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Eat at Neha's Kitchen

Check out our sample menus below. At Neha’s Kitchen, we aim to bring you not just delicious Nepali food but also convenience. Let us take care of your family’s dinner!

Our Specialty

  • 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 Chop: 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

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

  • Chicken Chilli: Lightly battered and stir-fried chicken, large dice onion, and bell pepper sauteed with homemade chili sauce and Himalayan herbs

  • Famous Taas: Organic beef marinated with Nepali herbs and spices, slowly roasted on Tawa(griddle). Traditionally served with Bhuja (puffed rice) this dish first emerged from Chitwan southwest part of Nepal

Nepali Food Image by Abhishek Sanwa Limbu


  • Anda Chiura: Scrambled egg with flattened rice

  • Chana: Chickpeas sauteed with Himalayan herbs and spices

  • Palpali Chukauni: Potato and red onion mixed with yogurt and spices

  • Sukuti: Dried, locally sourced beef jerky sauteed with Himalayan herbs and spices

  • Pakora: Deep-fried battered veggies

  • Chhoeyela: Newari-style grilled meat mixed with herbs and spices

  • Machha Tareko: Marinated deep-fried fish

  • Thukpa: Tibetan noodle soup with Himalayan herbs and spices

  • Karang: Oven baked Spicy pork ribs

  • Wai Wai Sadheko: Famous Nepali instant noodles with Himalayan herbs and spices

  • Bhatmaas Sadheko: Roasted soybean mixed with Himalayan herbs and spices

  • SekuwaSekuwa is meat roasted on a natural wood fire in traditional Nepalese country style. While the meat is still raw, it is mixed with natural herbs and other spices.

  • Crispy Corn: Sweet corn coated with corn starch and deep fried until crispy

Main Nepali Entree

  • Dal Bhat Tarkari: Lentil soup, Rice, Curry served with other side dishes and condiments such as pickle and spinach or other greens

  • Traditional Dhindo: It is prepared by gradually adding flour to boiling water while stirring. It is a staple meal in various parts of Nepal, especially Gurungs and Tamangs in the hilly region of Nepal - (Call us ahead for availability)

  • Aloo Bodi TamaNepali soup dish made of fermented bamboo shoots, potatoes, and black-eyed peas.)- Vegan-friendly

  • Mix Vegetable Curry: Slow-roasted vegetables tarai style with Himalayan spices - Vegan-friendly

  • Khasi for Masu: Slow-roasted goat meat stew tarai style with traditional Himalayan spices

  • Beef Curry: Slow-roasted beef stew tarai style with traditional Himalayan spices

  • Kukhura ko Masu: Slow-roasted chicken stew tarai style with traditional Himalayan spices

  • Sungur/Bangur ko Masu: Slow-roasted pork meat stew tarai style with traditional Himalayan spices

  • Kwati: Mixed soup with nine types of sprouted beans.

  • Bhatoora Tarkari: Fluffy deep-fried bread served with potato peas curry and dessert

Dhal Bhat Image by Abhishek Sanwa Limbu
Image by jaikishan patel


  • Basmati Rice: Our traditional rice

  • Pulau/Pilao: Turmeric-infused basmati rice with cardamom and cinnamon 

  • Fried Rice: Stir-fried basmati rice with vegetables

  • Khichdi: Lental and turmeric-infused basmati rice

  • 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

  • Sidra ko Achar: Fried and fermented fish pickle

  • Sel roti: Traditional ring-shaped sweet fried dough

Drinks and Dessert

  • Masala Chiya: Our famous black tea served with Himalayan spices

  • Blue Hawaiian Lassi: Traditional yogurt-based beverage infused with local organic tropical fruits

  • Rose Lassi: Traditional yogurt-based beverage infused with rose water

  • 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

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