From your own Bhanchha Ghar


If there is one place in town, which offers you the most luscious and authentic Nepali cuisine, then it has to be Bhanchha Ghar. The first Nepali restaurant of its kind in Nepal, which brings you the best in Nepali cuisine in an unmatched ambience and a setting that is truly Nepali, Bhanchha Ghar have spared no efforts in making their menu the distinct — an exotic selection of spiced meats and delectable vegetarian dishes prepared with sumptuous Newari sauce, accompanied by their own house blends of raksi.

Bhanchha Ghar has been participating in THT food festival since its inception and has received some amazing response from the foodies of the city. This time around the menu would have momos (chicken/vegetable), chhwela (chicken/mushroom), mas ko bara, aaloo tareko served with chewra and achar.

For the momo-fanatics, it will be a juicy treat with steamed and chilli momo delights (minced chicken mixed with spices wrapped in dough and steamed). "The vegetable momos are going to be different and really tasty with the filling made of cheese, garlic and chilli," informed Dinesh Thapa, manager of Bhanchha Ghar adding, "Our meat items are also unique as we use only the meat from the breast and thigh to make sure our customers get the yummiest delights."

Other than the momos, the traditional Newari chhwela, which is smoked chicken or mutton preparation marinated in spices and served cold, are sure to make you drool while they melt in your mouth. "The mushroom chhwelas were a very popular dish in the last festival, and this time too we are expecting a similar response. We also make sure our food is hygienically cooked and the spices we use are all made by us," said Thapa.

The mas ko bara (dough made from black lentil and fried in a lightly oiled pan) and aaloo tareko (boiled potatoes marinated in spices and a dash of mustard) are also going to be amazing combinations to tease your taste buds.

So, if you prefer your own Nepali khana to other stuff, visit this stall and gorge on the yummies.