Nepali Kitchen and Coffee House

  • Veg-options Veg-options
    ( 7 reviews )

1826 NE Highway 101, Lincoln City, Oregon, USA, 97367

Serves meat, vegan options available. Menu doesn't state which dishes are vegan, but the thali, momo, and veg curry are supposed to be vegan suitable - ask. Other vegetarians dishes could be made vegan upon request. Shares the same space with Collage, and you could order from either menu. Open Mon-Sun 8:00am-7:00pm.

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

7 Reviews

First Review by eirefox

Decent authentic food, several veg options - Edit

This is a cute little place with a decent veg selection. We had the dal bhat, veg momo, bean and lentil soups, and the lacto-vegetarian had the paratha (contains cheese). It was all tasty, though my curry was a bit overcooked. Run by a very friendly Nepali family.

Pros: Large tea selection, Cozy atmosphere, Traditional Nepali food

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great place! - Edit

Loved this place! Had the mixed veggie curry and it was tasty. My partner had the breakfast burrito and French toast and also enjoyed it. Great prices, lovely decor, sweet patio.The young waiter has gotten better :)

Pros: vegan options!

Cons: small portions

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Excellent Lunch stop - Edit

From the previous reviews, the service has definitely much improved. We were there for lunch and the teenager handled 4 Indian couples plus 3 children and my wife and I flawlessly and speedily.

Food is excellent the Spicy Nepali Chai was made with Soy milk and the Alu Puri is excellent. The wife who does most of the cooking knows how to prepare dishes that need to be modified for Vegans.

Return for another meal? Absolutely!

Pros: Excellent Vegan options, Nice spices and soy spicy chai.

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Awesome vegan food - just don't expect to be bowled over with friendly service - Edit

My husband and I went to Nepali Kitchen this morning for breakfast/brunch. I ordered the Alu Puri (which the owner confirmed to be vegan) off the breakfast menu, and it was delicious and comforting. The puri (fried bread, like roti) was soft yet crispy in parts. The alu (potato hash) was spiced perfectly, full of flavor, and delectably moist (not dry). The homemade "salsa" that came on the side was totally unexpected but equally delightful. Made with tomatoes, herbs, and garlic, it added a light, sweet, pickled flavor to the hash. I put the alu with the salsa on top of the puri and ate it in small portions like mini tacos. My husband (an omni) ordered a meat dish but liked the flavors and textures in my vegan meal much more.

The owner was very familiar with what "vegan" meant and pointed out several items on the menu that either were vegan or could easily be made so.

I can see why other reviewers would say that the owner was rude -- he seemed pretty gruff and standoffish when we came in. However, while we were eating, a friendly customer came in for a takeout order, and after a conversation with her about trekking through Nepal, the owner's demeanor completely changed: he became quite cheerful and laughed often during the rest of the time we were in the restaurant. He even joked with us about our water glasses when he stopped by our table to fill them up. And, as we were leaving, his lovely wife walked over from the cafe side of the building and gave us a huge smile and said, "Thank you for coming in! Have a great day!"

My food was excellent, and I would gladly eat here again, hands down. My advice for others would be simply not to come in expecting the standard American, bowl-you-over-with-kindness type of service.

Updated from previous review on 2016-07-22

Pros: Excellent vegan food, Vegan breakfast options, Awesome selection of tea and coffee

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so rude - Edit

Went in there kind of early but they were open and asked the guy if they were serving food and he seemed like I was really bothering him. At one point he came out of the kitchen in a very aggressive manner. I just left the restaurant. It was very bizarre.

Cons: staff

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Pre-teen waiter? - Edit

A child waited on us and was less than helpful. Service slow. Food unappetizing.

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Good Place to Eat While at the Coast - Edit

A friend and I were at the coast for the night. We wanted to find a vegetarian restaurant. This is the next-best-place! The food was good. The price was right. No problem.

Pros: Affordable, Tasty, Clean

Cons: They serve meat besides vegetarian

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