The food was delicious, staff very friendly and knowledgeable... cozy atmosphere. Absolutely loved the experience.
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It is so funny when you have a pleasant dinner at this Nepalese restaurant in the Voetboogsteeg, the little alley where I used to live when I was a student. The alley has been so nicely done it is really amazing. We used to sit...More
After being in Belgium for a few days, we found this restaurant to be very reasonably priced, 9 euros per plate. Food was tasty, particularly the pork was crispy. We ordered the noodles with pork and the rice with pork. Portion size was good. The...More
The place is quite small but very cosy. Nice staff. Very very good food. We wanted to come back there again during our stay in Amsterdam but is closed on Mondays :(
We stumbled upon this place in Amsterdam by accident having had dinner at another restaurant on the same street. The interior is charming and unassuming, just a few tables and some photos on the walls. The two servers worked together seamlessly to provide astounding service....More
Pretty basic cafe specialising in Nepalese food. Friendly welcome but the Dutch members of our group would have liked to have been greeted and served in their own language. From the menu it was not clear what was a main course, a starter or an...More
Never tried nepalese food and I have to say that it was really delicious. The pork was crispy but tender and the soup was so rich of flavours! I hardly suggest to try this restaurant!
Richly deserves all the accolades. Food is delicious (Really delicious), service is very attentive and friendly and overall value for money excellent
We were in Amsterdam for 4 days and this was by far the best food experience we had. The staff was very friendly and even moved tables around to help us fit our stroller with the sleeping baby. Service was very swift and professional. The...More