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Himal Chuli
318 State St.
Madison
608-251-9225

Hours: 11 am-8:30 pm Mon.-Thurs., 11 am-9 pm Fri.-Sat., noon-8 pm Sun.
Nepali, Vegetarian/ veg-friendly

While the momochas, a dumpling with a coriander/tomato dipping sauce, have achieved local cult status, the menu presents excellent Nepalese food across the board. The two daily takari (vegetable stew) specials are always good, but try more adventuresome dishes too, like the kadi (onion dumplings) or the spicy tuk-pa.
Price Range: $6 to $14
Features: Alcohol Served, Carryout, Kids Menu, Handicap Accessible

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4.0/5 (based on 2 reader ratings)

While I’ve previously declared the dal at Dobhan as the tastiest in the city on multiple occasions, I may have to retract my statement. A unctuous, smoky broth adorned with black sesame seeds and razor-thin basil chiffonade hides the tender lentils and white beans sitting at the cup’s bottom, creating an astoundingly comforting, simple, and downright delicious soup. To read the rest of this review, visit my blog: http://farmersmarketvegan.wordpress.com/2012/01/05/himal-chuli-review/
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