Gyapu Online Market Place introduces its G- Bar service

9th Jul, 2020 | Tourism Mail Crew

KATHMANDU, July 09: Nepali e-commerce company Gyapu Market Place (, which came into service during lockdown, has brought G-Bar into operation. Alcohol and prepared meals will be delivered round the clock under G-Bar.

Gyanendra Khadka, Founder of Gyapu Marketplace, says that the virtual bar has been brought into operation to serve the customers when the bar and restaurant are closed due to lockdown. Khadka informed that the service of G-Bar will be available seven days a week and 24 hours a day. Khadka said that the delivery will be done within an hour of the customer's order.

G-Bar is a virtual bar, where customers can find menus at home and order the items they need directly from For convenience, customers can order through chat on Facebook page and also by calling 9801855549 or WhatsApp. Khadka said that the goods under G-Bar will be delivered to the house within an hour.

Khadka said that a shopping voucher worth Rs. 200 will be provided to all customers who purchase more than Rs. 1,200 on 9th and 10th July. Various brands of alcohol, soft drinks, cocktails, mocktails, hookahs as well as ready-to-eat snacks will be available with  sukuti fry, buff, chicken chilly, fried rice, peanut butter, said Khadka. Khadka claims that Gyapu Marketplace has managed to deliver more than 15,000 items from door to door within 90 days of its launch. At present, more than 7,000 items can be easily purchased online and more than 500 new items are being added every day, Khadka said.

The company, which has managed to employ more than three dozen people in a short period of time, has directly collaborated with various companies and large suppliers. Stating that the goods will be paid to the vendor within 3 to 5 days of the sale, Khadka said that the goods will be delivered free of cost and attractive offers have been brought.

Customers can pay for the goods through PhonePay, Connect IPS, e-service, Khalti, PrabhuPay, IME Pay and swipe any debit or credit card from around the world at the time of delivery. Customers can also pay cash at the time of delivery.