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Friendly neighborhood hangout serves a few Nepali specialties as well several Indian standards, some of them delectable, others on the so-so side. Opt for the hot, juicy momos, the crunchy samosas, the smoky chicken chhoilla, the richly spiced cauliflower-potato aloo gobi, and bhatura, a pillowy fried bread served with spicy garbanzos. The honey-drizzled naan makes a fine dessert. Brief beer and wine list; uninspiring high-ceilinged industrial storefront setting.

— Matthew Stafford

Hours: Daily 11 a.m.-10 p.m.

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Payment Type: Cash, all major credit cards

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