Time Out says
This Sunnyside restaurant is the first US outpost of a popular and domestically well-known Nepalese chain. The group’s history spans nearly 40 years, starting out as a simple food stall specialising in barbecue mutton before growing to restaurants proper across Nepal and – with this NYC venue – beyond.
The menu here offers a range of authentic Nepalese dishes such as jhol momo (steamed duplings in a spiced broth) and mutton sautéed in butter and served with vegetables and a house masala. Adventurous diners will be rewarded with dishes such as boiled goat intestine fried in oil with chopped onions, green chilli, coriander and a blend of spices, or kaan poleko – a traditional dish of goat’s ear grilled over charcoal and served with masala, green chilli paste and mixed spices.
And if all that sounds a little too exotic? Dishes like Bengali fish curry, chicken tikka masala and tandoori tiger prawn offer more recognisable dishes from nearby areas of South Asia.
43-16 Queens Blvd
Sunnyside, New York
|Opening hours:||12-11pm Mon-Thurs, 12-11:45pm Fri-Sun|
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