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  • 5.0 star rating
    1 check-in

    I love this place for their momos. It's a very small place so if you're into take out, this is a good place to have on yoru list. Everytime I goto JH I get the beef momos to go. I've only have them steamed but after seeing the fried version, if I eat in, I might try them. They look delish deep fried!

    I also like the choila which is basically deep fried beef that spiced heavily and will keep for quite a long time. It's like the Nepali version of Kerala meat pickle.
    The chicken momos aren't my favorite mostly because it's thigh meat used. But if you like thigh meat, then go for it.

    If you like jerky it may be worth trying the Sukuti.

    N.B. there's no descriptions on the menu, so hopefully the yelp reviews help!

  • 5.0 star rating

    This is probably my favorite place to eat in Jackson Heights. If you've never had Himalayan/Nepalese food, this is a cozy place to start. It's got elements of Indian and Chinese cuisine, with a great kick of spiciness.

    As everyone has said, the momo is pretty good, but I'm a sucker for the thali, which comes on a plate with an assortment of things: rice, a green lentil daal, a cauliflower potato masala type stew, pickles, sautéed vegetables and a meat of your choice (I've had the goat, fish and beef - all are spicy and delicious). Bring a friend and eat slowly. Eventually, the woman who works here will come over and refill your daal and vegetables, in case you haven't had enough. Though she's really kind, her English isn't great, so you may want to clarify that she's taken the right order if you're not totally sure.

    Don't come in expecting to be mindblown with intense and otherworldly flavors. The food is healthy, simple, and I could probably eat it every day. But if you're into that kind of thing like I am, Lali Guras really hits the spot. I'll be moving out of Jackson Heights soon, and I can safely say that this is one of maybe two or three restaurants that I'll really miss having so close by.

  • 5.0 star rating


    It was a cold fall evening, and I was craving something warm yet spicy. So, I went all the way to jackson heights to get some momos that Yelpers had been raving about, and I do not regret it a bit.

    I placed a pick up order, and they were promptly ready by the time I got there. They were so pleasant. I huddled back home,  überly excited to try the little packets of flavor. Every momo was decently sized not too small. I took a bite dipped in the sauce, and it was amazing. Next thing I know, all the momos were gone.  YUM!

  • 4.0 star rating
    1 check-in

    This is a simple small restaurant. I think if you don't care about ambience and want to eat delicious food reasonably, this place is good. I think about 12 people can sit and eat. I saw some people came to order takeout, too. It seems popular in the area.
    I found this place on Yelp. I chose the menu I ordered based on pictures from yelp. The pictures of Selroti, Samee Bajee and Fried Chicken Momo looked good to me.

    Samee Bajee
    Fried Chicken Momo (This is different from what I have! Probably a mistake?) Mine was this.

    Selroti is like a donut, but it is not so sweet. Outside is crispy and inside was chewy. I liked it.

    Samee Bajee looked different from the photo. They didn't use purple onion and used white onion instead. I think purple onion look much better. You can choose chicken or beef. I ordered chicken. It is fried food, but it is cold appetizer. I think it is normal to be cold, but I wish I can eat it while it is still hot. I think it will taste better if it is hot. The flavor is very good. It is very spicy, so I have to eat with water and rice, but I feel like I want to eat more.

    Fried Chicken Momo looked very different from picture. The momos in the picture was round and brown. Mine was half-moon shaped and light brown. I thought the waitress made mistake. However, they said round one is pork momo. I wonder why this yelper posted this as fried chicken momo. Anyway, it is like deep fried Chinese dumpling, but the spice they use is different. It was very flavorful. Outside was crispy.

  • 4.0 star rating
    1 check-in

    Food is awesome but  wait, the prices are even better! Very small place with only 4-6 tables good thing they deliver. Thali is the best bang for you bux (u get free refils on ur food) momos are good because their sauce Is good. Also I like their noodles. .

  • 4.0 star rating
    1 check-in

    This is a hidden little Gem in Jackson Heights. I know it may not look like much as it's a hole in the wall, but trust me the food will not disappoint. My first time having Nepali Food and I've become a fan. I had their goat curry thali which was delicious. This place serves up a plate full of goodness with some unique flavors. Though the food looks similar to Indian/ Bengali cuisine, the taste is very different. I love how they give you unlimited amounts of refill on the rice, Saag and daal. Awesome service as well! For $9 what more can you ask for?? If you're in or around the area it's definitely worth while to try this spot out!

