Launching on 1 October, the new site will serve the same menu of traditional Nepalese street food, created by head chef Binod Baral, as at the group’s first location.
The launch of the new site on Wembley's Ealing Road comes five months after the group's first site opened, and Baral says that the initial branch is “already doing well”.
Dishes will include the likes of Tibetan soup with hand pulled flat noodles; momo with fillings of chicken, lamb, vegetable and soya tofu; Himalayan goat curry; and a spicy Nepalese meat ‘salad’ known as choila.
Dessert options will include condensed milk kulfi in a variety of flavours, served on a stick; and traditional homemade rice pudding.
A list of traditional non-alcoholic drinks such as kaagadi pani lemon and lime water; and sharbat made with fruit juice and fennel are available, alongside a list of wines and spirits.
Head chef Baral takes his experience from roles as former global head chef for Formula 1 and former executive head chef for The Bombay Bicycle Club chain. He is currently chef patron at North Indian restaurant Zumbura in Clapham, and owns catering consultancy company, Spice Pundit.