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We mean literally, dumplings are in the house, the Momo House of Nepali Style Dumplings that is. Usually, we order from one place only and not just a few spots to try something out, but with dumplings, it was go time.

Nestled in a cozy environment with other establishments at 11395 Shaenfield Rd, this hidden location is definitely on the to-do list, with picnic tables and more, this little piece of heaven is a place you could fall for. The Himalayan Restaurant is Located at 4447 De Zavala Rd in San Antonio Texas with some of the coolest personalities and superb food.

After ordering some semi-spicy dumplings, we made our way to Baskin-Robbins Ice Cream Shop and began to debate whether or not to tackle the spicy dumplings. But it was too late, someone ate the first dumpling and stated, “oh my god, this is super spicy but it’s really good.” Now everyone has a different take on what spicy is, and let me tell you, our game is weak so to us, it was a challenge to finish. The dumplings were fantastic, not chewy or bland stuffing, it was very delish. Wait time wasn’t bad at all, it was late so there weren’t many people and quite a few were sitting down at the picnic tables.

If you’re not a big fan of spicy food, no problem, they have you covered, with dumplings that are easier on the taste buds, but again, don’t take our word for it, check it out for yourself.

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