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Himalayan Kitchen

October 5, 2014

Diners Treated to Peak of Flavors and Freshness

In addition to multiple pieces of art that depict the Himalayas and surrounding regions, diners at Himalayan Kitchen are transported across the globe via Nepalese and Indian cuisine that doesn’t require a Mount Everest expedition to enjoy. Chef and owner Suman Basnet opened Himalayan Kitchen in 2009, and explains that the restaurant serves as a…

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May 5, 2013

Himalayan’s Top-Notch Starters

A quick word of advice: If ever someone utters a sentence containing the words “Himalayan Kitchen,” don’t wait for the inevitable conclusion regarding your interest in a Nepali and Indian lunch or dinner. It’ll just cut into your appetizer time. In this case, haste is a virtue. The four-year old Kaimuki restaurant is a must…

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Go Bananas!

I love having the opportunity to dine out numerous times per week as a part of my job. You know, it’s a tough task to make room in your belly time and time again for new food adventures, but someone’s got to do it and this girl is not complaining! Yet, because a good majority…

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March 10, 2013

A Peak Experience

It’s all up to you at Himalayan Kitchen, where you don’t have to climb Mount Everest to reach the pinnacle of satisfaction. Every day, fresh produce from local vendors is delivered to the Kaimuki eatery, where owner Suman Basnet works his culinary magic, Nepali-style. And while Indian food lovers flock there for Basnet’s crave-worthy curries…

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February 3, 2013

Heighten Your Horizons

If you’ve yet to experience Indian and Nepalese fusion cuisine, make it a part of your New Year’s resolutions to try something new. At Himalayan Kitchen, you can send your taste buds across the world at your own pace. “We don’t use our chili peppers or make it spicy unless you ask for it,” shares…

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December 23, 2012

Take a Journey to the Himalayas

Tucked away on 11th Avenue in Kaimuki, Himalayan Kitchen brings Nepalese and Indian cuisine to the Islands. The restaurant has been here just three-and-a-half years, but in that time, it’s managed to gather a slew of honors, including an Ilima Award. “It is traditional Nepalese food, plus we are doing Indian-style food in a Nepalese…

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