There are a couple Himalayan spots in Pasadena, but Tibet Nepal House was the first - and it’s also the best. It’s a great place for a casual weeknight dinner when you feel like eating curried meats and killer vegetable pakora (chickpea fritters). And at lunch, they do a buffet, so you can get all the garlic naan, tandoori chicken, zucchini aloo, and Nepalese curried chow mein your heart desires.
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