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This family run restaurant serves authentic Nepali food (vegetarian and non-vegetarian). I enjoyed the delicious home-cooked meals here during my 2 nights stay at Travellers jungle camp and not forgetting the Gorkha beer. A pleasant place and reasonably priced. Friendly and helpful restaurant owner.
Favorite Dish: Nepali meal served with curd, curry chicken and fried vegetable nuggets. yummy...
Updated Apr 12, 2009
Address: Few houses away from River View jungle camp
The camp have a great restaurant there.
Anyone can turn up and eat in the restaurant between about 12pm and 2.30pm for lunch.
Not sure on the cost to be honest, as i was staying there for several days and so was eating there anyway.
Food is a combination of all sorts of things from mainly local meals, then some Indian and Chinese style dishes, to western style dishes and even a barbecue one night.
Food preparation and presentation was superb! Flavours were excellent too!
Lunches consisted of 3 courses, usually a soup and freshly baked bread first. The camp has its own bakery so the bread is all fresh out of the oven. In the time i was there we had vegetable, tomato, mushroom and even some kind of 'egg drop noodle' soup.
Main meals after that are then served and are excellent! Anything from local curries and rice to western style Southern fried chicken and chips.
Lunch finishes with a dessert. Rice puddings, fruit salads, creme caramel and other delicious morsels.
Tea and coffee to finish.
The camp has a bar aswell with a large terrace area where you can sit and have a drink while looking out over the jungle.
Everything is prepared fresh on the day there.
Once you have eaten your lunch, it's a good place to have a walk along the the river and work off some of the food just eaten, and you may even see some of the wildlife at the same time.
All in all an excellent place to eat.
Favorite Dish: I personally loved the mixed vegetable and the tomato soups for starters. The flavours were lovely.
The breads there are fantastic! So soft and tasty!
The barbecue was my favourite meal. The flavours off the grilled foods were ecellent and the buffet to go with it was great aswell.
Did have some lovely kind of sweet and sour pork slices for one meal, they were nice too!
Updated Dec 11, 2008
Address: Just outside Sauraha village.
There is awhole range of restaurants and riverside pubs at Sauraha, and most of them are passable and better than that. Some restaruants in the Sauraha streets are connected to Kathmandu restaurants and feature the same concepts, but lacking somewhat in style. Sauraha is very laidback. Sauraha is so small that you can easily stroll around and make your pick without undue prejudiced warnings or recommedations. However, do try some local Nepalese Terai/Tharu style food if you can get it. Fish should be good and fresh here.
Favorite Dish: Curried fish from local ponds and streams.
Written Jun 11, 2006
If you're unclucky and get stuck at Bharatpur airport near Narayanghat in Chitwan you can seek refugee in one of the small restaurants along the road. Exit the airport gate, and cross the Mahendra Highway and walk left along the side of the road. There are a few hole-in-the-wall restaurants here that can feed you until the next flight.
Favorite Dish: The kitchens here serve very good local food. In such situations I normally ask for instant noodles with veggies and maybe meat thrown into it. Excellent!
Here they had cold softdrinks and beer as well.
Quite clean and neat.
A double noodle soup with extras and a sprite came to 45 rs.
Updated Jun 10, 2004
Generally, the food served in these resort and hotels geared toward the Chitwan wildlife viewers is abland mix of local and western food.
The quality is good, but sometimes missing something when it comes to taste - blandness is understood as the way visitors want it.
Favorite Dish: The staff is treated well at most of these places and I therefore sometimes ask to have the same daal bhat as the staff gets served. This daal bhat can be the best you will ever get in Nepal, and the staff will be confused but pleased.
The staff always teams up kindly with the cook!
Written May 9, 2004