Patan Museum Café
Formerly the residence of the Malla kings, the section of the palace surrounding Keshav Narayan Chowk now houses one of the finest...
Forming the whole eastern side of Durbar Sq, the Royal Palace of Patan was originally built in the 14th century, but was expanded...
The entry to Patan Museum is through the superb Golden Gate. Installed in 1734, this finely engraved and gilded gateway is topped by a...
Patan Museum Café information
In the rear courtyard of the Patan Museum, this pleasant open-air place is run by the team behind the Summit Hotel. It survived the earthquake with minor damage. It's a good place to take a break from museum- and temple-gazing, and the garden terrace setting feels elegant and refined, though both the service and food suffer during the lunchtime group rush. You don’t need to buy a museum ticket to eat at the cafe. Reserve a table at lunchtime.