Along with a couple of fellow bloggers, Nayna and Fiona, I was asked to review Khushi, a Nepalese restaurant in West London and not sure what to expect wouldn't have been surprised to find curried yak on the menu! What a pleasant surprise we had in store for us.
The restaurant was empty when we arrived, quite early for a Friday night really but was heaving when we left - a good sign. The staff welcomed everyone with the same enthusiasm and warm invite to enter and share the food they are so passionate about. The décor was simple and modest with some impressive features on the wall - like this friendly elephant!
There are fish dishes - Malekhu Macha and Tareko Macha and they have House Specialities with intriguing names such as Gurkha, Farsi Tarkari, Nepalese Chicken Choyela and Lancy Masala - all inviting me back to try them on another occasion! If you want more detail of the menu you can always find more info here.
With our poppadoms we had our mango chutney, raita (cucumber and yoghurt) and chopped onion salad served in the nicest little copper and brass dish which we all wanted to take home!
Many thanks to Khushi for the invitation - Dhanya-Baad (Thank You). The restaurant is really easy to access from the Picadilly Line - just a minute or two walk from Boston Manor underground station. Khushi is open late each evening until 23:00 however Friday and Saturday nights until 24:00.
I was a guest of Khushi and invited by Emerz Marketing to review the meal. I was not expected to write a positive review. All photos and opinions are my own.