About the restaurant
At Jojolapa Nepalese Bar & Kitchen in Birmingham you can savour Nepalese cuisine against a backdrop of red walls, iconic paintings and impressive statues. Located in Fredrick Street in the popular Jewellery Quarter, Jojolapa Nepalese Bar & Kitchen provides guests with a glimpse of an exotic culture with their fusion of Chinese and Indian dishes and refreshing mix of tantalising flavours. Birmingham is lucky to have such an authentic Nepalese restaurant amongst its midst, so make a booking today and taste traditional food from the Himalayas.
Jojolapa Nepalese Bar & Kitchen in the Jewellery Quarter serve a full range of traditional a la carte dishes which are tasty and well-prepared by experienced chefs. Jojolapa's top speciality is momos, stuffed Nepalese dumplings filled with steamed vegetables or meat and encased in fried dough with delicious dips on the side. Guests can also enjoy a variety of traditional soups, spicy rice dishes, tandoori platters, vegetarian meals and innovative desserts, all washed down with satisfyingly festive cocktails. The dishes at Jojolapa Nepalese Bar & Kitchen are sure to include lashings of olive oil, herbs, fenugreek and spices. Getting a reservation in Birmingham on a Friday or Saturday night isn't always easy, but if you act quickly you can book a table at this Jewellery Quarter restaurant in just a few minutes.
Jojolapa means “welcome” in Nepali and the entire ambience of this Fredrick Street restaurant reiterates just that. When dining at this upmarket Birmingham restaurant, you will feel relaxed as the excellent service staff introduce you to a kaleidoscope of interesting dishes like Nepalese curry, lamb on the bone with traditional spices or sweet chilli chicken with Soul Tree Indian wine. The dimly lit rooms are both smart and romantic, making this an ideal haunt for couples or large groups of friends. Jojolapa Nepalese Bar & Kitchen guests can enjoy their meals in an atmospheric setting while the world seems to slip away.