Nepali food truck opens brick-and-mortar restaurant in California

Khabarhub

January 19, 2020

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Nepali food truck opens brick-and-mortar restaurant in California

Himalayan and Nepali restaurants and food trucks, such as Everest Momo, serve momos and other Himalayan fare across the Bay Area. Photo: Getty Images

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PLEASANTON: The owners of the popular Nepalese food truck have opened a new restaurant at 201 Main St. in Pleasanton, California.

It’s the second brick and mortar for The Everest Momo. Their other restaurant, which opened over the summer, is located near Sacramento, at 3000 Sunrise Boulevard in Rancho Cordova.

The new Pleasanton restaurant’s menu is the same as the food truck’s, with the popular steamed dumplings offered with minced chicken (9 pieces, $8.99) or seasonal vegetable (9 pieces, $7.99). There’s also vegetable fried rice ($6.99), chicken chow mein ($7.99) and the signature chili chicken ($8.99), marinated and slow-cooked with Nepali spices.

(with inputs from East Bay Times)

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