This is a nice and quiet low key restaurant with excellent service an very good food. The ambience is chill and intimate. 100% recommend! Don’t forget to indicate how spicy you prefer your dishes!
Delicious chana masala, 100% fulfilled my craving! Food was delivered fast and well-packed.
booked last minute excellent food visited solo staying at the city hub hotel around the corner made welcome straight away food was excellent beer good service was great would highly recommend.
All the components for the momos should be combined in a big basin. To develop flavour, cover and leave aside for 10 to 15 minutes.
Put a steamer on high heat with water in the base. Six wrappers should be spread out on the bench. Moisten the top edge of each wrapper with a damp finger. Each wrapper should have a half-flat tablespoon of the mixture in the centre, which you should nearly fold in half. Make a few pleats on one side, gradually draw the sides together from one end, and curve the MO:MO: so it rests upright. Another classic design is a moneybag with a tiny steam vent in the middle of the top. Use the leftover wrappers and filling to repeat.
Deep-fried mixed vegetables in a light, fragrant batter (chickpeas flour) and Jwaano (lovage seeds)
This is Nepalese-style street food. Pakora is a small, crispy vegetable fritter that is commonly served as an appetiser at Indian restaurants outside of India and Nepal. Before being fried until crunchy, they are brimming with exquisite Indian spices.
A typical Nepali everyday dish (vegetarian or with meat to order) is served with lentils, vegetable curry, raita, and homemade pickles.
The Himalayan Daal-Bhaat Thali is a quintessential dish that epitomises the simplicity and richness of Himalayan cuisine. This traditional meal, deeply rooted in the culinary heritage of Nepal, is a complete and balanced platter that provides a wholesome and satisfying dining experience.
TIKKA MASALA )
Mild and creamy tomato-based dish with sweet cashew cream and aromatic Himalayan spices.
JHAL FREZI ))
Fairly hot and sour stir fry of tender meat with onions, tomatoes, green chillies, fresh ginger and garlic, pepper and coriander.
And many more….
Create unforgettable memories of delicious dinner at Himalayan Kitchen Amsterdam with your family, friends and relatives.
Cooking is not just a craft; it’s an art where flavors dance and cultures blend. In our kitchen, we don’t just make food; we weave stories of heritage and tradition from the heart of the Himalayas