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Monty's of Kathmandu

Montys is a traditional and authentic Nepalese Restaurant, owned by Nepalese owner. It has won a ton of ethnic dining awards. The food is good if not exceptional, focusing primarily on Nepalese dishes like gorkhali (chicken cooked in chilli, yoghurt and ginger) or kachela (raw marinated meat). The atmosphere is muted, but on weeknights it can tend towards the moribund. << more >>


Diwali Restaurant

The Diwali Indian Restaurant situated in the heart of the city is taking Indian cuisine to its finest levels and gives it a true indian taste. The lunch menu is available from Monday to Friday. Lunches at Diwali include Starters, Main Courses and Tea/Coffee. The starters are a colourful assortment of appetisers cooked throughout India. Main courses includes usual Indian dishes such as Masala and Korma, as well as cooked lamb and veggie dishes. The Diwali Early Bird is served between 5.30pm-7.30pm. It's much the same deal as lunch two courses plus tea/coffee. << more >>


Kathmandu Kitchen

Kathmandu Kitchen is authentic Nepalese and Indian cuisine dedicated to providing the customer with an exceptional overall dining experience to moderate prices, consistently. This restaurant is full of Light, colors and that festive ambience which makes our customers relax and enjoy their meal. With a buzzy atmosphere and a healthy competition in the hospitality industry it is time to try something difference from the Chicken Tikka Masala and Kathmandu Kitchen is here to provide its customers that difference. We believe only in excelling and so do our friendly staffs, unique Nepalese hospitality that will make you return soon for another tantalizing “taste”. << more >>


Mt. Everest of Kathmandu Restaurant

Mount Everest of Kathmandu is a new Nepalese and Tibetan restaurant in Bray, Co. Wicklow. The menu features mainly Nepalese and Tibetan dishes, which a section of Indian favourites as well. We have been to quite a few Nepalese restaurants over the past two years or so, but haven’t really come across Tibetan dishes up until now. They are in the same food family as Indian or Nepalese food, but there are Chinese influences, so expect to see some dishes served on sizzling platters, and don’t be surprised if cashew nuts make an appearance.


Vagya Restaurant

The word "Vagya" means luck in Nepalese and here in Vagya we feel very lucky to offer you a dining experience that incorporates excellent food and attentive service. We have accumulated a wealth of knowledge from our diverse experience in distinguished restaurants around the world. Vagya has brought our team together and in turn brought us to you. << more >>


Buddha Palace

The Buddha Palace is a Nepalese and Indian restaurant just outside Newbridge in Kildare. It is situated across from the big retail park to the south of the town that has Tesco as the main store. The restaurant is in an older building just at Langton Cross and our friend Maureen laughed when she saw it – she lived in Newbridge for a time and always thought that this would be a great spot for a restaurant. From the outside the Buddha Palace is a vision in pink, with bright lights on a dark night, and there is a definite sense of Bollywood exuberance. Inside it is more tranquil, with dark red lamps providing the light, while the colour scheme is in creams and browns, with vibrant, colourful artwork and tapestries hanging on the wall, while at the back of the room an old carved alter stands against the wall.