Monday, March 12, 2007

Eat @ The Kathmandu Cottage

North Melbourne around Errol and Victoria Streets has grown to offer some of Melbourne's best restuarants. Ranging in cuisines, places that offer incredible food at affordable prices include Acquum, Fraus, Errol's, Libertine and The Kathmandu Cottage.

The Kathmadu Cottage (349 Victoria St, West Melbourne. Ph: 9329 3960) offers Northern Indian and Nepalese dishes that will tickle your palate and fill you up just with its entrees! Curries include Indian favourites such as Butter Chicken, Vindaloo, Madras and Korma as well as interesting vegetarian dishes such as Pumpkin Korma, Aloo Gobi and Sweet Potato Koftas.
Coupled with saffron rice and naan bread, these spicy dishes fill you up pretty quickly leaving you satisfied and thanking yourself for not ordering another side of Samosas or actually ordering that tempting banquet!
With pleasantly demure service by the wait staff and decor that is reminscent of a wedding reception centre, it's pretty obvious that the focus is on the food and its flavours of the sub-continent.
Those in the know will leave enough room to trek next door to Fraus Chocolate and Crepes for Melbourne's tastiest (and thickest) hot chocolate and a Nutella and coconut crepe.
The Kathmandu Cottage is the perfect place to spend a quiet Sunday evening with friends and with a menu that makes it truly difficult to order just one dish, rest assured that you'll leave full and wanting more... or at least more Samosas.
3.5 of 5

1 comment:

FEMBOTanist said...

Amy used to live right around the corner from Kathmandu Cottage and we used to eat there all the time.

The staff were always lovely and the food always delicious... and we always left feeling fuller than if we had eaten a deep fried buffalo each!