Himalaya Table
Kanda: Nepalese
Himalaya Table (Kanda: Nepalese)
Himalaya Table
Open 5-11pm (Sat 3-11). Closed Sundays.
no smoking: No smoking

Do craft beers go with Nepalese cuisine? The folks at Himalaya Table Craft Beer and Spice think so, and so they offer eight microbrews on tap - chosen to go well with your momo mutton dumplings, spicy stir-fried chicken livers, fried peanuts and other beer-friendly Nepalese and Indian fare.

They also serve several varieties of achar pickles, a handful of curries, and an interesting bean-based "Nepalese okonomiyaki." Beers on draft are mostly Japanese, and generally include offerings from well-regarded breweries like Shiga Kogen and North Island. Budget around Y3000-4000 for food and drink.

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Chiyoda-ku, Uchi-Kanda 3-5-5.
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