  • 5.0 star rating

    Great momos. The Chicken ones were better than the vegetarian ones.  One of the top places in the city to get momo

  • 5.0 star rating

    Authentic, fresh, and affordable. Could a girl ask for more?!

    It's not very big and always packed. Constant traffic from catering to take out orders to people eating right there.
    I go with my Dad for a plate of steamed and fried Veggie Momos. Their sauces are the absolute best I've ever had and I've gone to many of the Nepalese places in Jackson heights. I've also had there Thukpa which is delicious.
    I want to go so bad for their Thali. Many people come to get it and it always looks and smells Delish.
    8 Momos - $5

  • 3.0 star rating

    Real hole in the wall with food that reminds you of home cooking. I got a mango lassi and the Bhutan goat thali. It was $12 altogether and I was stuffed. The Bhutan was crunchy and tasty, though a small portion. It came with steamed mustard greens, daal, mung beans, some spicy cold cabbage salad, a spicy mix of pickled bamboo shoots, a small bowl of goat gravy, a piece of papadum and a massive heap of rice. They came around to offer seconds on the veggie sides and rice. For $9!
    The mango lassi was a bit weak on taste, not mango-y or tart enough but too sweet and liquidy. Wouldn't order that again, but I will come back for the thali!
    I took off a star because it wasn't the cleanest place, and some of the veg sides also were hit and miss, like the under-salted greens, the overly salted cold sides, and the general funk of the bamboo shoots side.

  • 4.0 star rating
    1 check-in
    Listed in South Asia

    First time trying Nepalese/Himalayan food!!
    I would say it's like a milder version of Indian food with some Chinese influences and to a lesser extent some Korean and Southeast Asian flavors as well.

    Place is literally a hole-in-the-wall with only three tables available and probably seats 12 people max in the entire restaurant!! So don't expect waitstaff nor table service. But that doesn't mean the food isn't good nor authentic. Although the Nepalese lady (they look Chinese but they're Nepalese so please don't say Ni Hao Ma you ignorant rednecks!!) who worked both the counter and brought out the food spoke limited English, she was very pleasant and didn't have that 'cold' attitude that you typically get at Chinese take-out restaurants. We ordered two appetizers: the Bhutan and the Choila. And for the main course we had to get the Dhido Thalli which is like a set menu and their signature national dish.

    The Choila are basically spicy chilled beef jerky topped with fresh onions and cilantro and served cold. I thought this would make the perfect anju to go with a pitcher of cold beer. Good stuff though. The Bhutan dish was similar but instead of served chilled, this was lightly fried and made of Goat meat. Texture reminded me of a softer version of the common Chicharron or Pork Rinds you can find at many Latin American restaurants. Good stuff indeed as well

    Now...the Thalli, this was served on a HUGE metal platter. The presentation reminded me of a cross between Korean side dishes, Indian Daal, and Ethiopian meal of Injera bread and Wat or Stew. Not sure of the name, but the main starch was in the center and surrounding it were three different stews: one of lentils and beans, one of fatty meat, and one of some vegetarian stew with vermicelli noodles. There were also small portions of 'sides' as well including a steamed spinach+broccoli dish, spicy radish, and a mildly spicy red stew/sauce with anchovies. Seriously the Thalli alone was a fun and eye opening experience into a new cuisine and culture.

    -Restrooms Available behind the counter (it says Employees-Only) but its a restroom
    -Surprisingly WiFi access available!!! What the?? In a hole-in-the-wall?? Yes my dears so thoughtful! Password: abcd376376

    I wanna return to try their other dishes!! Not to mention some really sweet buttery-smelling pastry they were baking that wasn't on the menu. BRING CASH, prices are dirt cheap for the amount of food you get and support LOCAL businesses like this!

  • 4.0 star rating

    One of the first places I tried in NYC was Lali Guras, my friends used to talk about them a lot, so I decided to go there first. I have been there twice in one week already lol. FIrst of all the price is pretty much unbeatable. $5 for any momo and $8 for Chicken thali and $9 for Goat thali (No tax Yay).

