The portions were substantial, but the taste was subdued and the food quality was average. We focused on the Tibetan and Nepales food since there at other better options for indian food in the area, We found the breads ordinary as well as the rice.
We would stop here again, if in the neighborhood, but would not make a special trip. Teh chicken momo wand sauce were oridnary. The sherpa stew was plentiful but not memorable. The chicken butayko was just bland even with the little heat thaw as present
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