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Sharing their love for the traditional food of the Himalayas, the staff at Sherpa Kitchen is passionate about introducing Nepalese cuisine to locals in Sydney’s Newtown. Located among numerous international restaurants on busy King Street, Sherpa Kitchen shines for its use of fresh ingredients, its impressive selection of healthy menu items and its numerous vegetarian options. Available for dine-in or takeaway every day of the week, Sherpa Kitchen is raising the bar for great South Asian cuisine in Sydney.
Newbies to Nepalese cuisine are often pleasantly surprised at how healthy and delicious the menu items are. At Sherpa Kitchen in Sydney’s Newtown, guests are served poppadoms with a tasty yogurt dipping sauce at no additional cost as they wait for their main course, allowing them to slowly ease their way into their meal. A number of refreshing drinks are available for guests to choose from, including mohi – a fruity drink made with yoghurt – which acts as a cooling agent alongside the restaurant’s numerous spicy mains.
No trip to Sydney’s Sherpa Kitchen would be complete without ordering momo, delicious Nepalese dumplings similar to Japanese gyoza but with a unique flavour all their own. Move on to delicious mains like the vegetable ball curry (potato and cottage cheese dumplings cooked in a sauce made from cashews) or the popular goat curry (slow-cooked goat served in a sauce of fresh coconut, green chilli and ginger). End with a scoop of the unbelievably delicious Himalayan pistachio ice cream to experience the sweeter side of Nepalese cuisine, and be sure to book in advance for your next trip to Sherpa Kitchen on Newtown’s King Street.