Base Camp

  • Veg-options Veg-options
    ( 7 reviews )

3 Lebanon St, Hanover, New Hampshire, USA, 03755

Serves meat, vegan options available. Nepali cuisine, reported possible to get vegan dishes (ask).

Categories: Lacto, Take-out, Nepalese, Non-veg

7 Reviews

First Review by Gigi Phoenix

Very tasty! - Edit

This quite little nook hidden in the bottom level of a small shopping center is a great spot to grab a bite.
The food is freshly prepared, and therefore easily customizable to all sorts of dietary preferences. The menu is ample with many clearly labeled vegan options. Portions are generous and filling. The level of spice in a dish can be chosen to be from 1-10.
The staff was super friendly and the service was very efficient. Food came out quickly, piping hot, and tasting great. I don’t have too much experience with Nepalese cuisine, but this did not seem overly westernized.
I had the vegetable mo mo (sort of like dumplings) and the takari curry with tofu, and both were very good. I only wish the mo mo had a bit more filling, but I appreciate that they were steamed rather than fried. I ordered my takari curry with level 1 spice, so the tomato based curry sauce tasted mildly sweet, but this actually went very well with the tofu and various veggies.
I will certainly be returning as I had a great experience. Definitely the most vegan-friendly menu in Hanover.

Pros: good food, lots of vegan options , great service

Cons: a bit pricey

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Delicious and special - Edit

We had a really hard time choosing from all of the amazing vegan options, which were clearly labeled on the menu!

Loved the vegetable momo, tofu chilli, plantain tarkari, sweet potato chhoila, and sauteed kale. The lentil soup was just okay.

The staff were wonderfully nice.

Best vegan food that we found in the area.

Pros: Numerous vegan options, Unique food, Great service

Cons: Entrees had small portions for the price

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Delicious - Edit

It was delicious and very friendly. Thanks!

Pros: Great Food, Friebdly

Cons: It is more like a basement camp, No Dal Bat

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Phenomenal!!!! - Edit

About 25% of the menu is marked VEGAN and this includes soups, appetizers, entrees, noodles, desserts. The food is absolutely outstanding. I was fortunate to go with two other people and we literally ordered every single vegan item so that we could taste everything. (We had lots of leftovers for the next day!) Everything was very very good but what we LOVED most: Vegetable MoMo (dumplings with an amazing sauce), Gundruk Soup, Flat Herbed Bread that came with a dipping sauce made from avocado and cilantro, Jack Fruit Tarkari.

Pros: Wonderful flavors, Lots of choices, Excellent service

Cons: Menu contains lamb, wild boar, and other animals

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SO GOOD!!!! - Edit

We stopped here yesterday because it popped up on Happy Cow. I was excited to see that, indeed, everything vegan was labelled. I wish I could have tried everything! There were plenty of vegan options to choose from.

We started with the veggie momos which were almost too awesome. So perfectly spiced and the dipping sauce was deliciously tangy and spicy.

My boyfriend had the tofu tarkari and I had the tofu chillie. Again, both were perfectly spiced and delicious.

I wish we could have tried the other vegan options like the plantain or jackfruit tarkari or the chia pudding.

We did, however, stop for some more momos for the road. Next time we're in town, we'll definitely stop here.

Pros: good food, friendly knowledgeable staff, nice dec

Cons: no Wi-Fi signal in the building? oh well.

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Amazing food! - Edit

I drive by Base Camp every day to go to school and it's always been on my radar for restaurants to try but I'd never gone there.... Until my mom's birthday. They have about five (if I remember correctly) main dishes of just the takari and more starters and stir fries. I've tried the plantain and the jackfruit takari and both are amazing! The curried sweet potato and puffed rice starter was very good too, but just warning you... it's spicy! They have a desert that's vegan too, chia pudding, which I've never had but heard from a friend that it's very good.

Pros: shows and labels dishes as vegan

Cons: still needs more vegan options

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This is a MUST visit, especially if you like vegetarian/vegan options. Their food is fresh, the vibration is high, and I'm SO happy with them - I go there all the time! This is seriously one of the best restaurants around, and the staff are just lovely people. The food itself is not only fresh tasting, it has really different and interesting flavors. I love that I can have so many new tastes!! Incidentally, I'm a vegan and LOVE the plaintain &/or mushroom tarkari and the sweet potato chhoila.

Pros: Excellent food quality and freshness, Great service, good staff, Reasonable pricing

Cons: I'd always like to see more vegan options

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