Lunch buffet at our Niles location is an everyday affair. It’s pretty popular among our guests from near by office and local businesses. Array of balanced vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes are serve during lunch hours. Usually on the buffet we have Salad bar, Appetizers, Vegetable dishes, Non-Vegetarian dishes, Naan, Soup and Dessert. Most of the items we put out during…

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Valentine’s Special 2020

February 14th of the year is always a significant day. It’s a valentine’s day and a day to dine out with special person, family or friends. Our valentine’s 2020 special menu is as follows: Pick two curries:Chicken Tikaa Masala Chicken Curry Chicken Makhani Paneer Tikka Masala Palak Paneer Baigan Bharta Also includes:Vegetable cocktail samosasButter NaanRiceGulab Jamun And pick one drink:Rose…

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10 MUST HAVE VEGAN DISHES AT THE HIMALAYAN RESTAURANT What is veganism? Veganism is a type of vegetarian diet that excludes meat, eggs, dairy products and all other animal-derived ingredients. Is Himalayan Restaurant (Chicago South Loop & Niles) a good place for vegans? This question has been answered by our customers who frequent the restaurant for the ample selection of…

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Chicken Choela is one of the most popular traditional non-vegetarian snacks in Nepal. Usually, choela or chowela is prepared with water buffalo meat however chicken cholea is another amazing variation of this dish. Popular among Newari community in Nepal, choela now has become a must have item throughout the Nepal. Choela preparation has many variations and the one below is the…

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MOMO | MOMO CHA: A word, that brings a forth a bout of hunger once it is uttered from the mouth. A simple word that triggers the brain to forget about the giant meal that was just devoured, triggering a surge of new hunger. So addictive, letting go of this dish is simply unimaginable. The phenomenon of why, when this word is…

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Holi is a spring festival of color and love, primarily observed in India, Nepal, and other regions that have significant Indian and Nepali populations. It is celebrated in late February or March with singing, dancing, and most notably, bright colored dry powders and colored water that everyone throws at each other in good fun. Food and drinks are a large…

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