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Himalayan restaurant in New Haven?

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A friend just called me up and asked if I wanted to go to the new Himalayan restaurant in New Haven. My response was sure and what? There's a Himalayan restaurant in New Haven? He says they do Tibetan food too.

Anyone know anything about this?

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  1. I know nothing, but read with great interest. I miss Little Tibet (in Middletown) bigtime...yes, there is still a Little Tibet, but now only a furniture store and not a restaurant. Let us know what you find out--last I queried, LT was the only game in the whole Land of Steady Habits. Will there be momos? Mmmmmmm.

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    1. re: kattyeyes

      Those are dumplings, right? I pretty much love all dumplings. If my friend has not hallucinated this place, and if there are momos, I will order them and eat them and report back.

      1. re: Pipenta

        Yes, with a delicious, spicy sauce! Let's hope it's not an illusion. ;) Thank you!

    2. did any of u guys try out the himalayan restaurant? Ive been thinking bout going to it. Heard that they have buffet for lunch as well which would be so convinient...anyone try the buffet? How's the food and stuff?

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      1. re: niki007

        Is this it--the eponymous Himalayan Restaurant on Temple St.? :)
        http://www.yellowbook.com/profile/him...
        I haven't been. I was waiting to figure out what we were talking about first. HA HA!

      2. yup. went to eat there yesterday. good food!!! sumthing different and definitely feels healthier. definitely will go back there again. They do have momo like u had mentioned, but havent tried..maybe i will next time i go there. and i think their website says 25 temple street. http://www.himalayanrestaurantct.com/

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        1. re: niki007

          Hot damn--those momos are right on their home page. Mmmmmm. I wanna go!!! What'djahave, Niki?

          OTOH, it's kinda too bad some of the rest of the menu doesn't have some of the items I was used to ordering at Little Tibet--seems more Indian than Tibetan...still, I'd get there for good momos alone. ;)

          1. re: kattyeyes

            I'm sitting at Bradley, as I type this, waiting to hop a plane. I'll be in the Chicago area until after Thanksgiving, so I can't run out and try this place for a few weeks. But by now, I'm pretty pumped for it. Oh yum.

            I'll have to console myself with something, something, when I am in Chicago. I imagine I'll be able to find a little tidbit or two to sustain myself, don't you think? Heading over to the Chi Town boards now.

            But as soon as I get back, going to make a beeline for momos!

            1. re: Pipenta

              See you there, maybe! ;) Safe travels to you meanwhile--and good eats in the Windy City! Hopefully, we'll have more details (including mine!) by the time you return.