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Taking influence from its larger neighbours China and India, Nepalese cooking is colourful and full of flavour and at Macclesfield’s Gurkha Dining you can experience it for yourself right in the town centre. Attracting adventurous foodies from all over the Cheshire area to its location on Samuel Street, at this exciting restaurant you can take off on a culinary trip with traditional recipes from Nepal, Tibet and the Himalayas all on the menu as well as an array of Indian curries too.
Enjoyed our evening here. The food was good & the staff are lovely. I am gluten intolerant I had previously informed the restaurant at the time of booking. Without realising it I had ordered a dish containing gluten the waitress returned to the table & explained my error . So grateful that the staff are so on the ball about allergies . Was most impressed. Shall defo be returning. Great value for money too .
We arrived for our midday table to the restaurant with no lights on and all the staff totally unprepared! They were clearly not ready, still had their coats on and didn't seem bothered we had arrived. They just stared at us?! We didn't stay as wanted to have a nice lunch. We won't be returning.
Food and service excellent,busy being New Year's Eve but everything was perfect .Restaurant is very modern and clean in appearance and the menu had meals that you don't get in all the usual curry restaurant s.
Begin your meal at Macclesfield’s Gurkha Dining with Nepal’s most famous dish, momos, a traditional dumpling that is made from gently spiced vegetables or minced lamb wrapped in pastry and served with a tamarind sauce, or try some hearty soup like the thukpa (chicken cooked with noodles and seasonal vegetables). Moving on to the main course, we recommend going for something traditionally Nepalese like the masala duck (battered duck fillet with onions, tomatoes and capsicum in a special massala sauce and exotic Nepalese spices) or the Himalayan curry (slow-cooked lamb or barbequed chicken with Himalayan herbs, garlic and ginger, garnished with spring onion and fresh coriander).
You’ll also find some classic Indian curries on the menu at this Macclesfield town centre curry house, from dopiaza, to bhuna, korma, jalfrezi and pasandas – there is something for all tastes over at Gurkha Dining down Samuel Street. Whether you are a long time lover of Nepalese cuisine or are looking for something a little bit different from the usual Indian offerings in Cheshire, taking a trip to Gurkha Dining comes highly recommended.