Khampa Kitchen

75-15 Roosevelt Ave, Queens
(347) 507-0216

Recent Reviews

Fateha A.

Went here a few weeks ago for the 1st time, didn't really like the food as much as I wuda thought & the service cuda been better. The server was too busy, so she left us to attend to other customers while trying to explain the dishes to us. She also prolly had trouble explaining what the dishes are in English, which obviously isn't her fault. We got veggie fried rice, mushroom soup, cucumber salad, a bun, & sweet tea. The sweet tea was barely sweet. I would say it's a misnomer. It tasted like masala chai otherwise, just not as strong, a mellowed version. I wuda preferred stronger flavor, a bit sweeter as well wouldn't hurt. The cucumber salad was my fave. It's slightly spicy, comes in soy sauce, with sesame seeds on top. It reminds me of cucumber kimchi. The fried rice comes with onion, scallion, & carrot. It's either cooked in soy sauce or someone hurriedly poured soy sauce over parts of it, resulting in an inconsistent color & taste. Some of the rice was white, some brown. That did get on my nerves for some reason. I got weird pet peeves, ya feel me? Anyway, I'd appreciate properly mixing the rice after adding soy sauce to get a uniform color & taste. It was decent otherwise. The mushroom soup tastes like canned Campbells soup except the mushroom portion is generous & the bowl of soup is huge. I liked the soup. The bun is big & goes well with the soup. Idk what else to say abt it. Bread is bread.

Bhutisang G.

My friend and i had a rendezvous at jackson heights . We decided to try a new restaurant and choose khampa. The food was very delicious and we had a hearty meal . The waitress were very sweet and attentive . The ambiance felt cozy enough to feel like home and we had a very good time .

Daisy

Ordered takeout on a windy, rainy day. The owners were kind enough to offer a mug of hot water while I waited for the food. The beef and vegetable momos are flavorful. About 4 pieces can feed an adult. The atmosphere is very comforting and homey. Decor is very nice and energy is very relaxed.

Atmosphere: 5

Food: 5

Service: 5

Recommended dishes: Then Thuk

SAMMY LOUDPACKS

Great soup and butter tea. Came here twice both times have been banging. Great portions!

Atmosphere: 5

Food: 5

Service: 5

Mattia Pes

Amazing tibet destination and home feeling. I have not been in Tibet but I can tell the experience is very authentic. Worth a trip from wherever you live!

Atmosphere: 5

Food: 5

Service: 5

Yeshi Tenzin

served with smelling butter tea and after one sip, i told them n the owner said freshly made but it was not. n then didnt say sorry or any replacement. afterall they charged me fr those two teas which we didnt drink at all.

Atmosphere: 1

Food: 1

Service: 1

Luigi R.

I'm only reviewing FOOD and the food is delicious that's it no questions asked. So if you want good food come to khampa!

Owen L

Exceptional restaurant, especially considering their prices. The portions are very large, and I was surprised to see a genuine entree listed for only $10 on average. I highly recommend their butter tea, and all of the dishes we got were delicious. The sausage was excellent as well! I also should mention their decorations and music, which were also very nice. A very comforting and homely place.

Atmosphere: 5

Food: 5

Service: 5

Chase Long

Huge breakfast portion. Get the Himalayan set. The dumplings + congee (they come together) are solid, but the Himalayan set stood out to me for taste. Freshly fried bread. Everything flavorful. Also try their coffee and ask for honey. Dip the honey in the coffee and then taste from the spoon. So good. Only minor issue was it was slow to come out of the kitchen. I hope to return.

Atmosphere: 5

Food: 5

Service: 4

Kit

Had a delicious Himalayan set breakfast plus sweet milk tea to drink. Excellent service. A taste of Tibet right here in Queens.

Atmosphere: 5

Food: 5

Service: 5

Michelle C.

What a gem! We came with a group of 4 and aren't the most familiar with tibetan food, but were pleasantly surprised with all the food we tried. We ordered:-dumplings in soup (spicy, came with bok choy) -tibetan breakfast (bento-like plate with fried dough, chickpeas, potato curry, spicy veggies, and a fried egg) -cold clear noodles (these were sooo good, it came with spicy sauce/peanuts/scallion on top) We also tried "butter tea", which we've never had before but was suggested by the host. My thought on it is that it's okay, maybe i'm not used to a savory warm beverage as much so I wasn't the biggest fan. Other than that I would highly recommend all the dishes we had, I'm curious to try out the other dishes on their menu too!

Lucas Shapiro

Delicious breakfast and super friendly

Atmosphere: 5

Food: 5

Service: 5

Jefferson M.

Absolutely loved this hole in the wall. We ordered a huge spread of beef tongue, I would highly recommend the beef tongue - incredibly tender and covered in a numbing spicy oil. I thought it went amazingly with the pickled radish and mantou. This was recommended by the waiter as well.I also really enjoyed the beef momos. They were like bigger and beefier xiao long baos. Goes really well with the spicy sauce.Servers were also really nice - explained everything we were ordering and commented on what goes well together. I've also never had butter tea before and it was an interesting order!

Stanley C.

Lovely venue for some Himalayan breakfast and momos! The fried bread was delicious in combination with the curry potatoes and the onions. The beef momos had a fluffy exterior; kind of like steam char siu baos or chicken baos.You can definitely taste the butter in the butter tea. It's not a very dark tea. The butter is very prominent.The breakfast also comes with some rice congee. Tastes great when you add some the other things on your plate like the momo and the curry potatoes. Would love to come here again and bring my Nepalese friends.Cheers

Fnu Dorjee nyc

Disappointing. Ordered fry noodles which was over cooked . Was more of a sauce than fry.

Atmosphere: 4

Food: 1

Service: 3

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