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Namaste! In Frankfurt, there's not much that you feel is culinary that doesn't exist yet. And if something new enriches the restaurant landscape that didn't exist before, the joy about it is especially great! And so it was on the evening of the station quarter night when the first Nepalese restaurant in Frankfurt celebrated its reopening: Nepali Chulho.
The ground floor of the beautiful Metro Boutique Hotel (Hotel Villa Oriental) in Baseler Straße hides a world of Far Eastern delights that you haven't yet been able to taste in Frankfurt. The restaurant is only a few steps away from Frankfurt main station - and the way is worth it. The menu includes the Napali plate, for many THE national dish of Nepal. The speciality is based on a light and airy Basmati rice, a traditionally seasoned lentil sauce and natural yoghurt. Depending on the season, vegetables, spicy, sour or hot sauces and sometimes meat round off the dish. The chef in Nepali Chulho prepares a special Ayurvedic chutney for the thalis, which harmoniously bundles and rounds off the various taste components. Vegetarians and vegans in particular will certainly like the Nepalese cuisine very much. Whether vegetable allergy refined with Himalaya spices and fried in soybean oil, spinach with soy balls in tomato-curry sauce with almonds or traditional Nepalese salads: the choice is huge. Especially recommended are the Mo:Mo dumplings!
The ambience is as convincing as the food. In contrast to the hectic hustle and bustle of the big city, an oasis of peace awaits you here. The walls paneled with dark wood create a feel-good atmosphere that quickly makes you forget the world outside. Something very special is also the backyard of the restaurant and hotel. He's a real holiday ambassador. Under huge palm trees it is beautiful and warm on warm summer evenings or at lunchtime: (a tip for lovers) very romantic!
Where? In the Metro Boutique Hotel, Baseler Str. 21, 60329 Frankfurt
When? Tgl. 11:30 - 23 o'clock