    The food is authentic Nepali home cooked kind of food so, you won't feel heavy like eating a indian buffet. Next time I am going to order sel-roti and alu dum. The place definitely lacks some space but I don't mind waiting and so should not you, cause the place is worth it. :) I am taking away one star because of the seating, I think it can be little more organized.

  • 4.0 star rating

    Walking in, know it feels like a chinese place that you only do pick up or delivery, but there are seats that you never think anyone sits in..

    HOWEVER - I encourage you to sit.
    First of all, the lady was very sweet and constantly refilling our water pitcher as well as coming around with more FREE veggies and rice as we ate. Delicious.

    So we ordered the Chicken momo, Chicken Thali and an appetizer of beef... I can't remember the name exactly.. something like Saday Bahli or.. yeah, anyway, she had it and so we ordered it.

    There was so much food. I was stuffed. My bf was a little irritated that there wasn't more chicken on the chicken Thali, but there was so much flavor in everything, I didn't mind and the fact that they were so willing to bring around extras of the veggies/rice, it didnt feel like we lost out..

    The momo's were a little thicker than I expected, but the chicken inside (definitely hot and fresh so careful) was SUPER flavorful.

    The appetizer.. well I didn't know what I was eating half the time, but I liked all the flavor and texture.

    the entire cost was $20 with tip and I was uncomfortably stuffed.

  • 4.0 star rating
    3 check-ins

    Can't beat their thali. I've been to every Tibetan restaurant in queens. Listen up folks!

  • 5.0 star rating
    1 check-in ROTD 6/21/2014

    This place is fantastic. People in Manhattan may consider this place a "hole in the wall," but if you're from Queens, most likely you will think that Lali Guras is like exactly like a restaurant in your home country.

    First off, getting inside is pretty intimidating. AND IT'S AWESOME. I came in with 2 friends, and was seated within 15 seconds. Those 15 seconds included the waitress eyeing our seats, and asking the patrons who were already there to scoot over to make room for us. Baller status.

    The menu is simple. For all of our sakes, order the chicken thali. Or if you're a vegetarian, get the vegetable thali. Okay quick lesson (as if you haven't read this from other people's reviews):
    Thali: various dishes that make up one big dish.

    At Lali Guras, the thali consists of:
    - dal (lentil soup)
    - achard (spicy pickled condiments)
    - papad (crispy wafer)
    - chicken/vegetables (whichever ever is your main dish)

    Oh, and this is all only $8-9? But that's not the best part...

    THERE ARE FREE REFILLS OF FOOD. But after your second helping, you'll be stuffed.

    -- Sidenote --

    I truly loved my experience here. I think I found the man who eats with his hands (that Jason C. pointed out) and sat diagonally from him. He was awesome. He stared at me attempt to eat with my hands, laughed at me, and then TAUGHT me! Let's be real, y'all, food is the universal language. No words between us -- just food and laughter. Thanks, Lali Guras!


    Cailin's Recommendation:
    - Chicken Thali - $8

  • 5.0 star rating

    Best momos ever!!

  • 5.0 star rating

    This is the best date place evaR. The chicken momos have 5x more flavor than any other place I've been to & I'm pretty sure the wrappers are fresh made yummm. Goat bhutan (fried organ meats yes! yes! go for it!!) also the best I've had because they use hefty chunks of meat. And the chicken choila is supposedly as close to authentic Nepali as you can get...without, y'know, actually buying a plane ticket. But if you don't have a stomach made of iron I'd suggest you ask for it less spicy, bc when I say "authentic" that's also code for a spice level rating of molten lava. My date paid for my food, but I'm pretty sure everything is on the cheap side. Go here if you are a foodie with an adventurous palate!

  • 5.0 star rating

    A down home place where excellent food is served. A small New York restaurant where you set right next to people at two tables. Simplicity and great food. Serve yourself with water pitcher to ensure you don't go without a drink. They even refill your selections in your tray. Best Nepali local restaurant for taste of food with the prices to go with it.

  • 4.0 star rating

    I walk past this place all the time and finally had a chance to give it a try. I ordered the lamb thali and really enjoyed it. The meat was a bit too fatty for my taste, and it was exceptionally spicy. I'll probably order the chicken thali or the momos next time.

