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  • personBricks Cafe
  • person2023-09-13 05:54:15
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It’s already been more than two months of lockdown and while we are all missing to be back on the road, wander around the hills and the plains of our beautiful country or even just stroll around the old settlements few of us call home, we also miss not needing to eat dal-bhat-tarkari at home all the time and just have a delicious dining experience at our favorite restaurants with our loved ones.

If you’re like one of us, then we’re pretty sure you have also dug up recipes from the internet (or your trusted friends) and tried cooking at home. From momos to pasta to sandwiches, we have tried everything and anything we could think of and craved. We’ve tried having a momo party on Zoom with our friends and realized it’s not the same because momos definitely don’t even look the same. We’ve tried making pasta together while being on the video call and got on each other’s nerves even before the online date began as one of us kept asking to repeat the recipes. We’ve cooked hurriedly and almost burnt the fried chicken during our family get together on Facebook Messenger. And while experimenting like this is all fun for the first few times, it gets tedious with the dishes not even tasting the same like that from restaurants. Thankfully, we don’t have to worry about cravings and cooking anymore as one of our favorite joints in Kathmandu, Bricks Cafe, is not only back in business, but they are better than ever.

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