Blazing love

November 29, 2019 18:52 pm

Bitter taste of love forced down my throat It hurts like thorns; hurts like never before For it didn’t only pass my lungs Blocking, suffocating, and more

Marriott Hotel, Kathmandu is all set to serve Arabian cuisines for a week. The event ‘Arabian Souk’ is scheduled from November 9 to November 16.

The taste of fine chocolate

May 3, 2019 10:00 am

Who doesn’t love chocolates? And, of late, there have been quite a few locally owned businesses that manufacture really good quality chocolates that can rival international brands. Shreistee Adhikari, one of the founders and manufacturers of Ecstasy Chocolates, says that they focus on great taste and smooth quality while making chocolates and claims that a taste of their chocolate will have chocoholics hooked to it.

A taste of the best

January 11, 2019 11:33 am

The choices to eat out are aplenty in Kathmandu with a restaurant or café at almost every corner of the street. But fine dining isn’t an option at a lot of these places. Chimes Restaurant at Sanepa, Lalitpur, caters to this need as well which is what makes it slightly different from all the various eateries out there.

Stimulating taste bud with authenticity

December 31, 2018 18:23 pm

After a brief walk from old Baneshwor, there is a small, cozy, and a perfectly decorated restaurant named ‘Michael Grills’. The eatery serves authentic Nepali cuisines among visitors. The restaurant was established on April, 2018. Only within a few months of its establishment, the restaurant has already created a buzz among youngsters.

Reinventing the taste

April 29, 2018 10:24 am

While coming from New Road to Basantapur Durbar Square, you can see a lane full of shutters and eateries. Among them, outside one particular shutter, you can see people waiting their turns to taste Newari delicacies. Lunch N’ Munch since June last year has been a loved place to be for many youngsters who crave for authentic yet contemporized Nepali food items.

The Kathmandu Art Fair; Art for Society has kicked off from March 3 at Rastriya Nachaghar, Jamal. A total of 117 artworks, including paintings, sculptures, prints, traditional paintings, installation arts, performance arts and photographs, among others, have been put on display at the fair.

Well-balanced taste

February 24, 2018 10:40 am

KATHMANDU, Feb 24: On the ground floor of Central Business Park is a relatively small but cozy space, Kaffee Codes, where one can enjoy delicious delicacies in an affordable price.

Taste of tradition at Matka Café

February 6, 2018 11:36 am

The recently launched Matka Café at Naya Baneshwor, Thapagaun has become one of the hangout hotspots among the youngsters for its warm ambience and special tea.

Hidden in a secluded corner within Narsingha Chowk, ShaVi’s Fries offers a little glimpse of hipster Berlin in the labyrinth that is Thamel. You are welcomed into an aesthetically pleasing little joint that is brightly lit regardless of the use of black mesh curtains and birchwood steps–the two being a reoccurring theme throughout the restaurant. Shavi’s Fries is a type of place you come to hang out with your friends when you’re in Thamel and you want a break from the usually crowded restaurants. You’ll definitely leave the place with Instagram worthy pictures and a love for sauces. Check out the dishes available here.

Why our taste for music differs

April 23, 2017 23:10 pm

KATHMANDU, April 23: People’s taste in music has been evolving over time. From classical music to hip-hop to pop/rock, people have been prioritizing different genres of music throughout their generations. Today’s modern music seems to be leaning more towards pop, EDM and hip-pop.

LONDON, Jan 5: While the FA Cup's third round was always littered with unfamiliar names, these days they often play for the big teams as well.