Good restaurant, with a wonderful menu, that includes not only Nepalese food but western too. The chef is the owner and also very nice to talk with. Totally recommended.
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Close to the mui wo pier, and there are few tables outside for you to enjoy a tea or beer with fresh air. They serve masala tea if you would like to have one.
There aren't too many places you can get a good curry on Lantau and this is among the best. On the main strip as you exit left from the Ferry Terminal, we ordered the lamb curry and the lamb kofta. The food was good quality,...More
There's quite a choice of restaurants in Mui Wo, the ferry port on the east of the island. The Nepalese cuisine here makes this a popular choice. Look out for Lamb Thursday's. The Kofte were outstanding.
Having dined several times at Deer Horn, it is the consistency which we find so nice and so reassuring, Always a warm welcome from the proprietress, and this coupled with attentive and speedy service makes for a most pleasant dining experience. Excellent food, with a...More
We came to Lantau Island for the weekend and this was by far our favourite eat. The place is full of chartacter, lots to look at. We ordered the yak cheese fritters, which were authentic. The lamb koftas were tasty and the serving size substantial....More
Ask the Nepalese owner/chef to explain the menu. The deep fried yak cheese and various curries are wonderful, including vegetarian options. I tried the beef curry with extra spice - outstanding. Some non-Nepalese dishes available too. Open all day. Very relaxed vibe. Beer on tap...More