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Have you visited Himalayan Chimney recently?

I had dinner there earlier this week, and it was great. My friends and I ordered a bunch of stuff to share, and we regretted nothing. If you haven’t visited recently, do stop by soon for a tasty meal in a cozy space.

We had the tandoori vegetables ($14), the onion kulcha ($3) and these things:

Avocado Jhalmuri ($9)

Potato, avocado and rice puffs with mix of onion, tomato and house special sauce

Avocado jhalmuri is stacked on a square white plate at Himalayan Chimney. The stack of avocado, puffed rice, and chickpeas is topped with very thin strands of raw beets and topped with a mint leaf. Photo by Jessica Hammie.Photo by Jessica Hammie

Chana Pindi ($13)

Preparation of chickpeas in onions tomato gravy perfected by Chef’s special spices

A bowl of chana pindi at Himalayan Chimney. Chickpeas in a reddish tomato sauce are garnished with three slivers of white onion an served in an oval white bowl. There is a metal spoon in the bowl. Photo by Jessica Hammie. Photo by Jessica Hammie.

Chicken Saag ($13)

Tender boneless chicken morsels cooked with spinach with a hint of fenugreek

A bowl of chicken saag at Himalayan Chimney. Dark green spinach puree and pieces of chicken are garnished with a rose petal and drizzle of raita. It is served in an oval white bowl. photo by Jessica Hammie. Photo by Jessica Hammie.

Tandoori Quadruple Play ($19)

combination of four grilled delicacies – seekh kebab, achari chicken, tandoori chicken and shrimp

Tandoori Quadruple Play at Himalayan Chimney features griled chicken, shrimp, and kebabs. The meat is marinated in something red, leaving a dark red, grill-charred flesh. It is served on a black slate platter. Photo by Jessica Hammie. Photo by Jessica Hammie.

Himalayan Chimney
134 W Church St
M-Sa 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. + 5 to 10 p.m.
Su noon to 3 p.m. + 5 to 9 p.m.

Top image by Jessica Hammie.

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