  • 5.0 star rating

    I've been living in Jackson Heights for over a year.  This is the best restaurant here.  Their chicken momo is better then 5 other restaurants in the area I have tried, and the fish or goat Thali is just awesome.  Everything comes together in a delicious, spicy, feast that for the $ is unbeatable.  Hard to get a table sometimes because it's very small.  If you live in the area you would be kind of nuts to have missed it, but if you are visiting you should go here first because it really defines what makes Queens and specifically Jackson Heights awesome.

  • 5.0 star rating
    1 check-in

    Bear in mind I'm a guy who doesn't care about ambience, but this is my kind of place. Simple, unpretentious, down home food, great prices, and service.

    The 2 "appetizers" I had were good but not appetizers. One was a steamed roll, the other was a kind of donut.

    For my meal I had vegetable thali. Each part of the dish was excellent, and the waitress came around and offered seconds on everything.

    I had plain lassi to drink, it was great.

    A keeper.

  • 4.0 star rating
    1 check-in

    I like the thali and momo form here . I wish the space was bigger so I would go there all the time . It's good for take out . I don't feel comfortable siting there and eat because random people will go there and sit next to you literally at the same table . Overall food is good .

  • 5.0 star rating

    This place is by far the best if you are in the mood for thali.. And cheap!!  I have tried all the thali and by far my favorite is chicken or fish. The service here is good. Pretty fast....and they come around and ask if you want more rice or veggies at no charge!  The one negative thing about this place is the seatings. Basically it's just two long tables.

  • 5.0 star rating
    1 check-in

    Best lunch in Jackson Heights. The veggie tail is delicious! The dahl and green vegetable are always the same and the curry changes seasonally. I think it's enough food - but the server comes around and offers more rice, dahl and - so it's honestly all you can eat for $7. But I would honestly pay more for the same meal.

  • 4.0 star rating
    8 check-ins

    There are a few Nepali places in my area that sell momo, none can compete with the momo you will find here. It is just the right flavor and the flavorful sauce you will get to accompany the delicious dumplings are always provided. It is a pretty tough place to find a seat in, but if you get seated do not mind the man eating with his hands and sucking every morsel off of them. It is a common practice, if you choose to do so, make sure you eat with your right hand.

    I usually take the momo to go because I live in the area, they keep well as long as you aren't going somewhere that will take hours to get to.

  • 5.0 star rating

    This might be my favorite restaurant in the world? As other reviewers have noted, the ambience is nothing special, and like them, I am not the kind of guy who cares about that. I like robust flavors, low prices, generous portions, and--because 90% of the time I'm eating out alone--fast service. And Lali Guras has all those things in ample quantity. And they always come out when you're 3/4 done and give you a second helping!! I tend to get the veg thali--thali because it's a curry so you get a well rounded meal on one big plate, and veg because the meat ones are good but the meat chunks tend to be a little bony, so veg is just easier to wolf down, which I appreciate. But all the appetizers and soups are great too.

  • 4.0 star rating
    1 check-in

    Good authentic Nepali food.
    Good price
    Nice owners

    Food not consistent sometimes

  • 5.0 star rating

    I love this place. I worked in Kathmandu, Nepal for five months and an Indian-American friend in NYC recommended that I check out Lali Guras. As soon as I took my first bite, I was transported back to the sights, smalls, and tastes of the low-key, everyday restaurants that I frequented in Nepal. I didn't realize how much I missed those authentic flavors until I was tasting them again.

    My husband and I ordered chicken momos, chow mein, and a vegetarian thali. None of them disappointed- the momos were juicy with just the right level of dough thickness. The thali had a variety of vegetables, dal (soupy lentils), acchars (spicy, pickled condiments) and papad (crispy wafer) to accompany a generous serving of rice. Everything was flavored perfectly. If you've never had Nepali food before, you may find the vegetables bland in comparison with Indian food. However, let me assure you- this is legit. This isn't a place that is known for its ambiance, but I really can't praise the food enough.

  • 5.0 star rating

    The food here is great, just like you would have it in Nepal. The interior isn't pretty but who needs that. If you're in the mood for great, authentic and cheap Nepali/Tibetan/Himalayan food, this is your place! I'd recommend the Thali (comes in a variety of meat options). The server will even come by with free refills of rice, lentil soup, veggies, etc. You really can't get a better deal than that anywhere else.

