is basic, but sufficient. All the guest houses have their own restaurants serving
the usual line-up, and there are plenty of cheap bhojanalaya (Restaurants) west
of Durbar Square and around the bus park. If nothing else, you can always load
up on thick, sweet yoghurt, available by the clay pot or glass from local stalls
at a fraction of the price charged in tourist restaurants.
Restaurant, its a centerally located in the heart of city with the front view
of Nataplo Temple where you have have mouth watering and delecious foods in reasonable
Bhaktapur Gate Restaurant,
adjacent to Golden Gate Guest House. Not much atmosphere, but it serves palatable
kothe and other pasta dishes.
Cafe de Peacock, in a former
math overlooking Dattatraya Square. You can't beat the surroundings, but it's
overpriced for what amounts to fairly primitive tourist grub.
Nyatapola, in a former temple in the middle of Taumadhi Tol. Another place
with a great location and middling food.
west end of
Durbar Square. Popular with daytrippers and tour groups and consequently overpriced,
but the food (especially the Indian) is competent.
Polo Restaurant, overlooking Taumadhi Tol. Enjoy the view over a cup of tea
or a bowl of curd -but steer well clear of the food.
Restaurant, just north of the Nyatapola. Serviceable Western, Nepali, Indian
and Tibetan food. Rooftop seating with an up-close view of the Nyatapola.
cafe, in Shiva Guest House overlooking Durbar Square. Unexciting tourist menu.
It isn't actually on the roof, although it commands a fine vantage of the square.
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