Best Nepalese Restaurants in Sydney

Best Nepalese Restaurants in Sydney
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Below is a list of the top and leading Nepalese Restaurants in Sydney. To help you find the best Nepalese Restaurants located near you in Sydney, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.

This article is updated every 3-4 months.

Sydney’s Best Nepalese Restaurants:

The top rated Nepalese Restaurants in Sydney are:

  • Hamro Aangan
  • The Hungry Eye
  • The Nepalese Chef

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Hamro Aangan

Hamro Aangan
Hamro Aangan

Hamro Aangan – Authentic Nepalese cuisine is the order of the day at Balgowlah’s Hamro Aangan. Meaning ‘our courtyard’ in Nepali, Hamro Aangan serves up stunning cuisine made from the heart at their lovely location on Sydney Road, only moments from Manly Golf Club and Jilling Cove. Make sure to start off with one of the restaurant’s fantastic appetisers such as the classic momo (Nepalese-style dumplings) or the aaloo chop, then decide from vegetarian options like paneer palungo, kwati (a curry made with nine different beans!), or jhaneko daal, traditional mains like the makhani khukura and morang khasi (chef’s highly popular goat dish), or take a thali and experience several of the restaurant’s best dishes at once. Sydney’s Hamro Aangan is known to get busy – book a table in advance to avoid disappointment.

Products/Services:

Aaloo Chop, Fhulaura, Tareko Machha, Mis Maas, Bhutuwa ra Chiaura, Bhatmaas Sadheko, Aloo Ko Achaar, Chhoila, Sekuwa, Poleko Khukura, Morang Khasi, Nepali Khasi ko Masu, Pudina Khasi, Piro Khukhura, Makhani Khukura, Jeera Khukura, Jhinge Tarkari, Piro Jhinge, Side Dishes, Desserts, Banquet

LOCATION:

Address334 Sydney Rd, Balgowlah NSW 2093
Phone: (02) 8540 2921
Website: www.hamroaangan.com.au

REVIEWS:

“Great restaurant with a big selection of vegetarian curries. And they seem to be not as oily and rich as some Indian curries which is good. The goat isn’t as good but that’s the nature of goat I think. There’s a reason why it’s not a staple meat in wealthy countries. But if you like vegetation food this is great place.” -Sarah Weate

The Hungry Eye

The Hungry Eye
The Hungry Eye

The Hungry Eye – With 20 years of experience cooking in the finest restaurants across Europe & Asian continent, their chef is excited to present their vision to you and all their guests. Their caring and committed staff will ensure you have a fantastic experience with them.

Their restaurant is available for private events: weddings, business lunches, dinners, cocktail receptions, and more. They would love to discuss how to be a part of your next event.

They refuse to compromise on quality in our restaurant. That’s why they source their fresh ingredients from local farmers’ markets.

Products/Services:

Kaju Roll, Veg Mandala, Paneer Pagoda, Tamarind Chat, Crispy Chicken, Chicken or Lamb Kebab, Steamed Momo, Lamb Cutlets, Tandoori Thigh Fillets, Grilled Lamb Back Strap, Garlick King Prawns, Crispy Prawn Skewer, Fewa Fried Fish, Chilly Calamari, Crumbed King Prawns

LOCATION:

Address117 Smith St, Summer Hill NSW 2130
Phone: (02) 8970 4604
Website: www.hungryeye.com.au

REVIEWS:

“As a person from Nepal, I’ve enjoyed their food a lot. The quality, ingredients used and the consistency is something I think all Nepalese restaurants owners need to come here and try out. It’s outstanding 10 out of 10 times. The food from Hungry Eye is 5/5 period.” -Lex M.

The Nepalese Chef

The Nepalese Chef
The Nepalese Chef

The Nepalese Chef – For food from the roof of the world, Homebush locals say Namaste at The Nepalese Chef on Parramatta Road. Once through the door, step onto the streets of Nepal with background music, stunning wall murals depicting mountains, bright blossoming trees and a chilled-out vibe of dark blue sky and fairy lights, setting the mood for diners to embark on a taste journey. After satiating hunger pains, The Garage Lounge Room awaits guests wanting to party, offering Bluetooth speakers, leather couches and a pool table. Ascend to a new level of food consciousness with choices like choila – tandoor oven grilled marinated mutton tossed in Nepalese spice and mustard oil, before reaching the summit with a main of vegetarian curry, served with aromatic sautéed rice, cashew nuts and peas.

Products/Services:

Pani Puri, Alu Chop, Bara, Bhatmas Sadheko, Aloo Achar, Choila, Bhutan, Sekuwa, Chicken Curry, Goat Curry, Aloo Tama, Nepali Saag, Aloo Cauli, Raajma, Daal

LOCATION:

Address53 Parramatta Rd, Homebush NSW 2140
Phone: (02) 9746 2120
Website: www.thenepalesechef.com.au

REVIEWS:

“Absolutely amazing place with delicious food and great service. My most favourite Nepalese restaurant in town!” -Ishita Vyas