English Reviews (Reviews Total Language : 32 reviews)
“Delicious food. Great beer.”
Step inside and sample some warm, earthy, deliciousness. The limited English is easily overcome by their happiness at sharing Nepalese cuisine. This is also a great way to get some veggies in.
Visited December 2017
“the most favorite Dalbhat set meal”
This restaurant features Dalbhat, a typical set meal in Nepal. I think this Dalbhat is the most delicious in Tokyo. Their Dhal soup was very rich taste and the flavor of Dhal beans was strong and tasty. The spicy sauce called Achar was also delicious. Non vegetable set included a chicken curry. Vegg...ie set included Dhal bean soup and spicy stir-fried vegetables. Vegetarian meal was also available.
Visited November 2017
I'm sorry to say it, but the food I had here was one of the worst Nepalese/ South Asian meals I have ever eaten. Their idea of a curry sauce, for example, is to mix curry powder with water. Trying to explain what "vegetarian" meant was also strange, considering Nepal is a Hindu/Buddhist country. Thi...s restaurant was also the only place in Tokyo to add tax (not service) to our bill, on top of the prices in the menu. In fact, the food was so bad here, we had to go to another restaurant afterwards, just to get something proper to eat. I would sadly not eat here again even if the meal was free.
Visited November 2016
“my favorite nepal restaurant in Shibuya”
This nepal restaurant provides several set meals. the most popular dish was the Dal bhat which contained steamed rice, spicy veggies, chicken curry and bean soup. I have eaten some Dal bhat in Japan. it was one of the best Dal bhat for me. Dal means bean soup. It was very rich and tasty. really nice... to eat it with rice. I highly recommend to visit the restaurant if you are looking for a good nepal cuisine in Tokyo.
Visited May 2016
“Pretty Good Nepalanese”
Let me start off by saying that I'm not a tourist; I've been in Tokyo for 5 months and I'm a huge foodie, but not an authority on Nepalanese food by any means. I've never had it before coming to Tokyo, in fact. I came here solo on a random night and they were all full for indoor (non-smoking) seatin...g, so I had a seat outside (better in my opinion if you're solo). The waitresses were attentive and food served fairly quickly. I got the yaki-momo (pan-fried dumplings) and an appetizer I can't pronounce for 1,100 yen, both priced around the same thing. The momo dough was a bit under-cooked and not fried to a crisp, so not even worth the extra calories in the oil; the salad appetizer I had was very salty, but eaten with lettuce and lemon juice was bearable and slightly addictive by the time I was done. Or maybe I was just hungry. The place is a little bit out of the way, and even though food wasn't great, I find myself wanting to go again....
Visited December 2014