A very generically Western place, more or less cozy (although the toilet is not for the faint of heart), and with friendly, helpful staff. However, we came there with rumbling stomachs to bite into a juicy, succulent steak, and left very disappointed. The steak turned out chewy, gamy and tangy to the extreme, and their "moussaka" was but a lump of unpalatable veggies sprinkled with cheese that stank halfway across the restaurant. And even though the sign says "cold beer", be prepared for bottled brews costing an extra 100-150 NPR—draft beers are non-existent around these parts, apparently.
The menu was written by someone who knew and loved the catering business, but we didn't get the impression the actual dishes live up to their descriptions. Another unpleasant surprise was the VAT that isn't included in the menu—you expect the 10% service tax, but another 13% comes as a bit of a surprise, especially since you pay it on the service tax as well.
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