The co-founder & Chef-Patron Binod Baral who was born in Pokhara Nepal to full fill his dream to provide the kind of food he ate when he was growing up but within the quick & casual restaurant setting.
Binod is one of the UK’s most respected and proven talented chef from Nepalese community. He has more than two decades of global experience in food industries in various operation.
Recently worked for formula 1 as Global Head Chef (Asian Cusine) and former Group Executive Head Chef for The Bombay Bicycle Club for 21 Restaurant and Takeaways in London.
He is also current Chef Patron of Zumbura in Clapham, founder of SPICE PUNDIT catering consultancy. He got long term vision for Asian Culinary Academy to give some back for community.
Binod believe in ’Local for local’ want to give business to local and take business from local, support local farm and business so it will reduce farm to fork time so food automatically fresh and economical , reduce packaging and delivering cost and food automatically fresh. Environmental Sustainability is another principle priority. He believes in practical action and start from individual person him to create a sustainable future for everyone on our planet to achieve this sharing knowledge is key from ground level. Connecting People to Nature – in the city and on the land, from the poles to the equator”. He believes in caring mother nature and making our world better.
He is committed to care our environment He supports Prince Trust Charity.
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Great service and great food. You never go wrong. Dahi papdi Chaat, Veg Steamed Momos, Veg Hakka Noodles, Veg Thupka are too gud. The list is long.
I visited Momo and Roti and now I am a regular. The last time I had such tasty food was way back in Nepal. I love their food and the service is immaculate. Must go for all who like proper food. Highly recommended.
My brother and I were on our way back from a rugby game at Twickenham when we found this great Nepalese restaurant. We had been looking for this type of food in central London with no luck. We were pleasantly surprised with the place. We loved the momos and everything else that we ordered. Service was lovely, so welcoming! Would most likely go out of my way to eat there again.