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Authentic Nepali & Indian Cuisine

Open Monday thru Sunday 11 am to 9:30 pm

Closed All Day Tuesday’s

(Holiday’s may affect open hours)

710 N. Townsend Ave. Montrose, CO 81401


Pickup or Carry Out

Get your authentic Nepalese food to go at Pun Hill Kitchen. Browse the menu, then call in your order 970-615-7028. Order from our regular menu or choose the lunch buffet to go.

Free Delivery within 5 Miles

Get your food delivered for free if you live or work within 5 miles of Pun Hill Kitchen! A reasonable delivery fee applies to longer deliveries.

Lunch Buffet

Our eat-in lunch buffet offers daily specials and customer favorites. Served 7 days a week from 11:00 AM to 2:30 PM. Get the buffet to go, too!

Event Catering

Bring an authentic flavor to your next party or work event when you choose Pun Hill Kitchen Catering. Call or stop by the restaurant for full details on our catering menu.

Authentic Nepalese and Indian Cuisine

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Himalayan Special Thukpa

A combination of chicken, lamb, egg, vegetables, and noodles cooked in a thick broth seasoned with fresh herbs and spices.


Veggie Korma


Korma is prepared using tomato, onion, garlic and our own secret recipe. Cooked with coconut flakes, nuts, raisins and finished with a touch of cream.

Veggie – $12.99
Chicken – $14.99
Lamb – $15.99
Shrimp – $15.99
Tofu/Paneer – $13.99

House Special Bhuteko Bhaat

House Special Bhaat (Rice) Bhuteko

Mixed fried rice with chicken, lamb, egg and vegetable.


Chicken Saag


Our secret recipe for saag combines spinach, cooked thoroughly with a touch of cream. With your choice of protein.

Tofu – $12.99
Panner (Our Home Made Cheese) – $13.99
Chicken – $14.99
Lamb – $15.99
Shrimp – $15.99
Plain Saag – $11.99

Shrimp Curry


Our Nepalese style curries are prepared with onion, tomato, ginger, cinnamon, chili, cumin and garlic.

Chicken – $14.99
Lamb – $15.99
Salmon – $15.99
Shrimp – $15.99
Veggie – $13.99

Daal Bhaat Tarkaari

Dal-Bhaat Tarkaari

Rice, lentils, Naan, achaar served with vegetables curry. Dessert: Choice of Gulab Jamun or Kheer.


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Shahi Paneer

Home made cheese cooked accordingly to our secret recipe and onion. Blended and finished with cream and nuts.


Chicken Biryani


Aromatic Basmati rice cooked with meat or vegetables seasoned with our secret blend of spices including nuts and raisins. Served with raita, a cooling yogurt sauce.

Veggie – $13.99
Chicken – $14.99
Lamb – $15.99
Shrimp – $15.99

Side Order of Basamti Rice – $1.99

Veggie Chow Chow

Veggie Chow Chow

Tibetan style pan fried noodles (wheat flour) with mixed vegetables, onion, tomato, ginger and garlic.


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Himalayan Special Chow Chow

Our Tibetan style chow chow (wheat flour), features a combination of chicken, lamb, vegetables, egg and pan fried noodles sautéed with onion, tomato, garlic, ginger and a touch of soy sauce.


Our full menu offers favorite Nepalese foods, freshly prepared, such as mo-mo, Daal, Naan, Saag, Curries, and more! We also offer bar selections of white and red wines, and imported and domestic beers. Non-alcoholic beverages include yogurt-based lassi, soft drinks, tea, chai, and coffee.

Our Mission

To bring our passion for food and hospitality to communities across America. We serve a delicious array of authentic Nepali and Indian cuisine, freshly prepared by our chefs. We have dug deep into Nepali and India culinary culture and revived a cuisine worthy of your taste buds. Our restaurant is honored to bring this rich and exotic cuisine to you for your pleasure.

Fun Facts About Nepal

What is the most common type of Nepales Cuisine?

The most common food eaten by the Nepalese is “Daal-bhaat” which translates to lentil and rice . Most Nepalese eat Daal-bhaat twice a day along with “Tarkari” or curried vegetables. Meat is usually very rare among the Nepalese diet, depending on thier economic status, and is usually only eaten on very special occasions.

Nepal is famous for the world's highest mountain Mount Everest,

but did you know that it’s also home to 8 out of 10 of the world’s highest mountains?

Did you know that in Nepal it is the year 2074?

Nepal is approximately 57 years and 8.5 months ahead of the Gregorian calendar. Talk about time travel right?!

What is Mo-Mo?

Mo-mo is a type of steamed dumpling and is one of the most popular dishes among Nepalese and Tibetans. Preparation includes wrapping stuffed meat and vegetables in flour dough, which is often a fun social activity.

Nepal is the only country with a triangular flag.

The flag’s triangular shape is meant to represent the Himalayan Mountains that are so highly recognized in Nepal.

What is the most popular short treks in Nepal?

Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek is one of the most popular short treks in Nepal. It is an 8 day trek that takes travelers through multiple Nepali villages and offers the best views of the Annapurna Himalayan range.

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“Incredibly authentic, absolutely delicious and the customer service is the best I’ve seen in Montrose!”
Hayley S.

“Authentic food, attentive service and great atmosphere. Highly recommend. Always get a marsala dish. Vindaloo is the right spicy hot! Paneer saag is one of my daughters favorites and helps tone down any spicy dishes.”
Derik Y.

“This was a great place for dinner on our way home! We ordered 4 main dishes and they were all great! The service as was friendly and the food was quick!”
Max T

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