This lovely little restaurant is a little tricky to find, as it's tucked behind the hawker stalls lining Smith Street, but it's worth the hunt. Nepalese food in someways is similar to Indian (and the restaurant sells that cuisine as well), with pungent spices and flavourful rice. For vegetarians, the palungo kosaag is a knockout: spinach sautéed with cumin seeds ($6.50). Carnivorous types should try the pro kukhura ko masu, which is a Nepalese chilli chicken dish. Or go for the momo ($8), which looks like a Nepalese version of fried Chinese dumplings, filled with minced meat and veggies. It's listed as an appetiser, but one serving can really fill you up.
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21 Smith St