It took 9 hours to drive from Geelong to Kathmandu. After I found the hotel, I was full of thoughts about eating meat. I saw New Orleans Cafe'' when I went out. There were bands, steaks, beer, that's it. The service attitude is very good and very patient. Steak must be half cooked! Steak must be half cooked! Steak must be half cooked! Because 7 minutes are cooked and can't bite.
Originally, my friend recommended another store, and it was too early to open, so I didn’t expect it to be a small surprise when I moved here. The steaks are delicious, not as good as they are, but among the steaks I have eaten in Nepal, this one is the best. The environment is very good, in a not deep alley, relatively quiet.
If you want to find a place to sit and have a drink, this is also a good choice, because the open-air area in the middle is very wide, and the restaurant is behind an alley, which is a bit quieter than the restaurant facing the main street.
I will never recommend this place to have a good dinner. The place is nice, the music good but the service and the food...no way!!! Waiters are arrogants and untrained.
The restaurant is located in the Tamil area, the environment is very good, the decoration is very Nepalese, there is an open-air courtyard, there are often some band performances. Mainly engaged in Western-style simple meals, beer, coffee, steak, etc., the taste is not bad.