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Founded in 1986 The Great Kathmandu is spoken of all over the globe. In far fetched places from Australia to America It’s the Talk of the town. Proud winners of the coveted The Observer readers best Indian restaurant in the UK award.
In conjunction with Local, National and International Charities we try to give back to the community.
We raised over £15,000 pounds for Nepal's earthquake appeal which saw us provide water filters and shelter for needy family's and schools.
We are currently actively helping in the construction of a school in a remote part of Nepal to provide education in an earthquake proof building.
We regularly work in conjunction with neighbouring schools to engage with pupils about nepalese culture and cuisine.
We often gather up and dispose of litter left on Burton Road. This may be glass bottles, paper and other items. We have planted several flowers and have instated hanging gardens on the corner of Burton Road and Cavendish Road.
We use biodegradable straws and use reusable linen and napkins to reduce our impact on the environment.
We pride ourselves on the quality and retention of our staff. Being a family run business means we treat them all like family.
Even to this day Gopal can be seen greeting his customers on the odd occasion. Aside from cooking he also loves gardening.
From a business and IT background he has taken over from his father. He took over the business in 2010. Buda is a keen Photographer and enjoys Music Production. He loves Hiking and is planing a trip to Everest Base camp in the coming year.
Award winning chef from Kathmandu Nepal and Son in law to Gopal Dangol. Enjoys football and supports one of the teams from Manchester...
The Eldest daughter of Gopal Dangol and a smiley face ready to greet guests. Asha has walked the carpets of The Great Kathmandu since its inception. She is also a keen Dancer and is currently collecting Tattoos.
Akash is Gopal's grandson and he controls the reservations and seating in the restaurant. He has a creative eye and enjoys Lifestyle photography.
Atish is also a grandson of Gopal. He manages the bar and billing. He is a keen gamer and musician. when he is not behind the bar he is making "bars".
Abul has been taken the orders at the Great Kathmandu for 2 decades. He loves cars and can often be seen browsing auto trader.
Azar is one of the longest standing members of staff. Some say our curry is the secret of his eternal youth. He loves football and supports whomever is winning :-)
If I had a choice, it'd be my last meal on earth.
The 'Great' Kathmandu is a very good restaurant in its class and has delivered consistently over the years... I can see now why it has the name it does.
Legendary Nepalese Tandoori restaurant in West Didsbury from leading chef Gopal Dangol.