5 Restaurants in Adelaide: Nepalese

Sample top meat at Nepalese restaurants in Adelaide

The cuisine of Nepal relies heavily on meat, so carnivores will be in their element at Nepalese restaurants in Adelaide. Down at The Gurkha's Restaurant, there are plenty of delicious meat options to choose from. Goat meat is popular in Nepal, so if you're looking for an authentic menu choice then their goat curry is ideal. Cooked with fresh herbs and served with tomato pickle and spices, it's second to none among Adelaide's Nepalese restaurants. For those who prefer white meat, the butter chicken (made with tomato, garlic, ginger, and more) served with roti or rice is also recommended by the chef.

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Namaste Nepalese

Parkside
Nepalese$$$$
5.5/623
Namaste Nepalese

The Gurkha's Restaurant

CBD
Nepalese$$$$
5.3/633
The Gurkha's Restaurant

Taste Of The Himalayas

Brighton
Nepalese$$$$
5.5/616
Taste Of The Himalayas
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Panas Authentic Nepalese Restaurant

Mile End
Nepalese$$$$
5.4/65
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Yeti Nepalese Restaurant

Goodwood
Nepalese
Yeti Nepalese Restaurant
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    Enjoy spicy fish curries at Nepalese restaurants in Adelaide

    When it comes to South Asian cuisine, the humble curry is a staple item. While Nepal might be landlocked and hundreds of miles from the sea, there are plenty of seafood curries available made with fresh, locally sourced ingredients from the Gulf St Vincent. The fish curry made with barramundi and stewed in onions, tomatoes, curry leaves and bhara masala spices is a popular choice, while those who love other types of seafood can swap the barramundi out and replace it with prawns.
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    Have something veggie at Nepalese restaurants in Adelaide

    While there might be a lot of meat on the menus at Adelaide's Nepalese restaurants, vegetarians can certainly find something to satisfy them. There are lots of meat free staple dishes in Nepalese cuisine, and down at Namaste Nepalese in Parkside you can try them out. The daal bhaat masu is a popular favourite: made with rice and lentils and cooked with a range of spices, this meat free dish is an ideal comfort food choice. Whether you're a full vegetarian or just fancy a change from what you're used to, you'll find something ideal for you here.
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    Book ahead at Adelaide's Nepalese restaurants

    The cuisine of Nepal is popular across Adelaide and that means tables at Adelaide's Nepalese restaurants can fill up fast, especially at popular times such as weekend evenings. But with Quandoo, you don't have to worry abut calling ahead to book in advance: all you need to do is head over to our site, type in your requirements and find a restaurant that is right for you. By booking online you can say goodbye to calling ahead, and there's no need to risk mixed up reservations and lack of availability any more. It's never been easier!