Welcome to Woodside Cafe! Our family is proud to offer a unique dining and entertainment experience that celebrates the rich cultural heritage of the Newari and Nepali community. Our menu features a wide variety of traditional dishes that are made from the freshest local ingredients and prepared with love and care. Whether you're in the mood for savory momos, spicy chow mein, or sweet lassi, you're sure to find something to satisfy your appetite!
In addition to our delicious food, we also offer a full bar with an extensive selection of beers, wines, and cocktails. We believe that good food and good drinks are best enjoyed with good company, and we strive to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere where everyone feels like family. Enjoy live music every Friday through Sunday starting at 8:30pm!
"The momos are giants, fat round dumplings with furrowed peaks, rising from a pink-orange sauce the color of penne alla vodka. It tastes a little like penne alla vodka, too, oddly, inexactly and wonderfully — marinara meets tikka masala, with momos as tortelloni writ large."
"Woodside Cafe is what got me into momos in the first place and it's momos are what I compare any other ones I come across in the neighborhood. Thus far, nothing has compared to their scrumptious and savory kothe momos or the heat and crunch of their red-hot chili momos. I've had them in meat filled versions but I actually prefer their lighter vegetarian kind...Go here, you won't be disappointed!"
"5 star for the servers! The food was very lite and tasty, it’s a perfect Thali for me. Must try! Also the live band were fun and took song requests."
"Chef-owner Purushotam Khadgi hails from Kathmandu, Nepal’s capital, but he worked for a decade at Sotto Cinque on Manhattan’s Upper’s East Side, hence his signature “momo in pink cream sauce” which draw their culinary DNA from the classic pasta dish. Since many South Asians don’t partake of alcohol, Khadgi leaves out the vodka, but the dumplings are lovely nonetheless."
"The food here is excellent. The word excellent does not even do any justice. From waiwai sadeko to the pink cream sauce momo (dumpling in their special sauce) and the chicken lollipop and chicken thali (I am a meat lover) and... I can just go on forever. They make the best Lassi in town girl. I usually get the plain ones but the mango one is very tasty too. The consistency is just right!"
"Delicious, well flavored dishes that will leave you wanting more! These newari thali and nepali all foods were so good and they are great. Staff is exceptional and friendly.
You should try them!
You wont regret it!!!
Best server of the customer goes to Mooskan."