Submitted Tuesday, January 30, 2007 - 10:58am [Dine in]
Have diner here many times and the food is always excellent (the coconut and squash soup is amazing as is the deep-fried wontons with persimmon dip) and the servers are always friendly. R&B Beer for $3.85 (when on special) helps as well!!
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Submitted Tuesday, January 30, 2007 - 10:56am [Dine in]
I go here frequently. The service is relaxed (don't expect them to be refilling your water ever 5 mins) but the food comes quickly and is always tasty.
If you haven't tried etheopian I recommend you try it. For $12 you can get enough food that makes you want to explode and it is a very unique way of eating.
Again, don't come expecting fine dining (you will get your hands dirty), just good, filling food with a home cooked feel to it. You'll go back.
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Submitted Tuesday, January 30, 2007 - 10:50am [Dine in]
So living on the drive I always like to try new cuisine such as ethiopian, italian, vietmanese, etc. I stumbled by this place while venturing to the area of the drive south of broadway (which is rare). Nepalese sounded intruiging so I put it on my list of restaurants I wanted to try.
Finally went down last night and I wasn't dissapointed. The food quality was excellent and all the spices were familiar but different. Hard to describe. Had a toasted soybean dish as an appetizer, as well as some seasoned chicken cubes. Very nice. The chicken was tender and flavourful. Main course was a Goat Curry. Again the meat was of very high quality and the spices were perfect.
The server (who I imagine is the owner) was very attentive and helpful. We were definitly well taken care of. We we are to dine for 2 for $33, including beer!! Never seems to be busy so try it before this jewel dissapears.
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