Bamey's is an authentic Nepali cuisine restaurant. Dishing out some proper Nepali food, It is the one-stop place in Bengaluru if you want to have original Nepali momos and main course.
I tried the Wai Wai Sadeko, a dish based on the Nepalese origin instant noodles called Wai Wai. The dominant flavour of uncooked raw Wai Wai, accompanied by fresh dices of vegetables, lot of lemon and cucumber. A good starter!
Jhol Momo: Vegetarian momos, very similar to what we get in India, but the accompanying chutney was not at all spicy, it is predominantly poured over the hot steaming momos to reduce the hotness. In India, we get a spicier and less diluted version of this liquid.
Bhoot momos: Try only if you can handle a high amount of spice in your food, only accompanying soothing element being the mayo served along with these momos. But they did taste good. As the name suggests, boot is a kind of spice.
Veg Thakali: Unlimited thali comprising of Nepalese preparations. Daal (Masoor), which was very similar in terms of preparation to the Indian Masoor ki daal. Jeera Aaloo, mooli ka achaar, saag, mixed veg, and papad and pickles. Too filling! This thaali was an amazing option here, didn’t require a refill because of the starters I ordered but you won’t require a second serving after you have finished off the first. The tangy mooli ka achar and saag are very seldom available in Bangalore.
The staff at Bameys are very friendly and courteous! The services are fast, we never really had to wait for anything for a long time.
It’s not a huge place. The decor is Nepalese. Nepal tourism adds running on the TV and Nepalese graffiti on the wall.
I loved my time at Bamey's, the food was amazing and the overall experience was interesting.
Will visit again soon.