Hot pakoras, momos, steaming mugs of coffee...
My choice of snacks would be tongba and sukuti, and I would these oh-so-gracefully on a rainy day.
With the rain pattering on the lane and the wind swirling around, there would be nothing better than sitting in the verandah and devouring hot pakoras with tomato sauce.
On a rainy day, I like to lie comfortably on my sofa watching some horror movies enjoying foods like chowmein or macaroni, and sipping coffee or tea. I like to call some of my friends over, go out on the rooftop terrace and dance in the rain.
— Dipeesh Aggrawal
A rainy day munching on my favourite snack - it is an occasion not to be missed. My snack of choice would be bhuteko makai bhatmas (roasted soybeans and corn) and sandeko gundruk with lots of spices and chillies. A rainy day without a cup of hot tea is colourless. I enjoy drinking a cuppa sitting by my window and looking outside.
— Sushma Khatiwada, Peoples Dental College
I definitely have my favourite snack for a rainy day. My choice is that particular momo, found only in Tripureshwor, along with a cup of coffee. I was introduced to this momo almost 10 years ago by a dear friend of mine. I had not met her for seven long years until I bumped into her recently. On a rainy day, I would call her up, set a time to meet at that particular stall, order some momos and coffee, and reminisce over our good times.
— Dr Ujjwal Bikram Khadka, Jorpati
On a rainy day, I usually feel lazy and prefer to sit in a corner of my room and listen to the rain. I even watch the streets and garden from my window. I enjoy munching on hot pakoras with sweet tomato ketchup, or noodle soup with a cup of black tea.
— Nirupa Bhusal
I enjoy walking in the rain and getting my clothes and hair wet. It is even more enjoyable to sit in a small tea stall beside the road sipping of a glass of hot tea, warming my hands around the hot glass and watching other people getting wet in the rain.
— Priya Bandhu
I love eating chicken momo with tomato soup on a rainy. On such wet days, we make momo at home and have a lot of fun enjoying this delicious food together, laughing out when someone put a really hot momo into the mouth and has to take it out immediately.
— Suja Dulal
On a day when it’s raining, I like to prepare vegetable soups - at least two flavours - and serve those to the rest of my family members. I enjoy spending such a day with my grandparents eating fruits and listening to their tales.
— Sanat Aryal, Kirtipur
I love eating Newari dishes like bara and potato on rainy days, and also parantha with chatni. And coffee with my friends
— Ravi Maharjan
I think steamy hot momos, aloo paranthas would be the best choices for a rainy day snack. And being able enjoy those bundled in a cozy quilt would be awesome.
Steaming coffee on a rainy day with someone special in a cozy restaurant.
— Pradeep Acharya
During rainy days, I love to have the coldest icecream lying under the quilt and watching my favourite cartoons. I also love to have chatpate, pickle, titaura, pakoras with sauce and panipuri.
— Sobita Khadka
I would like nothing better than pulling on my cigarette with a cup of coffee.
What would be better than getting wet in the rain? Nothing trumps that, but reading a good novel sitting by the window, sipping on a cup of good coffee wouldn’t be bad either.
— Rakesh Pradhan
My choice is to eat crunchy snacks like Kurkure or chips or noodles with soft drinks, while sitting near the window and looking outside.
One of my favourite things to do on a rainy day is enjoy a piece of pastry with a steaming mug of coffee in a café. I enjoy biting into the pastry listening to soothing music and watching the acts of people on the wet roads.
— Yogendra Shreshta
When I am at my home, I would love to enjoy the rain sitting in an armchair on the porch with a cup of tea on the table by my side and my note pad and pen to jot down anything or even sketch the beauty in front of my eyes. Otherwise I enjoy walking without my umbrella to a cafe by the road, order tea or coffee and just stare and stare at the rain - on the road and over the sky.
I love to have hot pakoras with hot tea on roadside stalls at with the street vendors’.
— Dhanu Shrestha
I love rainy season, and I love eating momos. I love eating hot-hot momos with chilled tomato sauce with different spices. The momos at Basantapur area are delicious in the rainy season.
— Bivek Dhakal, Kupondole
I would love to enjoy my coffee with bara.
— Mohan Narshingh Shrestha, Kunpondole
The special thing about rainy days is that you get time to spend with your family. I enjoy all the hot stuff - tea, coffee and soup - with my parents. When I am alone, I love sipping cold drinks with hot pokoras.
— Kes Bahadur Pun, Simpan
I love eating chrunchy chips along with fruit juice during the rainy season. It helps me overcome boredom and makes me refreshed and recharged.
— Ambika Pandey,
A mug of hot coffee and drinking it to the dregs would be my choice while gazing on the streets below.
— Wreena Maharjan, Kathmandu
I love sitting at home, watching the rain through the window, sipping on a steaming mug of health drink or coffee or tea, or a bowl of hot noodle soup. When I am with my friends, I like to munch on popcorn and spicy potato chips while watching people walking in the rain.
— Sumnima Khatri
I like to eat home-made momo on a rainy day with my family and watch movie at home. I also love to eat puri tarkari.
— Arpan Bhandari