In a Nutshell- Specialising in Nepalese and Thai preparations, this is a beautiful casual dining spot with a cafe type feel. The place has spacious interiors with exposed brick walls adding a rustic touch, sober wooden furnishings adding an element of simplicity and memorable paintings and artwork on the walls. *Recommended – Pan fried momos, Lama’s veg platter, jhol momos, Nepali veg Thali.



We had no idea how amazing this place was until we checked in. Pristine views, amazing staff and is truly a paradise amongst the chaos of hkv. 
Seems like you’re sitting in wooden cafe in The Himalayas, which is exactly what the lama kitchen is trying to achieve! 



The food was hands down, delicious! With so many good surprises that i didn’t think I would love. 
We ordered a lot of food from all of their sections and each dish, was incredibly diverse yet delicious. 



I can’t do justice to them all but here is a sampling; pan fried momos- excellent (***these were extraordinary level of osmness! These are perfection, no matter what how much I praise these, you got to order them***); Lama’s veg platter- wonderful (aloo sadeko and dry chole were fingerlicking good) ; Jhol momos- delicious ; fried fish- succulent ; beautiful Nepali non veg thali which had delish mutton curry, bittergourd chips, fried aloo, wok tossed spinach, dal and rice with all the condiments- exceptional! 

Atmosphere is traditional and really superb, staff is attentive and they seem like there are having fun which is infectious. Our server Subhas and waitress miss henny were amazing! 

This is by far the most authentic Nepalese culinary experience you’ll have anywhere in Delhi, and is surely a must do!
A slow dining experience (cos they make everything from scratch and so fresh) where Nepalese cuisine is bfuly presented, served and thoroughly enjoyed. 

Expensive? Slightly but Make this your splurge. It’s worth every cent!

Cost for two: ₹1500 

Call +91 11 2651 9559

Address- 50A,2nd Floor, Hauz Khas Village, New Delhi

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Ruchi Verma · September 15, 2018 at 7:44 am

This looks a great place to hop and I loved the way they have done presentation…will sure give it a try

Richa Mina · September 15, 2018 at 5:04 pm

I’m a very regular visitor of Hauz Khas Village or HKV but i usually go to OTB or Social now i’ll try Lama’s Kitchen too next time

Aritra Chakrabarty · September 15, 2018 at 7:27 pm

Great presentation, ambience n the food looks sumptuous. I especially loved the momos which happen to be my favourite.

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