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Our aim is to take you on a sensory journey across Nepal and the Indian subcontinent through aromas, spices and a traditional atmosphere.

Namaste Nepal is our only establishment in the UK in which we are proud of serving only the highest quality food. Our menu offers to you a fusion of classic Nepalese and Indian exclusive selected dishes by our vastly experienced Nepalese chef, Mr Dhurba and also the prospect of being looked after by the owner Mr Chandra Kumar, KC, who has been involved in the restaurant for over 32 years. These combines skills have been the key to the success of Namaste Nepal Restaurant. Along with the highest standard of food preparation, we are proud to have trained staff and provided wonderful service, aiming to strike that perfect balance between relaxed and attentive.

We provide a huge selection of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes.

* delivery service available

* Justeat - Deliveroo

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164-166 Burton Road, Manchester, M20 1LH
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