A comic metaphor for modern-day Barcelona, Himali moved into what was a local boozer, but has retained the silhouettes of famous Catalans – Dalí and Montserrat Caballé among them – on the windows; inside, meanwhile, there are Nepalese prayer flags and tourist posters of the Himalayas. The alien and impenetrable menu looks a bit daunting, but the waiters are useful with recommendations. Alternatively, you could start with 'momo' dumplings or Nepalese soup, followed by 'mugliaco kukhura' (barbecued butter chicken in creamy tomato sauce) or 'khasi masala tarkari' (baked spicy lamb). All dishes include rice and naan bread.
Milà i Fontanals, 60-68
|Opening hours:||Mon closed; Tue-Sun 1pm-4.30pm, 8pm-midnight|
|Transport:||Joanic (M: L4)|