I remember when this restaurant was being 'assembled' about 10 years ago. At the time I lived next door!
We were not so familiar with Nepalese food...in fact I am pretty sure I've never had it before, so we decided to order a selection of the main courses - the Vegetable Tapari. Of the selection the pumpkin cooked in tomato and onion sauce with Carom seeds was probably my favourite, but the...more
So let me preface this by saying, as a child... I had a really bad experience with a curry. A very spicy, strong, neon yellow curry. Was forced to wash it down with a tall glass of milk... my babysitter didn't know I was lactose intolerant. Since that experience, the smell of a curry (still unsure what kind of curry exactly) can cause me some anxiety.
Fast forward, Mr. Snarky suggested...more
I headed down to The Gurkha Diner with my mum who was up in London for the evening on Thursday. Neither of us had had Nepalese cuisine before but I'd been eyeing up the takeaway menu that had come through my letterbox for quite some time so we decided to give it a whirl.
When we arrived we were impressed by the lovely light and airy decor. We were sat at our table by the politest of waiters...more
The Gurkha Diner is a nice place to go for a curry with a little difference.
I do enjoy a curry, in fact I am now on my third one this week. Although I should add a curry three evenings in a row is not very common even for me. A series of dinner appointments which have resulted in curries. Tonight was my sisters birthday and this was her choice of restaurant. Not the first time I've been here...more