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Hello Kittens and Gents, 

I wanted to write up a restaurant review on the Sherpa House Restaurant and Cultural Center in Golden, Colorado. My husband and I went there for our 3 year anniversary and had a wonderful time. We’d driven past it many times on our way to go tubing along Clear Creek, and I always wanted to go for a visit. My husband surprised me with a reservation and we headed up the hill to celebrate ourselves and live a little. We respected all Covid-19 restrictions during our trip, so not to fret, my darlings! We were very safe on our trip. 

What first attracted me to Sherpa House was the decor of the building. It’s quite striking, and the longer you look at it, the more you see. The facility is beautifully decorated with gardens and authentic Himalyan cultural artifacts. It was designed to represent a typical home in the Solukhumbu region of Nepal. To learn more about it, click here

The outside of the restaurant.

A display of a traditional Himalayan interior.

An “om” rock surrounded by sunflowers.

A miniature display of Mt. Everest

The Sherpa House greeting

The scenery where we sat was eye-catching, yet tranquil. We listened to the gentle gurgle of a water feature nearby, while a tiny chirping bird hopped delightfully around the bamboo plants growing behind us. 

The staff recommended that we try the Sherpa House Sampler. It includes such delicious dishes as: Saag Paneer, Aalu (Aloo) Gobi, Chana Masala, brown or white rice, Daal, and Naan or Kheer. There is so much more to eat and enjoy, so feel free to explore their menu for yourselves. Every last bite was delicious and we were grateful not only for the suggestion, but for the wonderful service we received by their staff. 

If you know me, you’ll know I love beer. If you don’t, you just learned something new about me! Sherpa House is not only a restaurant and cultural center, but also a brewery. I tried their beer, which is literally brewed by sherpas. It was a light and easy to drink beer. I would highly recommend it. 

If you want to learn more about this important culture, they do offer onsite tours, but in light of the current pandemic situation, we decided to decline for now, and to explore for ourselves. The last thing we saw before we left was the intricate prayer wheel. We both got a chance to read a brief write-up describing the purpose of it before indulging ourselves in a little ringing

The Prayer Wheel information

The Prayer Wheel

If you want to make a trip to Sherpa House, you can visit it at 1518 Washington Ave. Golden, CO 80401, USA. They are open for lunch every day from 11 am – 2:30 pm and for dinner Monday-Thursday 5 pm – 9:30 pm with their hours extended to 10 pm on Friday and Saturday.  


11 thoughts on “International Dining at the Sherpa House”

  1. november november says:

    This ia lovely and made me Hungry
    Thank you for sharing

    1. I’m always hungry, but I really like your food! You’re such a wonderful cook.

  2. DeviantMynx DeviantMynx says:

    Beautiful pictures. Thank you for sharing with us. I will definitely take a look at the menu.

  3. erikarae erikarae says:

    This place is one of my favorites! It’s so delicious

  4. lunawhispurr lunawhispurr says:

    This seem beautiful. I remember having to study and do a report on the culture in Nepal. I love learning about other cultures.

    1. Me too! That’s so incredible. I would love to learn more about your study on the country.

  5. Kyra Kyra says:

    Looks like such a beautiful place!

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