  • 4.0 star rating

    Lali Guras is a quintessential roadside cafe (Bostonians, think Punjabi Dhabha, but Nepali food instead).  First, do not be fooled by the menu posted (the one that mentions hamburgers).  Instead, grab the menu that's on the counter.  Also, please note:  the menu is a point of departure for negotiation with the staff - much of what's listed may or may not be served on a particular day (there's no rhyme or reason to this - for example, there was no vegetable curry yesterday, though they certainly had vegetables, and they had curry- like chicken curry).  All this to say, it's best to choose 3 or 4 things you're interested in before ordering so that you're not heartbroken when you find out that something seemingly essential - like chicken - isn't being served.

    As the other reviewers say, the momos are the big hit at Lali Guras.  Also impressive was the veggie thali (daal, saag, chickpeas, a bunch of different achars, and rice) which comes with free refills on everything but the rice.   And everything at Lali Guras is insanely cheap - we had two veg thalis, one soup, one potato dish, and some momos, and the bill came to $26.  

    A few other notes:
    - Cash only.
    - Don't go to Lali Guras if you're planning to impress someone later that night. Or if you're lying about where you've been.  It's kind of smoky in there, and the smell that lingers in your hair and clothes will give you away.
    - There's no ambience.  Zero.

  • 5.0 star rating

    Pretty down to earth establishment, with authentic food. Simple, tasty and homely.

  • 4.0 star rating

    If you are looking for inexpensive, flavorful and authentic Nepali cuisine, this is your place. The prices here are rock bottom. We had the mutton thali and steamed beef Momo, both of which were delicious! We decided to order more to-go for dinner!
    While the seating here is not very comfortable, doing take-out is your best bet.

  • 4.0 star rating
    First to Review

    When Lali Guras opened in the summer of 2009 with a big awning advertising everything from Nepalese, Tibetan, Bhutanese to Chinese food, I didn't know what to make of it. Then, when you walk in, you see a wall menu of American breakfast sandwiches alongside pictures of Chinese takeout dishes. Go to the paper menu by the register - it's their Other, better menu. My favorite, the reason I keep coming back, are the beef momos.

    There are a lot of good beef momos in the neighborhood but I prefer theirs because:

    * Only $5 compared to $6 at other places
    * Nice owners
    * Cheap mango lassi
    * If you're hungry for something more filling, Lali Guras has noodle soups (thenthuk) or lunch and dinner platters (thali)

    It's packed whenever I go - even weekdays at off hours! I like to take a cramped seat by the counter and look across the street into McDonald's while I eat.

  • 3.0 star rating
    Listed in MOMO Queens Crawl


    O how I love dumplings!  I have tried them all - dumplings, shumai, potstickers, perogi, ravioli, manti, yum, yum, yum.  But what is this you say?  Tibetan dumplings with a funny name?  Momos?  Why have I never tried these before?  So after reading a great little article on Serious Eats by Sara Markel-Gonzalez reviewing several places in Queens to get Momos, I promptly drove to Queens to, eh-hem, visit Mom, and to get some MOMOS for MOM!

    And so started my MOMO crawl on a fine, chilly Sunday afternoon on Tibetan Row in Jackson Heights, Queens.  I visited Tashi Delek Momo Dumpling Palace, Lali Guras, Bhim's Cafe, and Potala cart...all around the block from each other, and a very easy MOMO crawl indeed.  Conveniently, they are located right off the 7 train (74th Street, Broadway stop).  

    All four stops on the MOMO crawl had very different dumplings.  While all four types of momos I tried today were good in their own way, I enjoyed the yellow sauce at Lali Gura the most.

    The momos are shaped in a half moon here.  The wrapper is a denser, chewier bite than the other 3.  Whereas Bhim's was impossibly thin, these were chewy.  I guess it depends on what you prefer - I like both ways!  
    I noted that these were a little hard and dry.  Freezer burn perhaps?  

    The filling had interesting flavor.  There are mild spices, very enjoyable.  

