You can’t go to Bhaktapur Durbar Square and not visit Aalucha. The fast food joint that serves simple yet delicious dishes made primarily from potatoes is quite popular among locals and regular visitors of the Durbar Square since its opening two years ago. Now you don’t have to go all the way to Bhaktapur to try their food. Aalucha recently opened an outlet at Mangal Bazaar in Patan, Lalitpur.
Given the growing fascination of the Korean culture among Nepalis it’s no surprise that Korean restaurants these days get a lot of visitors. If the aisles of supermarket stores packed with ramen and other instant Korean snacks are any indication, Korean food is the new ‘it’. Hangkook Sarang in Naxal, Kathmandu, is catering to this Korean food loving crowd and how
Husband and wife duo Chuck Han and Siwon Choi started Salon De Kathmandu, a cafe and bistro in July 2016. According to Han, he accidentally stumbled upon the property that now houses Salon de Kathmandu and a bed and breakfast called Maison de Kathmandu and was immediately taken by the large garden. “I could see it being a place where people could come in and enjoy some peace and quiet,” he says.
Just opposite the gates of the UN Headquarters in Pulchowk, Lalitpur is a recently opened eatery by name of Sara’s Bistro that is sparking quite an interest in the food loving community and on social media alike. And with good reason too. In pictures, their pan seared badel and mousseline cake look like real treats and their reviews so far have scored a solid five stars.
You’d never know that pasta primavera, a pseudo-Italian dish that appears on virtually every chain restaurant menu, actually has roots in French haute cuisine. The usual reproduction a random jumble of produce tossed with noodles in a heavy, flavor-deadening cream sauce tastes nothing like spring.
We wanted to create a pasta dish that brought out the delicate, earthy flavor hiding in supermarket mushrooms. We selected cremini mushrooms, which have a meatier texture and a more intense, woodsy flavor than button mushrooms but are still readily available.
There is something magical about this recipe, which coaxes the ultimate flavor out of just a few humble supermarket ingredients, turning them into a rich-tasting and well-balanced pasta dish that will have your family reaching for seconds.
Dal Bhat is definitely the unofficial national dish of Nepal. But beside this king of all dishes, the Nepali cuisine offers various other delicacies that are unique and authentic to the country and the people living here.
Who does not love pizza, right? But at most restaurants, pizzas are quite pricey. So, sometimes as much as we might be craving for a slice of gooey pizza, we can’t really order it because it does not fit in our meager eating out budget. Sal’s Pizza comes to your rescue during these times. This eatery runs on the dictum, “Almost Round. Almost Cheap. Almost Delicious.” And the dictum frames their business almost perfectly, minus the almost delicious part because that could not be more wrong.
Bajeko Sekuwa doesn’t really need an introduction. It’s already a go-to spot for most city dwellers whenever they wish to satisfy their carnivorous cravings. But, by the looks of it, the popular sekuwa joint isn’t taking the acclaim for granted. Keen to entice more customers as well as indulge their regulars, we heard that the Anamnagar branch of the restaurant had just recently added a few new items to their menu.
KATHMANDU, June30: Dish Home has opened its 14th service center in Charikot of Baglung. The new service center was inaugurated by Dish Home's Deputy General Manager Kalyan Adhikari and Manager Sabin Maharjan.
KATHMANDU, June 25: Dish Media Network Pvt Ltd (Dish Home), channel broadcaster and transmission service provider, renewed co-sponsorship deal with Nepal Sports Journalists Forum (NSJF) for the Pulsar Sports Award 2072 to be held on July 21 in Kathmandu.