[TAKEOUT] ISLAND PEAK
Café Himalaya, which was popular for its Nepalese cuisine, moved and reopened as the international café & bar ISLAND PEAK at the end of 2019.
* The shop is located on the opposite side of the street from the old Café Himalaya.
I heard they started to do takeout so I went immediately (^ ^)
Recommended takeout items
- Daily curry rice
Talking about the former Café Himalaya, this is it!
Daily curry rice: 550 yen
- Gapao rice
Speaking of popular Thai food, this!
Gapao rice: 680 yen
- Chow mein
Curry-flavored Nepalese yakisoba
Chow mein 650 yen
Other takeout options
Mr. Pradip, who is from Nepal, has lived in Yamagata since 2004 and opened Café Himalaya in 2010.
“Following the Tohoku Earthquake & Tsunami of 2011, I decided that I should stay in Japan in these difficult times.”
“We started to do takeout this time because we wanted to help people like office workers and those living alone who had difficulty finding places to eat at. And our regulars too!”
In addition to the delicious dishes that you can hardly find anywhere else in Yamagata, there may be many customers who come to visit Mr. Pradip.
The staff is international including some from Nepal and Latin America!
The evening menu is abundant, so when everything comes back to normal make sure to come for dinner.