Laso means “greetings” in Nepalese. Laso restaurant serves a bit of French, a bit of California, and a bit of Nepalese cuisine. They serve mostly delicious shared plates, with a few salads, soup and larger entrees. Entrees include pan-seared salmon with summer vegetables and a green curry mustard sauce.
Two Nepalese brothers co-own Laso: Ming Dorjee and Sonam Sherpa. Ming operates the front of the house. Sonam heads up the kitchen. He is a former Buddhist monk who earned his chops cooking for hundreds of his fellow monks at a monastery at the foot of the Himalayas.