I can vouch for Nepal Restaurant, it is called Naryan’s
I ate there two months ago. It was quite good. I think it
is in Basalt.
There is also the Glenwood Brewpub downtown that served
up a pretty good sandwich, have it with their saoft pretzels.
Try the Nepal Restaurant at 257 North Fifth Street. (970 242-2233)
This place is much too modern to be a typical roadfood restaurant, and it certainly doesn t serve regional specialties, but the lunch buffet I enjoyed was very, very good, with lots of variety and friendly service.
Although I don t remember their names, the dishes brought back nice memories of time spent in Nepal, and were considerably better than those at the Nepalese restaurant I tried in Boulder several days before.
You might expect a counter culture clientele, but all types of people were enjoying this food.
Nepal Restaurant is well off I-70 in the center of downtown. Look for by far the tallest building in Grand Junction, which I believe says Alpine Banks on it. The entrance is at street level.
This is not an official Voyageur recommendation, as I ve haven t been there for over a year, and I ve only been there once, but I just called, and the same owners are still there.
John from Pa.
No suggestions, but a story – in the 1980’s I was in Grand Junction and walked past a Woolworth’s with a sign in the window "Authentic Philadelphia Hoagies". Being from the Philadelphia area where hoagie shops abound, I went in to check it out. It turned out to be balogna & cheese on a hot dog roll!
Any ideas for great food in Grand Junction? I’ve been to Tequilla where I’ve enjoyed the Mexican fare. Anything else? Thanks.
Grand Junction, Colorado
You must be logged in to reply to this topic.