Wednesday, 21 August 2013

Kathmandu Cuisine

Beautiful food, beautiful people and beautiful location. Kathmandu is relatively new to Hobart, offering a delicious range of Nepalese food, taking inspiration from their neighbours India, Tibet and China. Picture a quiet evening out with your loved one, tucked away in an intimate dining space, soft warm lighting and street views of heritage Battery Point. Or a lively get together with a bunch of friends out back. This place caters for all, providing excellent and attentive service. The menu is extensive, offering a range of dishes tailored for meat and vegetables.  We ordered a selection of curries, covering, fish, chicken, lamb and goat.  To accompany we had serves of garlic roti and rice, one infused with almonds, peas and currants.  The flavours in these meals are delicately complex, where saffron, cumin and cardamon marry black pepper cinnamon and ginger.  Beautifully presented, and prepared you will be hankering for more.  Chinese influences include mo mo or dumplings, fillings decided by the patron, and noodles, rice and soup dishes.  Prices are extremely reasonable, so don't be put off by its 'expensive' location. Located on the corner of Hampton and Francis Streets, Kathmandu is delightful and a fresh addition to dining in Hobart.

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