Finding the best Nepali restaurant for you shouldn’t feel like a second job. We looked at Yelp and Google’s ratings for 28738 spots across San Francisco, analyzed 3104661 restaurant reviews, and sifted through 1899 lists and articles from the likes of CultureTrip, San Francisco Chronicle and Eater – applying our Feastfox magic to sift through results. Yes, we even looked at CultureTrip - The Top 10 Restaurants In The Tenderloin, San Francisco, San Francisco Chronicle - Top 100 Restaurants and Eater - The 38 Essential San Francisco Restaurants to pull this list together. Our engine uses real-time data to only show restaurants that are open and their updated available services, so you can actually enjoy the food we show. Feastfox gets no payment from the restaurants we show, so you can trust what you see. We don’t recommend restaurants lightly, these 10 are really something special.
Knowing what to pair with daal bhat can be tricky. It’s worth exploring some red wine, particularly a glass of Cabernet Franc. This, strong and dry, red wine balances the meaty and smoky daal bhat.
When considering what goes best with spicy lamb, we recommend a glass of Zinfandel, it truly complements the dish as it cushions the lambs flavour.
Experts recommend pairing a aloo gobi with a glass of Sauvignon Blanc, a popular white wine.
Often considered one of the most iconic drinks in Nepal, raksi is a crowd-favorite choice across the country, often prepared with millet.
We’ve all struggled to find good parking near restaurants in San Francisco. To make the hunt for parking easier, we’ve partnered with a cutting-edge digital parking reservation system, Spothero, that enables you to book a spot in advance before you visit your chosen Nepali spot.