Finest Nepalese Cuisine
Open for Takeaways
Everyday 5pm – 9:30pm
To place an order, please call anytime after 4pm. You will be given a specific time to collect unless you are ordering in advance in which case let us know when you would like the food to be ready. Payment can be made over the phone or contactless when you collect your order.
Rest assured all our team are fully aware of the current requirements and will be undertaking maximum levels of health and safety procedures to ensure the highest level of safety with work colleagues and customers. We will be following developments on a daily basis and updating our procedures accordingly. Thank you for your continued support.
111 Station Road East,
Oxted, Surrey, RH8 0AX
01883 72 26 21
|Monday||Closed||6pm – 10.30pm|
|Tuesday||12pm – 2.30pm||6pm – 10.30pm|
|Wednesday||12pm – 2.30pm||6pm – 11pm|
|Thursday||12pm – 2.30pm||6pm – 11pm|
|Friday||12pm – 2.30pm||6pm – 11pm|
|Saturday||12pm – 2.30pm||6pm – 11pm|
|Sunday Buffet||12.30pm – 10pm|
"They make some of the best non-vegetarian Nepalese food I have eaten - It's even better than in Nepal"
The first Indan chef to be awarded the Michelin Star
About The Gurkha Kitchen, Oxted
Nepalese food is unique, and at the Gurkha Kitchen we are passionate about retaining its authenticity. Our philosophy is simple – every dish is freshly prepared using only the very best quality meat, fish and vegetables. Our approach to blending herbs and spices is more complex! It’s an art we have spent years perfecting.
Some of our spices are imported directly from Nepal – It’s the only way to create the unique flavours that you will not get anywhere else. Delicious food, elegant yet informal surroundings, and great value for money – A combination that creates an unforgettable experience for you to enjoy with friends.
The Gurkhas are world famous soldiers, highly prized in the British Army and known for their bravery and courage. They come from the mountainous country of Nepal, which nestles in the Himalayas, bordering Tibet in the north and India on its southern foothills. The preparation of food revolves around the use of fresh herbs and spices, many of which are unique to Nepali cooking, and are prepared in the “khal” (stone mortar), rather than the powders used in other Asian cuisines. The heart of a Nepali meal is “dhal bhat “ (rice and lentils) and “achar” (chutney) surrounded by other main dishes thus achieving the ultimate meal. Gurkha Kitchen presents a gastronomic experience, which is prepared with great care and attention and has no room for short cut methods.