From Our Editors
The exotic flavors and welcoming staff at Jewel of Himalaya fully embody the respective buzzwords of "worth it" and "gracious" penned by a The New York Times writer. Showcasing a style of cuisine not typically found in Westchester, the upscale-yet-casual eatery's founder employs his 10 years of experience in the restaurant industry to create lamb, chicken, and mutton dishes that are low in fat and carbohydrates. He harnesses colorful, aromatic spices found only on the highest Himalayan peaks, lending their distinctive flavors to Himalayan curry, Tibetan momo dumplings, and Makhini. Though Jewel of Himalaya is a traditional Nepalese restaurant, that's not all you'll find on the menu. Diners can also ease into this spicy, adventurous style of food with Indian and Chinese dishes such as fried rice, vindaloo, and biryani cooked with a Himalayan twist.