The Hungry Buddha

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The Hungry Buddha in Curtin is Canberra’s oldest Nepalese restaurant.
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While the momos are quite pricey at $9 for 4 ….

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One samosa is $6.50

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…and the mains $19-22 are modest in size… the flavours are excellent.

The specials are good and include…

The Nepalese goat curry $20 is also very good – khasi ko masu –
exquisite village style curry of tender boneless goat enriched with the flavours of fenugreek, cinnamon, tomatoes, coriander, bay leaves, ginger & garlic – a famous specialty of nepal

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Desserts are well priced at $7.50 for pistachio icecream and $6.50 for rice pudding.

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Breads are $4-5 and a good way to balance the meal without needing extra courses. Serves of rice are $3.

BYO corkage is $6 per bottle of wine.

A 25% discount is also offered to holders of the Canberra Entertainment Book.

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