Indian food restaurant starts operation at Lakeside
7th Jan, 2018 | Tourism Mail Crew
POKHARA, Jan 07: The flow of Indian tourists has been very high in Nepal in recent times. A restaurant named Desi Tadka has started operated in Lakeside, Pokhara to attract Indian, Nepali and other foreigners through new cuisines with a different taste.
The restaurant has been serving Indian cuisines like Dosa, Panipuri, Kabab, Dahipuri and many other continental as well as combo dishes in the heart of the tourism destination of Pokhara i.e the Lakeside for about 4 months now. This restaurant uses halal meat for all types of non-vegetarian food items as they believe that this kind of meat is good for health.
The restaurant is operated by Puran Sapkota, Asun Gurung, Prabin Dhale and Ashesh Shakya. The restaurant aims to provide hygienic and pure food items to the tourists to make their Pokhara trip memorable.