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The Chimney Fine Dining

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There is something about the dining room centered around the warm glow, or the history, or the savory food, a night in The Chimney, whether an intimate dinner for two or a festive gathering of friends becomes a story to be told again and again.
Operating Hours
6.00 p.m. to 10.00 p.m.
( closed from 1st July until 31st September )
Seating capacity
70 guests

At the time when the longest standing restaurant of its quality was created, the path to The Chimney was just a series of dirt lanes winding between stone houses in the jewel of the medieval Kathmandu Valley. In a fairytale land of not so long ago, the infamous Boris Lissanevitch established The Chimney. Boris' name alone conjures up legends of his unheeded extravagance and enigmatic adventures; famed Russian ballet dancer, entrepreneur, and entertainer of royalty, the tradition of the unprecedented Boris and his Chimney Restaurant continues to this day.

By night, the handcrafted, open, copper-shafted fireplace blazes and the vaulted ceilings of The Chimney are illuminated with the shadows of myths as tall as Everest. Boris' original recipes live on as his famous Borstch is served as well as the Smoked Bekti, Chicken a la Kiev, and the flaming baked Alaska Sagarmatha.

Traditional favorites are honored while an inspired international menu at The Chimney achieves distinction of its own. With a palette of fresh ingredients, is refined with masterful innovation. Savor Rack of Lamb with an Eggplant and Sesame Ragout and relish the piquant Tartare of Smoked Salmon with Wasabi, but be warned, new creations are always coming out to tempt you.

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  • The Chimney Restaurant
  • The Pub
  • Piano Lounge
  • Hotel Yak & Yeti Facade
  • The Sunrise Cafe