4 based on 899 reviews
Voted in the 20 top Curry restaurants in the UK. You will find the Kathmandu in the shadow of the Cathedral in the heart of Truro. A cosy and relaxed establishment in Truro, the Kathmandu is hosted by charismatic and friendly hosts Raj and his family. Fre
This tradditional restaurant is tucked away up a Truro alleyway but is well worth looking for. The food was good, service was excellent, and the atmosphere and welcome was outstanding. We've been here many times in the past, and wouldn't hesitate to recommend it to others
4 based on 405 reviews
The family run Yak and Yeti Nepalese and Indian restaurant in heart of Truro city and already famous in town Running by 15 years experience Nepalese and Indian Food Industry Chef. Yak and Yeti powerful, enduring unforgettable taste. Yak and Yeti Was estab
Probably one of the least favourite Nepalese/Indian restaurants I've visited. From the reviews I had high expectations but the food and service let this place down considerably.Service- apathetic and lacklustre.. our servers seemed genuinely uninterested in their work. Even when asking about their recommendation they didn't have a clue. For a small restaurant I'm surprised they don't pay more attention to their customers.Food - a real lack of authentic Nepalese dishes being served here. More Indian. And the food that was served was watered down and bland. We had momos and chicken pakoras to start. The momos were heavy and tasteless. The pakoras weak and anemic. For mains the Hasina chicken special wasn't great. The prawn achari was weak and lacking in pickle flavours. A real disappointment. Unfortunately this place does not get my recommendation.
4 based on 108 reviews
Fine dining to cater for parties, celebrations or just an evening out with friends. Take away and delivery service available.
Only staying overnight here between visits to Eden & the Lost Gardens of Heligan. Our accomodation has superb views so takeaway seemed the ideal choice & we werenât disappointed. We just chose familiar dishes: chicken tikka; peshwari naan; rice; onion bhaji. The fact it took 20 minutes or so to cook made it clear all cooked to order (there was no one else in resturant whilst waiting - it is now end of season & Wednesday night to boot so business cooling)Pleasant surprise when unpacking to find a bag of simple salad (iceberg lettuce, tomato, cucumber). The onion bhaji not to my taste but still executed well ( I like mine to be just handfuls of onion tossed in besum flour, seasoned & deep fried but these super crispy slivers of onion on the outside & a dense onioney filling). The chicken tikka great & the naan chockers with coconut ( we are accustomed to a more balanced blend of coconut & fruit but again, this done well so nothing to quibble about - just different). Picked up a red at the off-licence ( couldnât go past a yellow tail (familiar Aussie brand ) but labeled âJammy Red Rooâ - defs NOT available in Australia !!! Tasted more like a Shiraz than anything else but kinda cool to have a taste from home.Thank you
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