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One of Melbourne’s first Nepalese restaurants, Gurkhas Brasserie’s beginnings were humble enough, but the enterprise has since blossomed into a much-loved family of eateries, with five locations throughout the city. At their popular Prahran outlet on Chapel Street, diners can feast on authentic cuisine from the owners’ native Nepal and you’ll find a menu packed with authentic options, from curries to starters and sides, all served up in a charming Nepalese-style dining room.
Delish food friendly service, excellent value for money. Can BYO as well! Absolute winner will definitely be back, such a gem. Would recommend in to my friends
A really lively environment, my second time visiting this establishment and the same result - good food. Meal was prepared fast, the tastes aromatic (in particular the vegetarian curry dish). Would visit again in a heartbeat.
Service was good. Choice of dishes great but curries needed more spice and spicy heat. Roti was tasty and huge portion served. Recommend the momo to start.
Often pushed aside in favour of the cuisines of its bigger neighbours India and China, at Gurkhas Brasserie you can experience the exciting flavours of Nepalese cooking for yourself. Dishing up Nepalese goodness to Melbourne since 1995, Gurkhas Brasserie’s is backed by experience and has established quite a name for itself with their delicious offering. At their Prahran restaurant you can tuck into an abundance of traditional dishes from an extensive menu, from starters and sides to home-style Nepalese curries.
A trip to any Nepalese restaurant wouldn’t be complete without trying a momo, Nepal’s famous street-food style dumpling – we recommend starting off with Gurkhas Brasserie’s meat momo (ginger lamb dumplings served with a tomato chutney). Main course options include khasi ko masu, a traditional Nepalese style curry with diced goat meat and fresh coriander, and the khacila curry with spicy meatballs flavoured with aromatic herbs and spices. Be sure to book a table at Gurkhas Brasserie on Prahran’s Chapel Street for an authentic Nepalese experience in Melbourne!