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Sherpaz is a base camp of sorts for Melbourne’s intrepid fans of South Asian cuisine. Specialising in Himalayan cuisine that straddles the Indian and Nepalese borders, Sherpaz is a popular spot centrally located along the Fitzroy stretch of Victoria Parade. Offering professional, no-fuss service, the restaurant takes a pragmatic approach to great food, with a whole host of special offers and a fantastic range of specialty dishes to keep foodies busy for many meals to come.
Sherpaz likes to (excuse us) curry favour with Melbourne diners, keeping regulars loyal with great deals and hipping newbies to its Fitzroy restaurant’s unique brand of Himalayan cuisine with discounts for first-time customers. Loyalists know that their seventh meal is free, while novices should know that they can claim a 10% discount on their first order between $30 and $50. Order up more than $50 worth of Sherpaz’ fine Indian and Nepalese dishes and you get a massive 20% discount! Find Sherpaz along Victoria Parade, over the road from Fitzroy Gardens, and see what high-altitude subcontinental cuisine looks and tastes like from the top.
Dishes that perennially wow diners at Sherpaz’ Fitztory premises are numerous. Ranked by popular acclaim, signature specialties include the chicken momo – steamed dumplings with fresh tomato chutney – delicacies that draw from Chinese tradition as much as Indian and Nepalese. Classic butter chicken is always a surefire winner, here, too, best enjoyed with a herbed and spiced rice biryani. Vegetarians will love the potato and pea samosas, spiced eggplant, and the classic saag paneer, combining spinach with Indian cottage cheese, tomato, capsicum, herbs, and a dash of cream. Book a table at one of Melbourne’s most down-to-earth Indian restaurants now.