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Paradise Garden Restaurant and Event: For an alfresco experience

Paradise Garden Restaurant and Event: For an alfresco experience
A sophisticated dining experience is more than just about food. Good service and a peaceful environment are equally important. That’s exactly what we got on our visit to Paradise Garden Restaurant and Event. This charming eatery in Gairidhara, Kathmandu, has both good food and a lovely ambience. Most of their seating areas are outdoors but they also have private rooms for large groups. The restaurant is lush with plants, the furnishings are cozy, and the warm lighting creates a pleasant atmosphere.  We recommend you start your meal with Momo Platter which is their signature dish. The platter includes a mix of 20 beautifully presented chaat, kothey, crispy fried kurkurey, gravy, tandoori, sadeko, steamed, and jhol momo. And it comes with three dips on the side. Every bite of the momo is satisfying. The filling is juicy and has a spicy and tangy flavor. It’s best to share this dish with a friend as the portion is quite big. It’s a bit expensive for 20 pieces but it’s worth the money.  Don’t miss out on trying Handi Biryani if you want to spice up your meal. I was excited by the dish’s presentation and the taste was equally good. In every spoonful, I could feel the burst of the spices they used. None of the flavors were overpowering though and the heat was well-balanced. It’s available in three options: mutton, chicken, and veg. I guarantee that when the biryani pot is empty, you will be left wanting more. 

Achari Mushroom Tikka is a good option for vegetarians. Mushroom is marinated with a blend of spices, which is then grilled, giving a smokey taste. It’s tender, juicy, and flavorful. If you’re not a big fan of mushrooms, this probably isn’t the best option for you. However, for me, this dish turned out to be my guilty pleasure, despite not liking mushrooms. Also, it’s the best dish to order if you have some alcoholic beverage on the side. It’s that kind of snack. 

Also try Veg Tongue Twister. The idea for this dish comes from the recipe of cheesy nachos. But the restaurant has replaced nachos with steamed savory potatoes which is equally good. The dish is spiced up with cheese toppings, and garnishes like spring onions, and lemon slices covered in melting sour cream, with salsa on the side. I did feel that the dish would have been even better had the potatoes been fried, but the version they served wasn’t bad either. They also have a bar that offers a wide range of drinks. My favorite was the Pink Fruit Punch. It’s refreshing, sweet, and has a hint of citrus. You can also try the Blue Lagoon Cocktail which is tangy and invigorating.  Anyone who has a thing for Indian, Mexican, and Nepali food should definitely visit this restaurant. The service is impeccable and the atmosphere is delightful. It’s a great option for any type of special celebration, whether it be a family gathering or a catch-up session with friends. Their specials:

  • Handi Biryani 
  • Momo Platter
  • Veg Tongue Twister 
Location: Gairidhara, Kathmandu Opening Hours: 8:00 am to 10:00 pm Online Payment: Accepted  Meal for 2: Rs 2,500 Reservation: 01-4445516 Parking Space: Available