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This spectacular restaurant serves traditional Nepali dishes in one of the most unique places in the city. The four-storey building was the residence of the royal priest over 150 years ago, and it retains its traditional feeling, with floor seating on decorative cushions and meals served in brass dishes. It also hosts regular cultural shows and boasts a Kamasutra bar decorated with erotic-themed wood carvings.
- Address: Dilli Bazar, Kathmandu
- Phone: +977 1 4416 423
- More Info: www.bhojangriha.com
- Opening House: Sun–Sat 10am–10pm
Nepal's geographic, climate and cultural diversity means that its cuisine is equally varied. The national dish is Dal Bhat Tarkari, a lentil soup (dal) served on boiled rice (bhat) with curry (tarkari). There are countless variations on this staple, so start exploring! The city also offers an emerging fine dining scene where visitors and locals can find top-class cuisine from around the world.