It’s all about that sauce on your fusion adventure with Nepalese dumplings appetizers from this unique Indian, Nepalese, and French fusion restaurant in Dupont Circle, DC’s rainbow happy neighborhood. It is exciting to try our very first traditional Nepalese fast food momo (dumplings). These boiled dumplings were very light on the outside and filled with soft chicken on the inside. With the first bite, it tastes just like the usual chicken dumplings you can find around town. What makes it unique is the dipping sauce that comes with this dish. It brings a whole new level of flavors and spices. It has a nice kick to it that adds some excitement. Overall it was a tasty dish, but I still wish there was more twist to it since this is a fusion place.
Rogan Josh Lamb Stew $16
Three worlds of flavor come together in one dinner lamb stew dish from this unique Indian, Nepalese, and French fusion restaurant in Dupont Circle, DC’s rainbow happy neighborhood. Get ready to try Indian cousin with a new twist to it. This is one strong dish name, so much that I could name my child Rogan Josh. With a big name comes intense flavors of perfect season lamb cubes with onion, tomatoes, ginger, and garlic. You get a choice of hotness level. Even mild version had a bit of a kick to, but shouldn’t make your mouth burn too much. At first, glance didn’t seem like a lot of food in this lamb stew, but we had trouble finishing the whole bowl toward the end.