No country is defined by its food, but food is central to the identity of every country and Nepal is no different. Food security sits at the heart of what we do in Nepal, we are enabling subsistence farmers to adapt to Climate Change through innovations in agriculture. As a result, in Nawalparasi and Solukhumbo, we have whole villages growing new crops and improving the way they produce staples like rice, maize, eggs and tomato.
With such a strong connection to food in Nepal, we wanted to make that connection in the UK too. The Great Nepalese is a perfect link for us and we are very excited to be launching our partnership this week.
The Great Nepalese serves traditional Nepali food, as well as familiar curry dishes from right across the Indian subcontinent. It was opened by Mr and Mrs Bopal and Ranu Manandhar, who arrived in London in 1982. Their three sons Birendra (Baz), Kiran and Jitendra, took over a few years ago and led an impressive refurbishment. They have created a wonderful family run and very Nepalese atmosphere; it is a real taste of Kathmandu right in the heart of London.
As well as making monthly donation of their own, The Great Nepalese have installed a TGT collection box to encourage diners to make a small gift when they visit. We are also working with them to set up a variety of menu options, special events and deals to help raise awareness and funds for our work.
If you are London based, or visiting, please find time to dine at The Great Nepalese, they are open Monday – Saturday for lunch and dinner. Booking is recommended and do visit their website for more information on holding meetings or events.
To reserve a table or to book an event, please email or call 020 7388 6737.
48 Eversholt Street, London, NW1 1DA - 30 seconds walk from Euston Station.
Monday to Saturday
Lunch 12:00-14:30 :: Dinner 18:00-23:30
Closed on Sundays.
Please mention The Glacier Trust.