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Discussion in 'Pubs and Eating Out' started by Gramaisc, Jan 8, 2018.
Nash that's what they give the Base Camp tourists
It's Gurka training
Dal Bhat -
It consists of steamed rice and a cooked lentil soup called dal. It is a staple food in these countries. Bhat or Chawal means "boiled rice" in a number of Indo-Aryan languages.
I used to live with some Nepalese student nurses , they used to make me dinner. I miss it so much, I'm defiantly going to try this place
I lived off dal bhat and yak cheese when I was in Nepal. Nothing for breakfast, cheese for lunch and dal bhat every night. I never got tired of it but to be honest, I quite like routine.
For the truly authentic experience, a rat should make a dash around the table legs as you eat, pursued by a procession of waiters, swatting brooms.
I had Momo to start, the Timur Piro for main. It was an interesting dish, quite a rich sauce with more than a bit of a kick. I also had a garlic naan. Like Tek said, have a naan! So much lighter than what we're used to, it was lovely.
Ayo Ghorkali say -
Happy to announce that we have started our takeaway service . Call us on 01785250234
Possibly going here on Saturday....Any good? Certainly looks it
You'll love it, plenty of very spicy dishes, and the lager is probably right up your street.
I may have mentioned this
Err, hope they aren't doing a Raas Leela.
Cheers Lucy.....looking forward to it
As far as I know they have one chef in the kitchen . That's it. Perhaps Stafford College could take an interest as the restaurant owners seem a little shy on recruitment. As lovely as they are they need help and a wanted note in the window hasn't worked
Unless you know differently of course
I'm guessing they want someone trained already, rather than someone who'd need training to cook that sort of food? Also, does the chef cook in English? Can be a stressful job and I know most kitchens speak in their native tongue rather than try to constantly translate. I wonder if we have any Nepalese students.....
Anyone been recently? Comments on quality?
Going on Friday night. Will report back then
Excellent night. The food and service were both excellent and the host was very welcoming. Really enjoyable and won't hesitate in returning.
Do they deliver yet ?
I believe so, with a £10 minimum order the last information that I had....
With bacon and onions?