    Of all three spots I stopped today, this was the slowest.  It took a good 15-20 minutes to get my order here.  However, I did notice as I was waiting, that the sign on the door said 12-12 on Sundays.  I had arrived at 11:30am, and they were open, with another customer enjoying a paper and a beverage, so I assumed they were open.  But perhaps the kitchen had not been fired up yet.  When I ordered momos, the chef had to run down the basement and bring them I guess they were not ready yet.  I  noticed they were frozen dumplings.  Not that I expect them to fresh make dumplings with each order.  Not sure if they buy these bulk from somewhere or make them and freeze them.  

    The restaurant is small.  There are nice benches and two or three tables.  It is divvy - but in a cool kind of way.  Tibetan, Nepali newspapers lying around.  A woman sitting at a table staring at me for 20 minutes.  But I am third-generation Queens, so that kinda awkwardness doesn't scare me off from truly awesome food discoveries.  It kinda makes it an experience, an adventure.  

    To dip the momos came two sauces.  I did not enjoy the red sauce (at any stop today), because it was oily.  I loved the yellow sauce, the best sauce I tried today.  It really complements the momo flavor.  Very different than the soy-vinegar-ginger sauce at Chinese restaurants.  Very unusual, and very delicious.

  • 4.0 star rating

    Lali Guras (Nepali for rhododendron, the national flower) serves the type of food that one typically gets at a roadside shop in Nepal. You'll see many choices on the menu, but get what everyone else gets: Momos or a thali.

    The momos (dumplings) are some of the best ones around these parts, with a thick dough and plenty of filling - the chicken is flavorful and juicy but the beef can be dry at times. At 8 plumpers for $5, they're also the cheapest in the hood.

    The thali gives you a choice of curry (I get the goat) with lentils, mustard greens and rice for around $8. It's expected that you ask for additional helpings of anything you want. The food is pretty solid.

  • 4.0 star rating

    @ Ravi J..Your review is way off.  That place on 74th Street is a pig sty.  It is so dirty.  Lali Guras is is the best Nepali Place in Jackson Heights.  They need to open a bigger place or another one of these in the neighborhood.  They recently put some new benches in here which makes it a bit nicer.  Getting down to the point, the food is authentic and freshly cooked.  Each dish seems to be made on the spot.  Their thali and thukpa is the highlight here.  Thali is replenished at your request for free.  I would go to this place before any Nepali/Tibetan spot in the Heights.  It is just a tight fit.

  • 2.0 star rating

    Lali Guras has a real outpost sort of feel. Location is at an ever-atmospheric corner off of Roosevelt Ave, with a diagonal view of the 7 Train passing. The clientelle seems to be Himalayan, sipping cheap chai, speaking softly to one another, and being distracted by old Bollywood films being shown on an TV. The kitchen itself is run by what seems to be a family, making simple Himalayan food out of a rickety commerical set-up. While the overhead sign describes American breakfast items, the printed menu sells an extremely tailored array of dumplings (momos), Tibetan noodle soups (thukpas), chaats, and Nepalese thalis (set meals). While everything is tasty and cheap (prices stay well under the $10 range), the uniqueness is a little to be desired. Lali Guras serves the type of food that you would eat if you were traveling in Northern India/Nepal/Tibet, stopped at a home roadside canteen on desolate highway. Enticing if you take comfort from the simplicity of a warm cup of Himalayan chicken noodle soup (thukpa), with thick noodles, strips of potatoes and carrots and cuts of dark-meat chicken; a piping hot cup chai served in a styrofoam cup; and the comforting grease from a meat-filled momo dumpling. If that is your version of authentic, then Lali Guras is worth a try. Otherwise, the nearby 74th Street Indo-Pak-Bengali-Himalayan corridor provides better a better sampling of food from the region.

  • 4.0 star rating

    A small little Himalayan jewel tucked away amidst the chaos that is "Jackson Heights". I absolutely love this place because it reminds me of the small joints back home. The momos are awesome and I feel they make great chowmein. Every time I am here, I make sure I order them both. The chowmein is great with chili sauce. They also have the traditional Nepali thali which constitutes rice, dal, different meat and vegetable curry, aachar and much more. I have personally never tried the thali but seem like it's very popular because I have seen a lot of people order just that. One day, I will get around to trying it but I am sure it's delicious. The people who work here are kind and courteous and genuinely care that you are happy with the service. It's a small place with limited seating but it's worth the try. For people aware of the nepali culture and hospitality, you will experience that here.

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