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.
We wanted to save you the trouble of having to eat those barely exciting, needlessly spicy and ridiculously oily spaghetti. So, we went to Boudha, where a local eatery serves delicious and gratifying spaghetti in a way like you have never seen before.
Perhaps the one of the most famous momo outlets in all of Kathmandu, Narayan dai ko Mashangalli momo at gaushala serves what could be the greatest fast food indulgence of the whole city — the momos.
Go to Bhaktapur for… the Bara? Absolutely. In the town of Pagodas, palaces and yellow brick roads, one old and famous Newari joint serves baras with a unmistakably delicious, soulful taste.
Here are some Syrian grub at surprisingly inexpensive rates for your over-exhausted Nepali palates
M&S VMAG tastes the Pokhareli -style, firewood pizza baked in brick-oven at Pokhara Pizza House in Dhumbarahi.
M&S VMAG drives through busy traffic, bumpy roads and dusty air to sample some of the famous Piro Aaloo at Kalanki.
Choilas by default are prepared from buffalo meat. But there is a place in Dhobighat where Shyam dai, the owner, prepares it from duck meat. And, he’s been doing that for past 24 years.
Hyderabad House at Bhatbhateni, Naxal serves some of the best-cooked, gorgeous looking Hyderabadi biryanis in town. M&S VMAG dropped by the biryani-hub to kill our hunger. Watch the video.
The “bhuteko and a-chiura” at Bhuju ko bhatti at Gabahal, Patan is fast, plentiful and inexpensive (Rs. 70). But those are not the only reasons why this simple household grub works as a popular late afternoon snack. Bhauju ko anda-chiura also gives you a good taste and a bit of childhood nostalgia. Order a cup of local tea on the side, and you have a perfect Nepali combination.
There’s no better way to sample most of the traditional and authentic Newari flavours at a single sitting than by feasting of the customary Newari Bhoye at Newa Lahana in the ancient town of Kirtipur.
This week M&S HUNGER HUNT went to the beautiful, ancient Newar city of Bhaktapur to try out the famous Juju Dhau (King yogurt) and Kulfi. Check out the video.
M&S Hunger Hunt takes a short road trip to Raniban through Balaju Bypass for these amazing fire-roasted eggs. And, we met the even more amazing “Aji” who roasts them.
M&S VMAG dropped by Grill Me at Jhamsikhel to taste their famous Choco Lava Cake.
This week M&S VMAG visits Boudha to try out the famous Tibetan street food — Laphing.
On the second episode of M&S Hunger Hunt, they head out to beautiful Kakani for some farm-to- table Rainbow Trouts.
On the first episode of the HUNGER HUNT, Oshin finds her way to the Hygienic Panipuri at Mangalbazar, Patan right next to the Ganesh Mandir.