Address: 200 6th Ave (CA St), San Francisco 94118
Hours: Daily 11 am-8 pm
Category: Restaurant/Food Vendor (Vegetarian)
Restaurant Type: Himalayan
Vegan Dessert: Yes
Accepts credit card: No
Parking: Street parking. Paid parking on 7th Ave between Geary and Clement
Transit: Muni 1,2,4,38,49,
Notes: Himalayan Vegetarian Fusion cuisine featuring $5.95 entree prices such as momo, steamed Himalayan Dumplings with veggies, Lentil Soup, noodle soup and noodle salad. Organic coffee and tea also available. Mostly vegan, except for feta in the salad and egg in the momo (vegan versions available, call ahead to request). Very limited seating, primarily a takeout place.
|Added by sunny on 2008-09-25, Last update: 2008-09-25, Viewed 1943 times|
Average rating: 0 / 5.0 Based on 3 reviews. (Add/Edit your own review)
|The food is Nepalese, delicious and only $5.95 an item. 5 of the 6 menu items are vegan. The "momo" (dumplings/potstickers) were just scrumptious with a dipping sauce that was very flavorful. The noodle soup was delicious; too, & a huge portion. Order ahead if you're in a hurry because the owner makes everything fresh from scratch. Mostly to-go; it's tiny; one table inside. A true vegan find!||Bonnie
|I had the veggie dumplings and the noodle salad, and both were excellent. Most of it was made fresh while I waited. I highly recommend this place for a light fresh healthy meal. Please stop by and support this nice restaurant.||greg
|The dumplings and noodle soups were very good. Both are not spicy at all. At your request you can ask your soup to be more spicy or if you're nice, they add more fresh herbs. The best thing I like about this place is the owner and worker are veg. Male is a painter. Very clean place. There's no advertisement budget so pretty much they are depending on word of mouth or Karma advertising||sunny
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