Mustang Thakali Kitchen is a Nepali restaurant on 37th Ave in Jackson Heights, and it’s a great spot to sit down and have a casual meal when you don’t feel like waiting for a table. It stays relatively quiet here, and you can get a good thali with rice, vegetables, lentil soup, and your choice of protein (try the goat).The momos are also pretty solid, and everything on the menu is less than $13.
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