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Culture through Cuisine – Nepal
November 6, 2017 @ 6:00 pm CST
Registration is closed.
Gorkha Palace has received rave reviews from patrons for an eclectic range of authentic Nepali, Indian and Tibetan cuisine. The restaurant is known for its use of high quality fresh ingredients sourced from local organic and sustainable farming. Spices are ground fresh and ghee (clarified butter) is made in house.
Owner Rashmi Bhattachan grew up in the mountainous city of Pokara in Nepal. Her passion for cooking was instilled in her by her grandmother and she loves to share her culinary delights with family, friends and customers. Prior to the Gorkha Palace, Rashmi operated a small business at the Mill City Farmers Market selling momos (potstickers), curries and daal (Lentil soups), gaining a large following of loyal customers.
Join us for an evening of Culture through Cuisine, focused on Nepal. Along with delicious food and good conversation, hear from Rashmi, who will speak briefly on the restaurant, its foods and its history.
Assorted Momos (turkey, veggie (V) and buffalo steamed pot stickers)
Veggie Pakoras (crispy cabbage and onion fritters)
Chanaa Saag (V) (chickpeas, potatoes and cauliflower)
Navarattan Korma (carrots, bell peppers, zucchini and paneer)
Pea Tofu Usal (V)
Lamb Sekuwa (boneless halal lamb marinated in yogurt and spices)
Chicken Tikka Masala (tandoori-grilled boneless chicken)
Dessert: Coconut Milk Rice Pudding
Registration includes dinner, one non-alcoholic OR alcoholic beverage, tax and gratuity.
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