If you wish. The private dining rooms are quite nice. Either floor seating on cushions (upstairs) or low seats (downstairs). Wood, cushions, gauze-like curtains... Nice. Though you probably need a reservation or to arrive early to snag one.
Had the spinach and paneer ravioli tonight. Very nice. Hearty. Cooked exactly right. Nice "farmers" (tomato-based) sauce. The garlic bread was covered in fresh garlic. Dark bread, quite yummy.
Friend had the pesto spaghetti. It was supposed to come with toasted walnuts on top. She had to ask for the walnuts and then they arrived untoasted (but quickly). The spaghetti appears home-made.
Had a capirinha (made with rum, so not REALLY a capirinha). But it was certainly passable. My friend had the mojito. Quite decent, though not the best in Kathmandu.
I had 2 capirinhas, the ravioli, and the garlic bread for about 1350 NPR (Roughly $15 USD).
All in all, a nice visit. I'd certainly return. (And I will!)
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