Oliver Margry Reveals Travel Secrets from Kathmandu
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Where is your city?
What’s the cheapest way to enjoy this city at night?
The best and cheapest way to enjoy Kathmandu at night is by rickshaw, the price is negotiable at around £5, it’s fun and not too touristy, locals also travel the city in them. Your own driver will pedal away while you enjoy the space for two at the back, feel free to hop on and off to see the street stalls, markets, or shops and pay at the end.
What’s your favorite restaurant here? What’s so special about it?
My favourite restaurant is a tricky one, there are so many to choose from, the food scene in Kathmandu is thriving and has never been so good! The Roadhouse Cafe serves Italian Illy coffee and delicious Italian food. Fresh wood-oven pizzas with hot chillies on the side as well as delicious deserts. The open kitchen is entertaining, a quiet courtyard in the back of the restaurant gives a relaxing escape from Kathmandu.
What’s your favorite thing to do on a warm Sunday morning in this city?
A warm Sunday morning means a trip to the Farmers Market. Local producers and an array of ex-pats, French, Italian, German, Dutch, Korean, purvey delicious locally grown and sourced products. I usually meet friends for an alfresco breakfast.
What were some of the hidden gems in that city? Why?
My hidden gems are the terrace of Helena’s restaurant, the tallest in Thamel provides a glorious view over the city. The Garden of Dreams is a beautiful classical garden in the heart of the city, a lush oasis cut off from the world by high thick walls.
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