If you want to taste local or Nepalese flavors, this is not the place you want to go. But it is also a great place to sit, observe others on the terrace, or relax on the large, filled sofa.
This cafe has a very good environment. On the second floor of an old Nepalese house, you can see the temple by opening the window. The restaurant is comfortably furnished, with many books and magazines. It's very comfortable to have coffee and chat here.
The food is very good and the taste is very good.
When we went, we didn’t know that there was such a shop, but there were many locals drinking coffee in this cafe. I asked the people who came out and I felt that the reputation was pretty good. I could order a cup of coffee and sit on the balcony. With the flow of people, this feeling is really great. You can also take a rest. It is quite tiring after a long walk. It is a good place to rest. . . The coffee here is freshly ground. It's not bad, like one! And the service attitude is really good, the price is also cheap, for those who travel here, it is a very good choice, give this shop a thumbs up! I will go to this shop next time I travel here. Haha
A very distinctive cafe that both locals and tourists like to visit. Also sells baked goods. It is said that the coffee shop is owned by Nepal. It is very pleasant to sit lazily on the second floor for an afternoon and watch the crowds on Tamil Street.
Located on the upper floor of the bakery cafe, it is a cafe that is very popular among foreign tourists and locals. If you like coffee, don’t miss this one. On the spacious balcony, you can overlook the bustling crowds of Tamer District.