To spend an evening at Krishnarpan, the Nepali speciality restaurant at Dwarika's, is to take a culinary journey through the fascinating terrains and cuisines of Nepal. Serving the finest Nepali of Nepali flavours, Krishnarpan is a slow dining experience reminiscent of the ritual feasts enjoyed by the Kathmandu Valley's Newari community.
Meals range from six to twenty two courses and are prepared using the freshest vegetables from the Dwarika's own farms. The courses are offered on traditional brass and earthenware, and served by hostesses representing Nepal's diverse ethnic communities.
The Japanese restaurant at Dwarika's takes its name from its host, Mako-san. A keen interest in Buddhism first brought her to Nepal over three decades ago and since then, her heart has remained firmly here.
An intimate Japanese fine dining experience, Mako's offers traditional Japanese food served in a warm and stylish setting. The minimalistic and Zen-like décor is inspired by Mako-san's spirituality. Combined with 14th century Nepali architecture, the restaurant offers a unique setting that highlights the similitude between two civilisations.
Dwarika's multi-cuisine all day restaurant offers a combination of Nepali flavours along with popular world cuisines. Toran's menu can be enjoyed in the restaurant or in the hotel's spacious courtyards – an ideal location for all day lounging and informal dining.
The Fusion Bar overlooks a swimming pool that replicates 12th century royal baths, complete with intricately carved stone spouts. Open throughout the day and late into the night, the bar offers an elegant environment in which to sip exotic fruit cocktails and aperitifs, or for enjoying an after-dinner cigar or nightcap. It is the spot to meet, drink and converse. The Fusion celebrates Friday evenings with a live band and a special Nepali barbeque.