Burwood seems to me like a bit of an odd suburb to have a Nepalese restaurant, but bam! That's where Little Nepal is. We arrive early so the tiny restaurant is empty save for 2 tables. Once inside, I quite like it for its lime green back wall, huge Nepalese flag, red patterned table cloths and mirrors lining the left wall.
|Nepali special chiya $3.70|
|Plain roti (2pcs) $3, Pappadums complimentary|
|Badel tareko $11.50|
Pan fried wild boar in Everest base camp way
|Khasi ko bhutan $12.50|
Goat's heart and liver cooked in a typical Nepalese way
|Chicken Biryani $14.50|
Tender chicken pieces marinated overnight and cooked with basmati rice flavored with roasted spices
|Raasa bhari $7|
Cottage cheese balls dipped in sugar syrup
Homemade rice pudding
Nepalese cuisine is a very great cuisine to be eating during the colder months because the spices will warm up your tummy! And if it gets too hot, you can cool down with some sweet desserts. If you're sick of chinese food in burwood, head down to Little Nepal!
135 Burwood Rd,