Casa Pagoda Restaurant & Bar – Kathmandu, Nepal

We were in Patan and stopped at Casa Pagoda for lunch.  We liked it so much that we went back to lunch the next day!

The restaurant has an amazing view of Patan’s Durbar Square

Our guide helped us to order the less spicy version of Nepalese snacks….

I took a bite and it was toooooooo spicy… so the guide went to the kitchen and told the chef to remake all the dishes without any spices…

A collection of what we ate on the 1st and 2nd day:

Aalu Jeera.. Aalu is potato and Jeera is cumin seeds…. This was sooo good (sorta tasted like Spanish potato bravas) that we bought cumin seeds to make this at home!

Aalu Sandeko…The “sandeko” way of cooking uses tomatoes, garlic, fresh ginger, green chili…

Chicken Sandeko…..

Peanut Sandeko.. 

Buffalo momo.. Chinese-influenced dumplings!!! This was my first time eating buffalo and it tasted a lot like beef…

Buff Sekuwa…  BBQ and marinated in a blend of Himalayan herbs and spice)…. so good and it tasted like satay..

Choyela (fried buffalo)…very tender and juicy too!

FAIM? OUI OUI!!

Casa Pagoda Restaurant & Bar

Mangal Bazar, Patan Durbar Square

Tel: 5538980

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