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The Gurkhas may be more associated with fighting than cooking, but their origins lie in the Nepalese town of Gorkha, known as one of the mountain nation’s culinary capitals. The folk at The Gurkhas Restaurant on Greenhill Park in Hazelwood Park are committed to bringing the unique tastes of their homeland to Adelaide, so book a table now and head on over for a Nepalese feed
We had a lovely experience. The Gurkhas is a lovely welcoming, family oriented Nepalese restaurant. Great food served by gentle and friendly staff. This was our second visit and we were equally impressed the first time
The diners of Adelaide are an adventurous bunch, and they lovely a spicy dinner as much as anybody. Their appetite for curry is huge, and usually they get their fix from one of the many Indian restaurants that dot the city, but down in Hazelwood Park, there’s one of the lesser-known subcontinental cuisines on offer. The Gurkhas Restaurant on Greenhill Road serve up Nepalese delicacies to excite the palates of the curry cognoscenti.
Nepalese food shares much with their near neighbours in India and China, but it is quite distinct from them as well. At The Gurkhas on Greenhill Road in Hazelwood Park, you can pick up tandoor specialities and daals, but also uniquely Nepalese dishes like momo – steamed dumplings – and bhuteko buffalo, fried in a pan with garam masala and Sichuan peppers. Book a table now for an experience unlike any other in Adelaide.