Walk into Nepali Bhanchha Ghar and you’ll see a few tables and an open kitchen with someone making sel roti (ring-toss-sized circles of sweet, fried rice). If you don’t want to eat one of those after seeing them made, you probably need to do some thinking about your life priorities. This Nepali restaurant is on the same street as Phayul (and right by the Roosevelt Avenue subway station), and makes some excellent momos and thali plates. Come with a group and sit in the full-service dining room downstairs.
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