Enjoyed touring the establishments offering falafel's and this place certainly rates highly. From conversation with the owner I am of the understanding he is from Turkey, studied in Germany and has been running his restaurant for 20+ years in Pokhara. The menu is extensive to say the least. I dined there on multiple occasions, though only once when the full menu was available, the other two times was a restricted menu due to the gas shortage. Each time was in a group and no one ever left hungry or disappointed with their meal. I certainly recommend the complete falafel set.
I seriously love this place ! The food is incredibly cheap but large portions and great tasting and quality . The owner is always so welcoming and ready to answer any questions ( the menu is huge). The staff are also helpful as well. Please don't miss this gem of a place in Pokhara!
Well priced, excellent food. The service and atmosphere is amazing. A great night had by all. Enjoy.
We went to Merhaba Kebap House for dinner. We took the second floor to stay as it had better view of lake. We had choice to sit on chairs or on the floor, either is good. The restaurant does not have much decoration to make u feel like a Turkish setting. Hospitality was warm. The attendant explained us about food and eased us to choose food, however we felt more description, about food, in menu would have been better. Service was quick, with complementary bread and paste. Food tasted better than most other restaurants in Pokhara, however it lacked presentation. Except "Iskander Kabab" one should try drinks in this restaurant. Hot or cold, they make really good drinks. "Ginger - Honey - Lemon - Tea" was great. Price was the best part. They don't charge you for service, ie. 10% of total amount. This is one of the few restaurants in Pokhara which does that. They have written well in their menu : " It's a home away form home." The restaurant has good flow of people and mostly people are happy with price followed by food.