OPENING HOURS

CROWS NEST (02 99665540)
LUNCH:-11:30 AM -3:00 PM (TUE -SAT)
DINNER 7 NIGHTS, 5:30 PM ONWARD TILL LATE

 

GLEBE (02 95521220)
LUNCH :-11:30 AM -3:00 PM (WED -SAT)
DINNER 7 NIGHTS, 5:30 PM ONWARD TILL LATE

Welcome

"High Altitude Food Served With Great Attitude"

Since the opening of our first authentic Nepalese restaurant in Mosman in 1996, our passion for the arts of culinary and fine catering has facilitated us in constantly exceeding our clients' expectation in every step of the way. We pride ourselves in having the ability and experience required to tailor our services to fit perfectly with every need of our clients. As a result of our excellent service and repute, we have successfully been able to provide our services in two of the best 'Eat Streets' in the city - Willoughby Road, Crows Nest (Crows Nest Plaza) and Glebe Point Rd, Glebe.

Our Food : We assure you that our chefs use only the finest of ingredients and that our foods have no added MSG or meat tenderizing chemicals. More then 90% of our meals are Gluten Free, and we also have an excellent selection for those on a Vegetarian and vegan diet.

Our People : Our team of humble and experienced staffs hold and share our common belief - 'Serving high altitude food with Great attitude'. And they will always be there to cater to your every need.

About the Chef : Nepalese food is as diverse as the country itself. Keeping this in mind - Chef designed the menu with meticulous care so that our guests could enjoy the rich flavors of Nepal. And it is no surprise that people travel from all over the city just to try our 'finger-licking-good' Lamb Shanks, 'melt-in-mouth' Beef Cheeks and traditional Goat curry.

Critics and Reviews : Since the start of our journey in '96, We have earned excellent reviews (and mentions) in The Sydney Morning Herald; Good Food Guide; The Daily Telegraph; Cheap eat; SBS food guide; Good food under $30 (2013); Good food under $30 (2014);Dimmi dinners choice award 2015, 2016; Tripadvisor excellence 2016 award;and several other local newspapers.