Meine Culinarische Reise durch Münster : Buddha Palace

Buddha Palace is a medium-sized restaurant which offers Nepalese cuisine along with Indian and Tibetan specialties. The atmosphere of the restaurant is clean and comfortable. The decor is simple yet elegant, with the traditional touch. The bright orange walls are decorated with Buddha and Tara paintings. The dining room is festooned with several prayer flags. There is a large Buddha statue opposite to the entrance. Potted plants are arranged around the seating area.

Some items in my order are:
  • Starters - papadom (Indian crackers), momos (dumpling stuffed with spices and minced lamb) and vegetable samosa. The appetizers are served with mango chutney, pickles, and yogurt-mint sauce. The dumplings are terrific, however the others are ordinary.
  • A bottle of mineral water.. well, it is tasted bad/weird - like the chlorinated tap water. I will not order it again!
  • Himali Masu (pieces of lamb flavoured with mint, coriander, green chillies, herbs and spices) served with a bowl of seasoned rice. Love it alot!! I would prefer a naan bread over the rice though. The lamb is cooked just right and it doesn't have the gamey taste. The gravy is a little spicy, but tolerable. If you want to try a similar dish but has a more sour taste, then go for the "Masu ko Achar".
The service is not good nor bad. It may takes some time to get your order. The price is reasonable. Rating : Himali Masu - 4.5 stars

In a nutshell, a comfortable dining restaurant; great food but forgettable service!

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