its a good restaurant with very nice all round view... food is good .. i spent around 2-3 hours here drinking beer and lunch
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The greatest perk of the restuarant is a beatufiul view on the Taumadhi square. The food is good, although a bit pricey.
This place has the worst food I hav ever tasted in Bhaktapur.. You can get way better food in half the price listed there anywhere else.. They surely know how to make a simple food in the worst way that tastes terrible.. I suggest you...More
Cafe Nyatapola is an old temple-like structure now turned into a cafe. It has outside seating giving a full rounded view of the square. It stands right opposite the Nyatapola temple, which is the tallest temple in Bhaktapur. It is the best location to have...More
This restaurant has the best views of Bhaktapur's Taumadi Square of any of the restaurants around - and its in a historic structure. Yes, the food is just ok and is overpriced - but you're a tourist and the view is worth it. Just get...More
This is one of the more unique restaurants I have ever been to. The structure is ornate and historic, just like the temples and the square around it. The views from the top terrace are amazing. The food quality didn't impress however. To be frank...More
Stumbled across this spot on our first morning in Bhaktapur. Loved sitting on the too balcony watching the square come to life below. Spent a good hour here watching stores open up and families play. Really overpriced for tea and a cold drink so we...More
The rooftop terrace overlooking Taumadhi Durbar is pretty impressive. The menu is pretty limited (which makes sense -kitchen is pretty small) and it is expensive by Nepali standards. The Nepali set menu (dal bhat set) is pretty good though.
Actually we wanted to go to another place so we came here by accident. They have a great roof top terrace. Menue is good and offers the typical range (nothing special) of dishes in Nepal. Service was motivated and the quality of the food was...More
This place is absolutely smack dad in the middle of everything. You cannot miss it. Right across from one of the most popular temples, Nyatapola. We grabbed a very quick late lunch, before we had to leave, and there was no problem with seating. But...More