Thank Sagarmatha for the Nepalese cuisine renaissance in Melbourne. And if you live in Mentone, thank Marpha for their blessed existence up on Mentone Parade. It’s been a boom year for this less well-travelled South Asian cuisine – and it’s hardly southern is it? This Himalayan culinary tradition blends northern Indian and Chinese traditions with more distinctly indigenous influences for a high-altitude dining experience that’s hearty, spicy and satisfying. A true community player, Marpha has close ties to charities and sports clubs in the area, made possible by the sheer popularity of their food. Plus, to battle the Melbourne summer these guys fly in Mustang beer, ice cold and Himalayan through and through! If you’ve never gone Nepalese, or even better you surely have, Marpha is one restaurant you need to book now – or again.
Walked in and had to ask which table my partner and I were meant to be sitting at. Waited 20 minutes and no one came over for service so left. Can't even say it was poor service because there was no service at all.
Very good quality food at affordable prices Very good service a We really enjoyed the evening Traditional Nepal and north indian food It was packed