Little Nepal

Row 1

925 Cortland Ave (btwn Gates & Folsom)
San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 643-3881
$ $
Tue–Sun: 5:00 PM–10:00 PM

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  • Impressive course. And the waitress is very friendly too :)
  • I wished the chicken choela was more spicy. I was hoping for authentic nepali cuisine but the food was more indian styled.
  • I would highly recommend the Tofu Tarkari. It's made with soft tofu and has a delicious cream-based sauce. I've had better rice and naan, but paired with the Tarkari, it made for a great meal.
  • It is delicious if you like spice. I ate basil lamp, it was spich but delicious.
  • Great take-out/delivery.
  • Kukhurako Ledo is very similar to butter chicken if you're looking for a safe choice.
  • Everything here is great. Well worth a visit.
  • Go out on a limb and try Nepalese dishes like tandoori salmon and curry lamb meatballs that will remind you of Indian cuisine, but with a Chinese kick.
  • Charming little place
  • Khasiko Pakuwa (boneless lamb cooked with fresh tomato sauce, garlic, ginger and spices) combination (served with basmati rice, naan, lentils, mixed seasonal vegetables and chutney)
  • Momo (minced chicken wrapped in flour dough and steamed, served with chutney sauce made of sesame, chili and tomato)
  • Not fair low score. Sure, it's not state of art new hipster place but it's cozy, clean, tasty, and very family like atmosphere. Good place for comfort food urges.
  • Food tastes good.
  • Momos for the win!
  • Momos were yummy!
  • Great food - very friendly staff
  • Fantastic food with great service. Nice find
  • Tandoori chicken was fantastic. Chow mein sabji sounded very interesting but I couldn't try it this time.
  • Most of the vegetarian curries can be made vegan. And if you tell them you don't do dairy you can swap naan for extra rice or lentils.
  • Go with the Nepalese menu; Nepalese food is very different from Indian food