About Namaste Nepalese
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Nepalese cuisine has taken off in popularity in recent years, becoming a favourite not only with adventurous foodies, but also with casual diners and students looking for a satisfying and tasty meal in the heart of Parkside. Found on the corner of George Street and Robsart Street, Namaste Nepalese impresses diners with their friendly service, stunning Nepalese dishes and commitment to quality. Open seven days a week, you’ll love dropping by this popular restaurant for a fresh bite to eat.
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The folks behind Namaste Nepalese are proud to serve up Adelaide's most talked-about cuisine. From banquets to a la carte items, the restaurant’s menu includes unique dishes from across the Himalayas, allowing diners to experience flavours and smells not commonly found in southern Australia. You can find this lovely restaurant on the corner of Robsart Street and George Street, just down the street from Pityarrilla and Keswick Creek in Parkside.
No matter whether you’re a first timer or an aficionado, Namaste Nepalese is likely going to surprise you with their tasty menu offerings. Begin with entrees such as the momo suruwa, a clear soup consisting of steamed chicken dumplings, spring onions, ginger, garlic, fresh coriander, green beans, noodles, carrots and spinach or the tasty Nepalese samosas. For mains, you’ll get to choose from an array of seafood, goat, lamb, chicken or vegetarian dishes, plus incredible Chulo Specials made using a charcoal clay oven. We recommend trying the chulo ko machha, barramundi fillet marinated in yoghurt, ginger, garlic and lemon juice, then baked in a charcoal clay oven with Hariyo salad. Hungry yet? Book in advance for an unforgettable dinner at Namaste Nepalese in Adelaide’s Parkside.