Himalayan Heritage

Himalayan Heritage, web site, 2305 18th Street NW, Washington, DC, 202-483-9300 (Metro Trip Planner – opens in new window) [WaPo | MenuPages | AllMenus | Don Rockwell | Yelp | Gayot]

Both Nepalese and Tibetan, I am a big fan of this place. The momos — dumplings — are excellent. Anything they do with beans is recommended. The spicy chicken dishes, including the different forms of chicken barbecue, are very tasty and different from what you can get elsewhere in the area. This is quite simply a very good ethnic restaurant with a pleasant environment and it does not cost a fortune either.

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3 Responses to Himalayan Heritage

  1. mary says:

    I agree. This place is tasty. Curious: have you tried Rangoli in Chantilly. If so, thoughts?

  2. Chris says:

    Mr. Cowen,

    While I value your advice and generally agree wholeheartedly with your recommendations, this restaurant has unfortunately gone downhill since the date of this review. As of mid August of 2012, this restaurant has become mediocre at best: curries had very little flavor, meats were tough, and naan was stale.

    Otherwise, please keep up the good work. Look forward to reading your book.



  3. Peter says:

    My wife and I live in Va so making it to this place regularly is tough, but we’ve been twice so far in 2012 and feel the quality is still high.

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