Wordless Wednesday #18: Nepali appetizer


When I was in Kathmandu last year, our host, the Nepal Chapter of the International Association of Women in Radio and Television, hosted a welcome dinner for the delegates from the different IAWRT chapters all over Asia and Africa. The dinner was at the classy Krishnarpan Restaurant, located inside the beautifully-restored and luxurious Dwarika Hotel. Krishnarpan Restaurant serves the most delicious Nepali food in a very old-world Nepal setting. And they would even print your name in the menu (excellent for souvenir). Above is just the appetizer, Samaya Bajee, an assortment of food – lentils, potatoes, rice, etc. – usually served during religious ceremonies.

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12 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday #18: Nepali appetizer

  1. That looks like a yummy appetizer, LJ. I am not too keen on lentils but the rest seems very nice.Happy WW! Thank you for your visit and nice comment (BTW, does MacDonald’s deliver in Cambodia?)…

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