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Chilli Everest Authentic Nepalese

Melbourne CBD Asian, Nepalese $$$ +100
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About Chilli Everest Authentic Nepalese

The hungry dining punters of Melbourne love spicy food, and curries are always among their favourite things to see on a menu. While they would more commonly associate curries with Indian and Thai cuisine, there is an increasing number of Nepalese restaurants springing up around town, and in the city centre, Chilli Everest Authentic Nepalese is the go to destination. On Little Lonsdale Street, close to Melbourne Central train station, they over Himalayan favourites – so book a table now.

Opening Hours

  • Monday 11:30 - 15:30, 17:30 - 21:30
  • Tuesday 11:30 - 15:30, 17:30 - 21:30
  • Wednesday 11:30 - 15:30, 17:30 - 21:30
  • Thursday 11:30 - 15:30, 17:30 - 21:30
  • Friday 11:30 - 15:30, 17:30 - 22:00
  • Saturday 11:30 - 15:30, 17:30 - 22:00
  • Sunday 11:30 - 15:30, 17:30 - 22:00
Chilli Everest Authentic Nepalese, Shop 6 / Little Lonsdale Street 212, 3000 Melbourne

Further Information

The curry cognoscenti of Melbourne are always on the lookout for a new food trend to follow, and their latest favourite is Nepalese food, with so many restaurants springing up that you can’t swing a Kathmandu without hitting one. In the city centre, inside Melbourne Central station on Little Lonsdale Street, one can find Chilli Everest Authentic Nepalese, a restaurant that brings Nepalese cuisine to the streets of Melbourne.

Nepalese food is not as well known those of its near neighbours in India and China, but they can punch well above their weight in the culinary stakes. They take influences from their southern neighbours – curries and tandoori dishes, for example – and their cousins to the North – momo dumplings wouldn’t look out of place on a dim sum platter – while also maintaining an authentic Nepalese flavour. Book a table now to experience it for yourself.

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