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Twin Cities Dining Guide Restaurant Visitor Reviews for "Himalayan Restaurant"

Rating Information Overall

Overall Average3.9
Overall Service4
Overall Noise4
Overall Food4
Overall Ambiance3.5
Overall Value4
Overall Number of Reviews2

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10/26/2009
4
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4

Review:
great food, chyola is some thing to die for and so are the momos.



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12/9/2008
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Review:
This is a great new neighborhood restaurant for Seward. The cuisene is Nepali, which is similar to north Indian, if you're not familiar. The food here is wonderful, and very reasonably priced. It has quickly become a favorite among my friends and I. Including one that had never liked Indian food, until he tried their chicken tika masala, which is undoubtably the best in the twin cities.