11/10/2016  Ryan Barry

Finding truly authentic and soulful Indian and Nepali food is often a monumental task in Colorado Springs. It’s hard enough for most family-businesses to make it in the face of pressure from major chains, but for a local restaurant with such a specific niche as Little Nepal to be successful has been truly astonishing.

With two convenient locations in Colorado Springs, nobody has the excuse to pass up this culinary wonder. Though many are initially turned off by the idea of Indian food (and I’d be lying myself if I said I didn’t have initial aversions) we promise that Little Nepal has something to offer eaters with a variety of culinary preferences. 

In addition, Little Nepal offers a wide variety of domestic and international beers which will take you on a flavor tour throughout the United States and the world. For those seeking a non-alcoholic alternative, their wide arrange of lassis offer a refreshing, smoothie-like drink to pair with any meal.

Although Little Nepal tends to be on the pricier side, I don’t think I’ve ever left feeling unsatisfied. In fact, depending on what you order, one meal at Little Nepal could last several days. As is traditional in Indian and Nepali culture, most dishes are served family style. Beginning your meal with some tandoori cooked naan or any other of their wide range of appetizers could propel your culinary experience beyond what you had imagined.

From chicken korma, lamb vindaloo, saag, butter chicken, chicken tikka, and an extremely wide range of vegan and vegetarian options, Little Nepal’s main courses offer a cornucopia of options which will undoubtedly leave you impressed and wanting to come back time and time again.

So if you’re ready for a new culinary adventured marked by kind service and superior food check out Little Nepal!