Review: Kathmandu Nepali, Torremolinos

Heat, spice and all things nice await at Kathmandu. You won’t even have to head for the Himalayas, either. Situated just around the corner from Dealz in Torremolinos, on Calle Antonio Girón, this little restaurant pleases every time.

 

Torremolinos is a busy, big summer resort, full of kiss-me-quick souvenirs, badly poured beer and bellies a-plenty. It’s loud, brash and cheap. It is what it is! Winter, however, turns the centre into an altogether quieter place, with the only British voices likely to be long term residents, and many of the more raucous establishments have shutters drawn. It’s warmer than up here at altitude, there are bargain out of season rooms to be had. We did just that en route to the airport last week, and planned a trip to Kathmandu too.

Mixed starters to share, plus popadums and dips – all proved top class fare. Mains of fall-apart lamb, charcoal flavour and sizzling hot with onions on a cast iron slab, and accompanying hot curry sauce, plus a tasty king prawn bhuna filled us up, as we mopped up with a Peshwari naan –  a little sweetness to offset the heat of the curries. Chilled Cobra beers washed it all down…we were suitably stuffed. Total bill just 44€ for everything. Service was friendly and fast.

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