You can't beat "street food" when it's done well and our Choyela is an authentic Kathmandu street food recipe as well as a firm traditional favourite with the people of Nepal.
Renowned Chef Suresh Giri is considered to be a rising star amongst the "new wave" of modern Nepali cooks taking inspiration from traditional Nepali cuisine and elevating dishes to a fine dining level.
Our latest Nepal Food Recipe comes from the "Kingdom of the Bengal Tiger" and the Tharu village of Bacchauli next to Chitwan National Park and home to Mr.& Mrs. Chaudhary.
This Nepal food recipe is the creation of our own chefs from the Old Inn at Bandipur using typical Nepali spices and ingredients and the name itself loosely means "Spicy Bandipur Farmer", so is a "tongue in cheek" play on the British "Ploughman's Lunch" Nepali style of course!
Here, we've added additional ingredients to "elevate" the dish with big, bold flavours.
So, you'll find variations of our latest Nepal Food recipe Piro Aloo in many of the highest settled valleys of the Nepal Himalaya and the arid lands of Mustang on the Tibetan plateau and nowadays elsewhere in Nepal too.
Our latest Nepal Food Recipe is Chef Shree Ram's Famous Farm Thali and from the dreamy hill village of Nuwakot.
If there’s a secret ingredient to this traditional Nepal food recipe of Sukuti Sandheko then we reckon it must be “love”
If you're thinking of visiting Nepal or Bhutan (or even combining both) and want your visit to be both exclusive to you and your party alone, why not get in touch with us (without obligation) and we'll help plan a visit that's all about what you like.
Top Gear sets out on perhaps its toughest road trip ever - a high-altitude voyage from Kathmandu, capital of Nepal, to the Forbidden City of Lo Manthang, a secretive kingdom perched high on the Tibetan plateau, on the far side of the Himalayas. It is a five-day expedition through the highest mountains, deepest gorges and harshest terrain on the planet.
On their journey, the Top Gear presenters battle river crossings, mudslides and dizzying mountain passes on a trip that would test even the hardiest new 4x4s on the planet to the limit. But Paddy, Freddie and Chris aren’t crossing the Himalayas in new 4x4s. They are crossing the Himalayas in a very small old Peugeot, a very small old Renault and Nepal’s first (and only) home-built car.