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Nepalese Restaurants in Melbourne

Try top meat dishes at Nepalese restaurants in Melbourne

Meat is one of the most popular items on the menu at Melbourne's Nepalese restaurants, so carnivores will definitely be able to find something they'll enjoy. Over at Danfe Himal on Station Street in Sandringham, menu choices selected by the chef include gorgeous chicken dishes such as saag ra (boneless meat grilled traditionally in a clay oven and cooked with onions, spices, coriander and more) and chicken momo (dumpling style dough filled with meat, vegetables, ginger, garlic and more). Red meat fans, meanwhile, can try the clay oven baked lamb chops marinated in spices and ginger.

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Bopha Devi Docklands

Bopha Devi Docklands

Docklands
Asian$$$$
5.4/687
Bopha Devi Docklands
Taxiboat

Taxiboat

Northcote
Asian$$$$
5.4/642
Taxiboat
Taste Divine Restaurant

Taste Divine Restaurant

Malvern East
Asian$$$$
4.3/617
Taste Divine Restaurant
Gurkhas - Brunswick

Gurkhas - Brunswick

Brunswick
Asian
5.1/619
Gurkhas - Brunswick
Aja Restaurant

Aja Restaurant

Albert Park
Asian$$$$
5.7/610
Aja Restaurant
Orient East - Seasons Botanic Hotel Melbourne

Orient East - Seasons Botanic Hotel Melbourne

St Kilda
Asian$$$$
4.6/616
Orient East - Seasons Botanic Hotel Melbourne
Hooking Bar and Restaurant

Hooking Bar and Restaurant

Kew East
Asian$$$$
6.0/64
Hooking Bar and Restaurant
Singh's Bala Da Dhaba

Singh's Bala Da Dhaba

Glen Iris
Asian
6.0/62
Singh's Bala Da Dhaba
FOF Rotary Hotpot

FOF Rotary Hotpot

Abbotsford
Asian$$$$
5.2/65
FOF Rotary Hotpot
Kintaro Japanese Kitchen

Kintaro Japanese Kitchen

Northcote
Asian$$$$
6.0/61
Kintaro Japanese Kitchen
Mapo Grill

Mapo Grill

Melbourne CBD
Asian$$$$
5.0/63
Mapo Grill
Merchant Society

Merchant Society

Docklands
Asian
5.0/67
Merchant Society
Chicken N Beer

Chicken N Beer

Richmond
Asian$$$$
5.0/62
Chicken N Beer
Princess at Elsternwick

Princess at Elsternwick

Caulfield South
Asian$$$$
5.0/63
Princess at Elsternwick
Danfe Himal Nepalese and Indian Restaurant

Danfe Himal Nepalese and Indian Restaurant

Sandringham
Asian$$$$
5.0/61
Danfe Himal Nepalese and Indian Restaurant
East Meets West

East Meets West

Fitzroy
Asian$$$$
4.6/65
East Meets West
China Bar Signature - Epping

China Bar Signature - Epping

Epping
Asian$$$$
4.6/65
China Bar Signature - Epping
China Bar Signature - Burwood East

China Bar Signature - Burwood East

Burwood East
Asian$$$$
3.5/66
China Bar Signature - Burwood East
Dumplings Onboard

Dumplings Onboard

Carnegie
Asian$$$$
4.0/63
Dumplings Onboard
Chilli Everest Authentic Nepalese

Chilli Everest Authentic Nepalese

Melbourne CBD
Asian$$$$
4.0/62
Chilli Everest Authentic Nepalese
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    Opt for something spicy at Nepalese restaurants in Melbourne

    Spicy and hot foods are common in Nepal, so if you like meals with a kick then Melbourne's Nepaleserestaurants will definitely suit you. Gurkha's on Sydney Road in Brunswick is a home for chilli lovers. The chilli green prawns served with capsicum and onions are ideal for spice fans, while the tandruk chicken curry made with chilli and coriander over at Danfe Himal is also a highlight. Vegetarians searching for spice, meanwhile, can try the aloo rayo (Nepalese spinach and potatoes sautéed in dry chillies) on offer at Gurkha's.
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    Enjoy some veggie food at Melbourne's Nepalese restaurants

    While delicacies like meat are popular in Nepalese cooking, the popularity of lentils, vegetables and spices in Nepalese cuisine means there are also lots of meat free dishes to sample at Melbourne's Nepaleserestaurants. Down at Danfe Himal you can find a range of tasty items including traditional dal makhani (lentils with ginger, garlic and traditional spices) as well as curries like navratan korma (vegetables in a creamy cottage cheese and cashew nut sauce) and, for spice lovers, the eggplant masala (made with ginger, green peas, tomatoes and green chillies).
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    Sample traditional desserts at Melbourne's Nepalese restaurants

    Melbourne's Nepalese restaurants might be known for their fondness for pungent spices and fine meats, but there is plenty on offer for dessert here too. A simple and authentic Nepalese dessert for those who enjoy dairy is the khir, a creamy and sweet rice pudding made with ingredients like tapioca. Gurkha's, meanwhile serves an excellent “Nepalese delight” made with condensed milk ice cream, pistachio nuts and a fruity mango flavouring. Don't forget, restaurants serving these desserts and more are all available to find through Quandoo. With our reservation service, you can find the best Nepalese restaurants in Melbourne and book online in seconds.