Nestled in the city’s buzzing student hub, peckish patrons are spoilt for food choice when it comes to looking for somewhere to eat on South College Street. Choose Ginger Restaurant and let the team spoil you with the finest Nepalese and Indian flavours. Ginger Restaurant’s main focus is to ensure that every dish reflects authentic traditional Nepalese and Indian flavours.
After perusing the menu, my partner and I settled on the vegetable momo and chicken tikka to start. Both dishes were delicious, especially the steamed dumplings; the seashell-shaped parcels were full of perfectly spiced fried onion and fresh coriander and were served with a tasty hot dip. To follow, I opted for the lamb karai – tender pieces of lamb cooked in an onion, tomato and pepper sauce with a concoction of Indian herbs and spices. My partner went for the medium-spiced chicken jalfrezi and described each mouthful a delight. Although very full, we finished our meals with something sweet. The gulab jamun was the perfect way to end the night, the cardamom-scented doughnut complemented the rich spicy flavours of our previous dishes. If you fancy authentic Indian and Nepalese flavours without boarding a plane then head to South College Street and immerse yourself in delicious traditional cuisine.