The day before breakfast, there is a Nepalese restaurant next to the hotel, Third Eye Restaurant Snow Lotus Restaurant, fascinated by the exotic music in the restaurant, deliberately returned tonight, with an e-book, music and books my love. The boss Aawaz is a singer, he plays the guitar well, ordered a Lhasa beer, and intoxicated with music...
good to eat. You must come to Nepal once! ! ! The service is great and the dishes are good. In addition, some of the beef is old and the fish steaks are average. You can try the local dishes. The average per capita is about Rs 1,000, which is a relatively high-end restaurant.
Good location, easy to find, a good place to have a meal after hanging out or shopping. The layout of the restaurant is full of atmosphere and the seats are comfortable. There are many choices of food. There are Italian, French, American or Indian dishes to choose from. The desserts are also rich in styles and delicious.
The shop was very well stocked, with large portions of vegetables and meats, and very satisfying to eat
The food is served quickly and the portions are large. We ate half a tandoori chicken (tandoori chicken), palak paneer (spinach curry with cheese), a naan (naan) and a garlic naan (the size of the naan is huge, we regret ordering two). After eating these foods and drinking two bottles of lassi, obviously we can't eat desserts anymore.
The dishes are very distinctive, and the dishes are very good.
On election day in Nepal, the martial law-like empty alleys did not even open the shops and restaurants. One day, finally, it became lively and went to the famous The Third Eye. The two-story restaurant was full. I was also eye-opening. Chicken and garlic naan are good. Kathmandu beer tastes refreshing and better than Everest [Beer]