Nepalese Set Meal

Daal-Bhaat is a typical and traditional Nepalese food composed of lentils and rice. The majority of Nepalese eat Daal-bhaat twice a day. Tarkaari, vegetable curry, and Achaar, pickle or chutney, are subsistence foods that are used in most meals. Meat is called Maasu; it is a rare treat, served at feasts and festivals.

Daal-Bhaat Tarkaari
$16.99
Rice, lentils, naan, raita, and cucumber served with two dishes of veggie curries.
Dessert: Choice of Mt. Everest in a Blanket, Kheer, or Gulap Jamun.
Daal-Bhaat Maasu
$19.99
Rice, lentils, Naan, raita, and cucumber served with choice of lamb or chicken curry and veggie curry.
Dessert: Choice of Mt. Everest in a Blanket, Kheer, or Gulap Jamun.