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I'm just tucking in to my first takeaway from the Stupa - it's amazing. So amazing that I am pausing between courses to spread the word! If you've never had Nepalese or Tibetan, I'd say (with no real knowledge except a love of food) that it draws on all the nations round it and produces something fabulous.
I popped in on the way home - finally conquered by the lovely smells I keep sniffing as I walk past - and had a lovely chat with the owner and his daughter who helped me pick pork momo (because pork is best) and Myagdi chicken and roti. Yum. And I got to try a nepalese snack that I can't remember the name of, despite asking... I shall just have to go back :)
This is a friendly, family run business, and they put a lot of thought and effort into their very good cooking, which to quote the owner, is the sort of food they cook at home. The restaurant looked lovely when I peeked in (it isn't very big, so call them first if there's lots of you) and the portions are generous (my chicken is going to do me for lunch tomorrow too).
Long may they continue!
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