Nepal is the land of diversity. Like nature, culture and tradition, Nepal is also diverse in terms of food. Specifically,Read more
By Anuska Joshi Boastful of its natural beauty, Nepal claims a dynamic range of landscape and topography, with mountainous terrainRead more
Nepal is a blend of nature, culture, and tradition, The country is diverse in terms of food as well.
Non- alcohalic as well as alcoholic drinks are equally popular in Nepal. A simple black tea or a tea infused with milk, tea is the Nepal’s favored drink. Alcoholic drinks like Raksi, Chhaang and Tongba are popular as well.
With such a great cultural diversity, it is not unusual to have equally different types of innumerable food. Here are some of the typical and authentic Nepali food.Read more
The Oxygen offers acoustic bands which are more than enough to fill the whole Lounge with music. The lap dancing place next door features outdoor group singing every Saturday that gave a sniff of degeneration to the otherwise mellow and relaxing atmosphere.Read more
Like nature, culture and tradition, Nepal is diverse in terms of food as well. Nepal, specifically its capital city Kathmandu,Read more
We’ve been treated like royalty, devoured a feast usually reserved for special celebrations, luxuriated in the beautiful environment of Krishnarpan, and learned a great deal about Nepalese culture on this culinary journey.Read more
The small country represents Africa for wildlife, America and Europe for wilderness and pristine nature, and Asia for culture and civilization. Nepal is a paradise for nature lovers and a mecca for adventure enthusiasts as the country is home to numerous Himalayan peaks, fast flowing rivers and deep valleys.Read more
Baithak is the best place, if not the only one, in Nepal to know about the Maharajas and dine like them in royal ambienceRead more
“Let’s try something different” is something that you think of while eating out. And if you are looking for EuropeanRead more