One of our favorite places to eat in Kathmandu was Nepali Chulo. We made sure every volunteer group that visited us experienced it. For $7, you got a 13-course dinner that included folk dances and raksi on fire.
The food was always so good that I stopped taking pictures once I was served. These were taken on Roy’s birthday. The Klines and the Forbes spent the day shopping, had dinner at the Chulo and pampered ourselves with a night at the Soaltee Crowne Plaza.
Feature image by Tiago Rosado on Unsplash
1 thought on “remembering those 13-course meals”
We have a restaurant run by Nepalis just three minutes drive from our place and the food is fabulous. Great people, great food!