Sambandha Nepalese Fusion

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About Sambandha Nepalese Fusion

At Sydney’s Auburn Central, Sanbandha Nepalese Fusion serves up some of the area’s most flavourful Nepalese cuisine. Elegantly decorated and featuring a dimly lit dining area, this Auburn restaurant is suitable for a romantic night out as much as it is for a casual lunch with coworkers. You’ll find this superlative Nepalese restaurant on the corner of Queen Street and Harrow Road, just steps from Auburn station and just down the road from Lidcombe Oval and Velodrome.

Opening Times

Open now - Closes at 9:30 pm
Saturday
11:30 am - 9:30 pm
Sunday
11:30 am - 9:30 pm
Monday
11:30 am - 9:30 pm
Tuesday
11:30 am - 9:30 pm
Wednesday
11:30 am - 9:30 pm
Thursday
11:30 am - 9:30 pm
Friday
11:30 am - 9:30 pm

Address

Sambandha Nepalese Fusion
P17 Queen Street & Harrow, Auburn
Sydney 2144

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More about Sambandha Nepalese Fusion, Auburn

Nepalese cuisine features influences from the Chinese and Indian kitchen, and includes unique dishes that have been shaped by life in the Himalayan mountains. From their cosy restaurant on Queen Street – at Auburn Central – in the heart of Sydney’s Auburn area, the folks behind Sambandha Nepalese Fusion aim to share unique specialities and dishes from their homeland in an environment that’s relaxed and comfortable.

Locals flock to Sambandha Nepalese Fusion for dishes like the incredible vegetarian thukpa (a Nepalese-style laksa soup), the keema chow mein and the classic momo, Nepalese dumplings stuffed with fillings like chicken or vegetables. The Auburn restaurant also offers a number of small plates that are perfect for mixing and matching such as the jhinge maccha (deep-fried school prawns with lemon wedges), bhuttan pan-fried goat tripes, and the tasty badam sadhek (peanuts roasted with Nepalese herbs and spices). Enjoy a mango or rose-flavoured lassi to wash it all down, or go for an indulgent dessert like the raas bhari or lal mohan. Booking in advance is advised.