Pokhara, March 27 : Considering the difficulties facing the foreign tourists during the week-long lockdown, the Restaurant and Bar Association of Nepal (REBAN) has decided to open six restaurants for them. The REBAN’s President Bimsen Bhujel said that the decision was taken in view of the inconvenience caused to the foreign tourists visiting Pokhara and stranded here.
A nation-wide lockdown was enforced by the government of Nepal since last Tuesday to contain the spread of COVID-19. The restaurants in various places in Pokhara and serving different cuisines will be opened for the tourists. Mount Kailash Resort and Great Wall Restaurant at Lakeside, Moondance Restaurant at Barahichowk, Hotel Glacier at Gaurighat, Samrat Tandoori at Centre Point and Daddy’s Kitchen at Birauta will be opened, Bhujel said.
Greatwall Restaurant specializes in the Chinese cuisine while Samrat Tandoori deals in Indian restaurant specifically. Rest other restaurants serve regular food items. The restaurant staffers will observe maximum precautions against the deadly virus, it was shared. RSS