One thing that we absolutely loved when we arrived at Kathmandu, Nepal was the variety of food. Once you have spent weeks eating Dal Baht (Traditional Nepalese Dish) while climbing to Mount Everest Base Camp or trekking around the Annapurna Region, it is heaven to be able to come back to Kathmandu and sample all the international cuisine.
We loved the food in Kathmandu.
We had been traveling Asia for 5 months when we arrived in Nepal and we looked forward to indulging in all types of food available in Thamel, the main tourist area of Kathmandu. We had heard that it had the most varied menu in Asia, and we sampled it all from Pizza and Pasta to Mexican and Thai. Coming from Canada, we are used to having variety and choice in our diets. We are a multicultural country and we seem to eat food from a different nationality almost every night.
This is not the case when we travel.
While Indian Food is good, we didn’t love eating it every day. Sri Lankan cuisine was a nice change, but after a month or so we had enough. Whenever we travel, we love the food at first, but no matter how much we enjoy it, our pallets tire of the same taste. Needless to say, when we saw all the different restaurants and types of food in Kathmandu, we definitely indulged.
Here is a list of the best places we found to eat at in Kathmandu.
1. Road House Café
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