Katmandu is an exotic and appealing Indian restaurant in the heart of Buenos Aires. Its typical decoration re-creates the ambience of this faraway ... More
Katmandu is an exotic and appealing Indian restaurant in the heart of Buenos Aires. Its typical decoration re-creates the ambience of this faraway country with Hindu statuettes, rugs, and sculptures. The dim light, spicy scents, and a menu filled with so-called aphrodisiac dishes, make up the perfect place for having dinner with your significant other. The exclusive Hindu recipes are guarded with zeal by India-born chefs Suresh & Noor. Among the top choices are Chicken Tandori, curries, preparations with lamb meat, savory sauces, and Chapatti bread. Also there is a selection of the best beverages and infusions from the Indian culture such as Cardamom Tea and a milk-based liqueur. Expect to pay approximately $55 per couple
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