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How To Make Momos The Nepali Way

Namaste!   Among the different varieties of Nepali food available, momo is one of the most popular items. In fact, momos are so popular in Nepal that almost every restaurant offers it on their menu. It’s also very popular in London, so much so that guests often ask us for the recipe for our chicken, mutton, and vegetarian momos!  

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9 Things Only a Local Would Know About Nepal

The birthplace of Buddha, the country of the brave Gurkhas soldiers, the only country without a quadrilateral flag… Nepal is well-known across the globe for many things. Sometimes called the the Amazon of Asia, Nepal also boasts the world’s tallest peak, Mount Everest. But what else do you know about Nepal? Here are 9 things we bet you won

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How to Make Chhoyela Like a Local?

What is Chhoyela?   Chhoyela is a popular non-vegetarian item in Newari cuisine. It is served both in a Samay Baji set and Newari Bhoye. This dish can also be eaten as a snack with beaten rice and thon (Newari alcohol) or with thon alone. Typically, chhoyela is made from the meat of water buffalo but other kinds of meat are also used nowaday

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12 Spices Commonly Used in Nepali Cuisine & Their Health Benefits

You might have heard about Nepali cuisine and maybe even tried it, but did you know that Nepali cuisine is considered generally healthier compared to other South Asian cuisines?   That’s thanks to the unique combination of spices used. In fact, the amount used is just enough to ensure that it is healthy and tasty at the same time.  

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How To Eat Newah Bhoye The Right Way

Newah bhoye is a popular part of Nepalese cuisine and belongs to the Newah ethnic group who are the indigenous people of the Kathmandu valley. Newah culture has such a deep relation with food that if you met a Newah, the first greeting they would say is, “ja neh dhuna lah?” which translates to, “Have you eaten your rice?”. There’s eve

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Relaunch

On the 6th of October we relaunched as Nepal Restaurant. Thanks to everyone that joined us and supported us. We look forward to seeing you all again in the future along with some new faces.

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