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Kathmandu Restaurant the best indo-nepali dining in Des Moines Iowa.


We stopped in for lunch, having heard there is a vibrant SE Asian community in Des Moines. We were not disappointed. The food was fresh, well-prepared and authentic. The staff was friendly and helpful and Fawn was there and told me the tale of the...More. Thank RJRmhca. init4keeps. Des Moines, Iowa. 960238.


46 reviews of Kathmandu Restaurant "This is a hidden gem. Absolutely fantastic food, friendly staff. I can't say enough about how wonderful the food here was. They'll answer any questions you have about the menu. They do run out of food as…


Harbinger is a vegetable focused small plates concept based in Des Moines that features flavors inspired by our chef's trips through SE Asia and beyond.


42 reviews of Aroy-Dee "I've become obsessed with Thai food, and was worried that my recent move to Iowa would leave me without a restaurant to satisfy my cravings. Specifically, I love SPICY Thai food and have no ... Ambience: Casual. Cindy L. “The most authentic SE Asian food I've had in Des Moines.” in 2 reviews  ...


Area Served: Houston and surrounding areas. Angkor Wat Friendship Association. MAA Programs: Celebrations. Cultural Preservation. Cambodian Buddhist Society 1901 7th Street. Des Moines, IA 50314. Phone: 515/247-0189. Contact: Po Van. Founded: 1988. Populations Served: Cambodian Americans. Area Served: ...


Michael is the president and CEO of the Des Moines Embassy Club. He is married to Business Record's 2014 Women of Influence honoree Chef Lisa Mills- LaValle who owns and runs the Trellis Café at the Greater Des Moines Botanical Gardens. Many years ago, they sponsored two Southeast Asian refugee families.


Banana Leaf Asian Bistro. 494 likes · 4 talking about this · 352 were here. Official website coming soon. MENU IN NOTES! Please call us at (515)...


Sep 21, 2017 ... For the first time, Eater visits Des Moines, Iowa, to check in on 11 new restaurants and bars that have been garnering some serious buzz. Former ... Tripp travels to Southeastern Asia yearly for a training in the cooking techniques that inspire his vegetable-focused Harbinger in the Ingersoll neighborhood.