Bringing the tantalising flavours of Nepalese cuisine to Dublin, Sagarmatha Kitchen is a delightful and unassuming eatery that combines tasty fare with fabulous service and a relaxed atmosphere in the creation of a fantastic dining experience.
Conveniently located on Main Street in the Swords area of the city and a stone’s throw away from the picturesque Ward River Valley Park, the restaurant provides a superb setting for those that want to conclude a day of exploration in style.
All of the dishes cooked at Sagarmatha Kitchen are created using only the freshest high quality ingredients and are available to tastecard members at a wonderful discount when they call in advance with their card – ensuring that their visit comes at great value. This can be seen straight away from the scrumptious starters, which include a spicy potato and pea based aloo kerau chatpat, a battered chicken number in the kukhua ko pakoda, and the Himalayan spiced king prawn option that is the poleko Jhinga machha.
Particularly enticing examples of the flavoursome entrees can be seen in the mild and sweet royal, chicken or lamb marinated and coated in a mango sauce, the fiery ra ra chicken, which is cooked in exotic herbs and spices and joined by a minced lamb, and a yoghurt, green chilli and coriander infused Himalayan curry that falls somewhere in between. These are joined by a host of South Asian favourites, such as the Madras, Jalfrezi and Korma, as well as an array of sizzling dishes from the clay oven, where the traditional kebab sits alongside a wondrous monkfish plate, on a menu that is fit to meet any palate or appetite.
Be it for a catch up with some friends, a casual meal with the significant other, or a pleasant evening out with the family, all are catered for at Sagamartha Kitchen.