipping sauce

 

Himalayan Platter for two $24.95

A combination of Sekuwa, Samosa, Phulaura and Momo.

Our traditional Nepalese dishes are served with a spiced tomato and sesame seed achar & a mint and yoghurt dip

 

 

entree's starting from $7.95

 

 

 

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"All of our dishes are cooked using authentic Nepalese spices and the full flavour and aroma of Himalayan Rock Salt.  Rock salt adds natural flavour and goodness to any Himalayan dish and is sourced from the highest regions of the Himalayan mountain range"