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Introducing Neha's Kitchen: Where Authentic Nepali Cuisine Meets Unforgettable Dining Experiences.

Welcome to Neha's Kitchen, where we invite you to embark on a culinary journey through the vibrant flavors and rich traditions of Nepal. Nestled amidst the Himalayas, Nepal boasts a diverse tapestry of culinary delights, shaped by its cultural heritage and bountiful landscapes. At Neha's Kitchen, we strive to capture the essence of Nepali cuisine with our authentic recipes, handcrafted with love and passion.


Our menu reflects the essence of Nepali gastronomy, offering a tantalizing array of dishes that celebrate the country's diverse culinary heritage. From the iconic momo, succulent dumplings bursting with flavor, to the aromatic daal bhat tarkari, a wholesome feast that embodies the spirit of Nepali hospitality, each dish is a celebration of tradition and taste.


Drawing inspiration from the bazaars of Tarai to the remote villages of the Himalayas, our chefs meticulously source the finest ingredients, ensuring every bite is a symphony of flavors and textures. Whether you're indulging in the tender Khasi Ko Masu (goat meat), savoring the tangy Golbhetda ko achar (thakali style), or delighting in the sweet notes of our Kheer dessert, every dish at Neha's Kitchen is a culinary masterpiece.


At Neha's Kitchen, we believe that food has the power to transcend borders and unite hearts. Whether you're hosting an intimate gathering, a corporate event, or a grand celebration, let us transport you to the picturesque landscapes of Nepal with our authentic cuisine and warm hospitality.


Join us at Neha's Kitchen and experience the magic of Nepali cuisine – where every meal is a celebration of flavor, culture, and community.

App (Choose any 2 items)

  • MomosThe most popular street food in Nepal. Our mouth-watering dumplings are stuffed with chicken and Vegetables and served with a tangy roasted tomato and cilantro sauce.

  • Aloo Sadheko: Organic mashed potato patty mixed with Nepali herbs and spices, dipped in gram flour batter, and deep fried until golden brown

  • Samosa: Fried South Asian pastry with a savory filling, including ingredients such as spiced potatoes, peas, and onions

  • Samosa Chaat: Mashed samosa with peas curry and yogurt cilantro sauce

  • Veggie Chow Mein: Organic egg stir-fried noodles with Nepali-style herbs and spices

  • Chicken RoastRoast-Chicken marinated in a tantalizing blend of traditional Nepali spices, including ginger, garlic, cumin, and fenugreek. Roasted to perfection, the chicken boasts crispy, golden
    skin and tender, juicy meat. Accompanied by a side of zesty achar (pickle) and fresh, aromatic
    herbs, our Nepali Chicken Roast is a hearty and flavorful experience that captures the essence
    of Nepalese cuisine.

  • Machha Tareko: Fish marinated in a delightful blend of Nepali spices, including turmeric, cumin, and coriander. Expertly fried to a golden crisp, each bite offers a harmonious balance of flavors and textures, with a hint of citrus from fresh lemon. Served with a side of tangy achar (pickle) and garnished with fresh cilantro, this dish is a perfect combination of aromatic spices and succulent fish, transporting your taste buds to the heart of the Himalayas.

Nepali Food Image by Abhishek Sanwa Limbu

Main (Choose any one dish)

  • Masoor Daal (Red Lentil): This traditional red lentil soup is lovingly simmered with a blend of aromatic spices including turmeric, cumin, and garlic, creating a rich and fragrant broth. The red lentils are cooked to a creamy perfection, offering a warm and comforting texture. Garnished with fresh cilantro and a squeeze of lemon, our Massor Dal is served with a side of steamed rice or warm roti. This nutritious and flavorful dish is a staple in Nepali cuisine, perfect for a wholesome and satisfying meal.

  • Maas Daal (Black Lentil): Black lentil soup is slow-cooked to perfection, infused with aromatic spices such as turmeric, cumin, and coriander. Each spoonful delivers a rich and earthy taste, complemented by a subtle smoky undertone. Garnished with fried Jimbu (Himalayan herb) and served with a side of steamed rice or warm roti, Maas Ko Dal is a nourishing and flavorful dish that embodies the essence of Nepali home cooking. Perfect for a wholesome meal that warms both the body and soul.

  • Basmati Rice/ Jasmine Rice/ Pulau Rice/ Fried Rice: Pick your choice of rice.

  • Curry (Non-Veg): Pick from chicken curry, beef curry, goat curry, or fish curry.

  • Curry (Veg)Aloo gobi or mixed vegetable curry or aloo matar curry.

  • Saag (Nepali style leafy Greens): Savor the wholesome goodness of our Saag, a traditional Nepali dish featuring tender leafy greens cooked to perfection. Fresh spinach or mustard greens or water spinach (Ong Choy) or Watercress Depending on season and market are sautéed with a fragrant blend of garlic, ginger, and cumin, creating a simple yet flavorful dish. Lightly seasoned with turmeric and chili, our Saag offers a delightful balance of earthy and spicy notes. Served as a nutritious side or a light main course, this dish pairs beautifully with steamed rice or warm roti.

  • Karkalo (Nepali style Taro leaves Lu'au): Traditional dish made from tender taro leaves. These nutrient-rich leaves are carefully cooked with a blend of aromatic spices, including turmeric, cumin, and mustard seeds, resulting in a dish that is both savory and satisfying. Enhanced with a touch of garlic and ginger, our Karkalo offers a harmonious mix of earthy and tangy notes. Served with steamed rice or warm roti, this dish provides a wholesome and authentic taste of Nepali cuisine. Perfect for those seeking a nutritious and flavorful vegetarian option.

Achar (Choose one)

  • Bhetal: Thick tomoato sauce with soybean

  • Mula ko Achar: Organic fermented radish with Himalayan spices

  • Dalle ko Achar: Pickled round chili. The spiciest chili pepper from Nepal

  • Gundruk ko Achar: Fermented leafy green vegetables

  • Thakali tomato Achar: Fermented leafy green vegetables and tomatoes


  • Kheer: Rice pudding with cinnamon cooked over low heat for a day

  • Lal Mohan/Gulab Jamun: Fried cheese served with rose water and sugar cane syrup

Image by jaikishan patel
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