I went here with my husband in March, and had a relaxed and enjoyable my visit. We both liked the hot lemon and honey drink, as breathing too deeply in the congested city streets of Kathmandu can play havoc with your throat! The momos were good too, but best of all was the competent and friendly service. I use New Zealand Sign language, which is vastly different than Nepali sign, but I was still able to communicate with the lovely waitress even if it was mostly the 'universal sign' of gesture. In a country where it is hard for anyone to find good employment, it was good to see a place that intentionally employs deaf and hearing impaired employees.
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