Location: Dwarika’s Hotel
Establishment: Japanese Restaurant
Cost: 1500 – 2000 Nrs for a decent meal and drink
Near by walking: Krishnapan (Dwarika’s), etc
Dwarika’s Hotel, it’s Krishnapan (traditional Newari), and it’s western-style continental restaurant are already highly successful and offer an amazing array of foods, so it’s hard to think why the establishment chose to open a Japanese restaurant, except so as to capture all possible traffic from its guests and well-to-do Kathmandu patrons.
Indeed, Makos (makes me think of shark fin soup, neh?) seems poised to snare the attention of any Japanese food connoisseur, offering standard fare with flair.
I ate a set course meal, so did not get to peruse the choices; from what I had, it seems the usual sushi/sashimi make an appearance along with Miso soup, tempura of various kinds, and stir fries as well.
Makos isn’t as inexpensive as some other Japanese restaurants in town, but it certainly is one of the classier ones.
No free wifi per-se, and parking is limited to what you can get at Dwarika’s, but sophistication and style, and sheer convenience if you’re already staying there, are worth something.
Posted from Kathmandu, Central Region, Nepal.