Pubs and Clubs welcomes Sherpa Kitchen Nepalese Cuisine, in Newtown for all your Club and entertainment needs, enquire online today.
Our restaurant "Sherpa Kitchen" is a synonym of the authentic Nepalese food influenced by modern cooking style. The name Sherpa which resemble our restaurant is a surname of the ethnic group of Nepal who lives up on the mountain region such as Manang, Mustang, and Everest Base camp. Moreover, they help traveler for their trekking, guide them to show mountain scenario of the Nepal. Most interestingly, tourists spend their time with their culture, food and life style. Typically, Sherpa food and authentic Nepalese dishes are the unforgettable experience to enhance the pleasant of their tour.
Sherpa kitchen, established on August 2007 is a example of great work of the Australian traveler who spent couple of month with Sherpa family in Nepal and devoted his mind to explore the authentic Nepalese dishes in Australian culture through Sherpa kitchen. Since 2007, we are pleased to offer you unique flavors of Nepal. Being a modern cousin, it also articulates the dishes from the different authentic group of Nepal such as Newari, Rai and Limbu etc. All the food you will be served are freshly cooked on the premises by our talented chef “Bishal Sherstha. In addition, typical Nepalese style internal design with colorful temple and mountain scenario of the wall will enhance your pleasant dining experience. We also hearty served for vegetarian, vegan and seafood lovers. Most interestingly, the separate function room at the back encourages to enjoy their dinner in private function, birthday, and on special ceremony. Please feel free to ask the waiter/waitress for any query
you may have.
Sherpa Kitchen Nepalese Cuisine has interesting facts - Why are Pubs called Hotels in Australia? A pub, short for Public House, is an establishment whose main function is to serve alcohol, mostly beer. Also known as an Ale house or Tavern. The reason for this is that until recently, in Australia (late 1980s), pubs were forced, by the liquor laws, to provide accommodation and so were accurately called hotels.
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