I was hesitant at first. Have a steak in Kathmandu. But this place has suprised me with the quality its got. Prices are coresponding to that though.
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Full of Europeans only, no locals. Service polite but slow and chaotic. Steaks poor in my view, looked and tasted like flank steak. Chips soggy but real potato. Expensive for what it was. Bottle of local beer $7.50 including tax and service.
we expected a reasonable steak, but got a tough slice of meat (240-280gr) it was hard to chew, and the sauce was defnitly not as described. the peper mushroom sauce lacked both, and the butter sauce with 26 spices seemed a bluff. couldnt taste any...More
K-Too is located in the heart of Thamel but easy to miss. We sat in the garden area which is pleasant but a little dark at night. The menu is extensive with local and western dishes. The problem is that the setting does not warrent...More
Almost walked out due to super loud crap music from nextdoor Buddha Bar. Can go uostairs inside where less noisy and nice rustic feel. Stayed for the meat, nice tasty burger, nice vegie Jain meal made to specs. Diligent service, good choice of drinks. Not...More
I really don't understand how this restaurant is recommended by Lonely Planet! It was deserted, overpriced and dirty! The food took forever to come and the waiters seem more concerned in trying to peddle their overpriced mediocre alcohol than taking your actual order. We were...More
Bad food with even worse service. We went to this restaurant thinking as it was sister restaurant to Kilroys it would be good (Kilroys is now closed). Myself and my partner sat down to a very disapproving face by our waiter when we only ordered...More
We had a burger lunch today in their nice garden. The food was nothing special compared to other places in Kathmandu, leaving the prices too high. The burgers contained human hairs and tendons which compromised our further eating fun. The staff was not able to...More