Hearty Pork Chops at Coffee, Tea & Me
A few things everyone should know about the sapu-mhichha at Amit Restaurant and Bhojanalaya
Burger Shop, at Chhetrapati, makes some of the most sought-after rolls in the neighbourhood, and their chicken variation tastes the best.
M&S VMAG heads to a classic sekuwa restaurant to try out their classics.
The Gautam Mithai Bhandar makes for the perfect pit stop if you are riding east along Arniko Highway
While we tend to associate mostly with American fast food, churros come as a welcome change at Shavi’s where they exclusively serve German quick bites.
This modest eatery is actually a carnivore’s den, all thanks to its traditional and household recipes of ‘Dharane Pork’.
Jeet Gopal Shrestha, the owner of a modest eatery in eastern Bhaktapur has been churning out the perfect choila for more than two decades.
We seek a local, modest culinary experience at the other Honacha, in the heart of Patan.
With their unique take on momos, distinct serving style and multiple chain outlets in the city, Bota Simply Momo is taking the momo scene in Kathmandu by storm.
Every day, Mama doles out endless cups of tea, along with nuggets of wisdom and lots of good energy, to his large crowd of regulars
Chatamari – a flat baked bread made out of a rice flour batter with no fat or oil, there’s no mystery about this traditional Newari bread – prepared the right way, this is a simple, readily-made food with endless possibilities in terms of taste.
M&S VMAG ventured into the wild side of Newari cuisine in Bhaktapur with friendly eatery owner Rabi Dai
M&S VMAG hunt down Seekh kebab at Thamel, and also end up eating a few Gulab-Jamuns while we were at it.
Tomorrow marks the first day of Magh, an auspicious day for many Nepalis which they celebrate with rituals and food. So, we decided to find out where the foods of this day come from, particularly Chaaku.
M&S VMAG strolled into White Zhambala, a Tibetan restaurant, quite near to Kriong Samdoling Monastary, which also serves popular Chinese grub. Read on to find out just what we decided to stuff ourselves with.
This week M&S HUNGER HUNT went to Bulal in Gwarko to stuff ourselves with some Newari-style sausages, mushroom choila and some ‘Hyanguthon’ or red chyaang. Bet you didn’t know about that one!!
If you truly want to eat local, you have to learn to follow your nose into the uncharted world of local, hard-to-find eateries, like Bulal, with its own horde of returning patrons, located at the inner part of Gwarko, right outside Patan, where they serve rare Newari snacks and beverages.
We made our way to Khichhapokhari in New Road, dodged pavement full of people, waited in line i front of this famous chaat stall in front of Peoples Plaza to munch on dahi puri and alu tikki chaats.
Sekuwas are more than just irresistible grilled meat found in local joints and on street carts, and definitely much more than just Nepali take on western culture of barbecuing.
With the Yomari-punhi fast approaching, M&S VMAG went to eat Yomaris at The Village Cafe run by local women of Khokana and supported by SABAH Nepal.