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7.9

Bajeko Sekuwa Himalayan Grill

Nepali

Sunnyside

$$$$Perfect For:BirthdaysBig GroupsCasual Weeknight DinnerWalk-Ins

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More of a sit-down spot than some other Nepalese restaurants in Sunnyside, Bajeko Sekuwa is a chain from Kathmandu that has expanded to the US. There’s a replica of a traditional Himalayan kitchen when you first walk in, and the dining room is filled with lots of tables that can seat a group of five or more. The menu is pages long, so bring friends and try as much food as you can—this is the kind of place where you could have a big group meal or a casual birthday dinner. The menu has a whole section dedicated to goat head (try the fried version), but you’ll also find classics like chili dishes and thali. All of the momos are worth ordering, but start with the simple, pan-fried version.

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