Where: Sandwich Point, Thamel
Flavours: Salmon, Bacon, Tuna,
Price: Rs 160 to Rs 360
Hours: 7 am to 2 am
Mediterranean cuisine might be new to Kathmandu but it is a taste that the city has quickly fallen in love with. Chick N’ Falafel at Thamel does not have the options that restaurants like OR2K and Taaza have on offer but you can be assured that every meal here is delicious and filling. The tiny store offers Veg and Chicken Falafel as dining options, both of which are served with copious amounts of Mediterranean salad. Don’t forget to ask for some extra Tahini while you’re at it!
Where: Chick N’ Falafel
Flavours: Vegetable and Chicken
Price: RS 225
Hours: 11:30 am to 11:30 pm
Located in the resurgent Freak Street in Basantapur, Takoyaki Solo has been open for just a month but it is already creating a name for itself. Don’t be fooled by the minimal options—the eatery serves just two varieties of cheese balls—you’re in for an explosion of flavours. If you’re in two minds about which among the octopus or veggie Takoyaki to get, just opt for their combo option—you’re bound to rush in for seconds.
Where: Japanese Takoyaki Solo
Flavours: Octopus and Vegetarian
Price: Rs 60 to Rs 240
Hours: 10 am to 9 pm
Sushi and its cousin Kimbab have already established themselves as ‘hip’ cuisines to try out in Kathmandu. But of late, with several tiny takeout joints opening across the city, the Kimbab has rightly become not just a dine-in novelty but one of the best options to grab on the go. Feeling adventurous? Ask for the Kimbab roll whole and munch on your new Sushi-burrito to your next meeting. You’re welcome!
Where: Korean Kimbab House
Flavours: Tuna, Chicken and Vegetarian
Price: Rs 250 to Rs 300
Hours: 9 am to 8 pm
Text: alisha Sijapati & Photos: Sanjog ManandharPublished: 2018-08-15 08:36:10