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Led by passionate food lover and chef Rad Sapkota, the kitchen at Melbourne’s Aagaman Indian Nepalese Restaurant is open every day of the week, serving up an array of South Asian dishes that warm the heart and soul. Gorgeously decorated, the dining area is chic and full of light, perfect for any occasion. Situated on Bay Street in Port Melbourne, you won’t find anything else like Aagaman – visit with an open mind and prepare to be swept off your feet.
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All good as always good consistent food worth a look on a visit to the area. The chilli chicken is a must try
All was very good in every way. We'll be back.
The food is consistently great and the service friendly and efficient. Really like the recent decor updates. A local favourite.
Meaning arrival in Hindi, Aagaman on Port Melbourne’s Bay Street takes guests on an exciting culinary journey until they’ve arrived at their destination – a satisfied feeling of wholeness, wellbeing and nourishment. Head chef Rad Sapkota leads diners on their food adventure, cooking with seasonal and organic ingredients and presenting them with a wealth of exotic flavours from both the Nepalese and Indian kitchen. A food lover since a young age, chef Sapkota has brought his dreams to life with Melbourne's Aagaman, and is looking forward to sharing this accomplishment with his diners.
Whether it’s for lunch or dinner, guests are spoilt for choice at Aagaman Indian Nepalese Restaurant in Port Melbourne. For lunch, we recommend ordering the chicken momos (dumplings), one of Nepal’s most popular dishes. One of Chef Sapkota’s favourite dishes is the gulmeli lamb, a rich dish made with diced lamb, potatoes, fresh spinach and cashews. And if you’ve still got room for dessert (we hope you do!), you simply must try the dark chocolate samosa (a chocolate-covered samosa served with cream) or the pista kulfi, homemade Indian ice cream with pistachios. Do visit this amazing Melbourne restaurant for lunch, dinner or dessert – and make a reservation to avoid disappointment.