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Archive for March, 2011

 

Hungry eye – Black Pepper

For me, Jhamel arrived not when St. Mary’s Lane was overwhelmed by the attack of the restobar clones. It happened when trendy Black Pepper Cafe & Pub opened shop just around the corner from my phuphu’s dowdy residence, joining the lane hitherto dominated by local stalwarts Greenwich and Summit. It’s clear Black Pepper is serious […]


Hungry eye – Cafe Cheeno

Café Cheeno announced itself to Patan Dhoka a couple of years back, and despite the attractive brick façade emergent on the corner with Krishnagalli, the first thought that passed through my mind in those Sisdolean days was, “Trust a Nepali restaurant to spring up next to a festering pile of garbage.” Garbage isn’t so much […]


Hungry eye – Bu keba

Riding Kathmandu’s organic bump is Sanepa’s Bú Kebá, and if you imagine that means a convenient marriage of the rustic and the comfy for the expatriate crowd, you’re half there. Bú Kebá is all thatched roofs and wooden platforms for semi-alfresco seating shaded by translucent white curtains, but the clientele is surprisingly diverse. Perhaps this […]


 

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