Namaste Nepal

Didsbury · Asian, Nepalese · $$$$
35 Reviews

About Namaste Nepal

Ladies and gentlemen, please put your hands together for Namaste Nepal, who’ve introduced Manchester city and West Didsbury locals to some of the finest Nepalese and Indian cuisine in the region. Thanks to the decades of experience shared by master chefs Chandra Kumar KC and Dhurba Dangol, the a la carte menu of undeniable Himalayan classics can be tailored and spiced according to taste. Special offers abound at this Burton Road restaurant, too, if you happen to need something to give you a leg up as you begin your ascent to the lofty peaks of this unique eatery’s offering.

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Chef's Choice




Indian crackers accompanied with homemade mango chutney, lime pickle, onion salad and mint yogurt

Chicken Pakoda

sliced chicken breast coated in a special batter

King Prawn

with green chilies, peppers and spices & a twist of oriental flavours



delicately seasoned meat cooked with in a classic masala sauce


peppered meat cooked in a tomato-based sauce with butter with a dash of fresh cream

Special Pillau

Basmati rice cooked with oriental spices & served with a vegetable curry


Ice Cream


Gulab Jamun


Kulfi Malai

oriental homemade ice cream rich with almonds and pistachio

Further Information

Manchester is awash with South Asian curry houses, but it seems that the less well-known traditions of Nepalese cuisine are finally rearing their heads above the cloudline and making themselves known to the city’s adventurous foodies. Namaste Nepal’s menu is indeed a salve for tired palates, even those that have permanent nerve damage from thrill-seeking for the hottest vindaloo in town. West Didsbury locals have been coming to Namaste Nepal’s Burton Road premises for years, and it’s high time that the rest of Manchester twigged to this restaurant’s peerless offering.

Namaste Nepal does have brilliantly prepared Indian dishes on its menu for when you drag your stubborn, proud, curry-loving better half to this West Didsbury restaurant for something other than a run-of-the-mill balti. And of course there is a deep culinary dialogue going on between India and Nepal. But it’s the special regional delicacies that created at this Manchester Nepalese restaurant that really stand out. Start with momocha, a traditional Nepalese dish of steamed mincemeat pastries served with a spicy sauce (interestingly enough, a similar kind of dumpling can be found in neighbouring China), or the fiery chwela, dry-grilled lamb or chicken with Nepalese herbs and spices. The Nepalese mains follow the same pattern, with a whole lot of high-altitude spice drawing crowds to Namaste’s Burton Road premises for the chance to sample something absolutely novel.

35 Reviews

Caroline D.10 months ago · 1 review

They provided a friendly service. My curry was of a good quality (Saag). The meal was reasonably priced. The music was a bit cheesy but by the end of the meal I was really enjoying it (synth piano and windpipe accompaniment).

Norma J.10 months ago · 5 reviews

Excellent service the waiter was very pleasant & helpful and the food was delicious. Be aware very big portions had to take a dodgy bag home

Leonie L.10 months ago · 1 review

This excellent Nepalese restaurant serves my favourite curry, the vegetable makhan, which is mild, rich and absolutely delicious in a unique way. Large menu with lots of vegetarian choice and the chilli paneer is another one to try as a large side dish if you like spicy but tasty food. The restaurant itself is comfortable and you get quick and friendly service. It's also very good value. I used to live close by The Namaste and it was my local but now it is still worth the occasional visit from Sheffield!

Harcharan S.a year ago · 3 reviews

Great hospitality, brilliant atmosphere and lovely well prepared delicious food. Staff extremely helpful and provide wonderful service. As a result always a pleasure to return. Thanks.

Eileen K.a year ago · 9 reviews

We are a group of girls who go out every week for a meal. Whenever we want a curry we always go to Namaste Nepal. Had a vegetarian option the other night and it was gorgeous. Just like home cooked. Can strongly recommend this restaurant.

Eileen K.2 years ago · 9 reviews

Really good as usual. Service was very good - food gorgeous and freshly cooked. They even gave us a complimentary drink at the end of the meal. It's one of the restaurants we go to regularly so will definitely be returning.

colin m.a year ago · 1 review

helpful staff, pleasant atmosphere, food to a high standard, 2nd visit to two weeks this could become a regular thing ! would recommend , parking locally always an issue if a car user, but taxis are a perfect solution.

Eileen K.a year ago · 9 reviews

Usual really good food and excellent service. Had a vegetarian dish Mutta Paneer and it was gorgeous. Just like home made. Wish they did more vegetarian dishes like Bhel Puri or Pani Puri. Great night out!

Brenda B.a year ago · 1 review

Good service and lovely food as usual. Had a variety of dishes between us. This restaurant is good for vegetarians and vegans as it offers a wide range of suitable food alongside dishes for omnivores.

Louise D.2 years ago · 1 review

Great food and helpful service. Food was served quickly and staff were helpful in arranging an extra table for us! Always a pleasure to enjoy a curry and a catch up with friends there.

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