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A Willesden Green restaurant specialising in Indian and Nepalese dishes. Its name doesn't just represent the venue's address on the High Road - they donate 33 percent of their profits to three Nepalese children's charities: the Everest Child Care Home charity, the Bloom Organisation and SOS Bahini.
The food menu ranges from vegetable samosas, naan breads and pani puri to to chicken tikka, mutton chops and marinated chicken cooked in the clay tandoor oven. Keep an eye out for the momo dumplings too - an authentic Nepalese snack traditionally eaten with tomato pickle.
One of the aims of the restaurant is to set up a school in Nepal. Any person or organisation donating the £300,000 needed can have it named after them. Sounds like a good way to spend some money if you have it.