After months of closure, Bricks reopened a few days ago, better than ever. I have been a few times before the earthquake, so it was great to see that not only did the building look as good as ever, the owners had taken the opportunity to add a nice sun-deck behind, so keeping the integrity of this lovely old building. I had a lovely meal of grilled trout. As always, the service was excellent and it was very nice to see the place back on its feet again.
Bricks café has one of the best, warm, feel-good ambiences in Kathmandu valley. The waiters are sweet and are there to attend to you. BUT, it won't always make up for the not so good food, definitely disappointing drinks and expensive prices. I mean if I am paying a good amount I expect fine dining. I expect good food that won't give me a tummy ache next day. The cocktails are twice as expensive and half as good as what you drink anywhere else in the vicinity. Also, the restrooms were dirty. I think it's a pity given the beauty of the interior that reflects Kathmandu's historic architecture so well. Dear Team, I hope you take this as a constructive criticism.