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Delicious cooking class! Highly recommend!

I had a wonderful morning with Ansu and Hema cooking 7 Nepali dishes. I was a welcomed with a warm cup of masala tea and they adapted the menu around my dietary requirements (GF) which I really appreciated. Lots of hands on chopping and cooking with them in the kitchen whilst making as many notes as possible to make sure I can recreate accurately! All 7 dishes we made were absolutely delicious, and the way they arranged it all was great. Dishes were: Dahl, chicken curry, matar paneer, spinach, cauliflower, pickle & rice

Mami Iwata, Japan
April 2024

Amazing Home Cooked Meal!

First time in Nepal and our flight was delayed. The team gave us great support, made sure everything was in order. The team was heartwarming from the start. We made momos, dalbat, chatānmari, both non veg. and veg version. She taught us the basic Nepali spices, and Nepalese daily life. All the dishes were super delicious, leaving us full and happy. She is a wonderful cook, and a teacher. I highly recommend adding this to your itinerary! Thank you for a wonderful stay!.
Japan, April 2024

Charlotte C
November 2022

Wonderful Nepali cooking class!

I’ve just returned home from a spectacular trip to Nepal! As a part of this, I was offered an unexpected and fantastic opportunity to participate in a Nepali cuisine cooking class!

This class is offered by the sweet wife of our most excellent tour operator, Rajan (owner of Earthbound Expeditions, please see my review of our wonderful experience with him!)

Our driver took us to the lovely neighborhood where they live.. surrounded by rice fields and pretty gardens.. we were welcomed into their home as the class took place in their kitchen!

Anshu greeted the three of us and together we set the menu.. masala tea, sautéed mustard greens, Dal (lentils), Masu (chicken), Pickle Salad, rice, Chapati (aka Aalooparattia which is a fantastic potato filled bread like tortilla!) and of course.. my much beloved chicken MoMo’s!

K. J.
September 2022

Good Experience

This is the family place and also good for yoga and meditation, best location and the hospitality is so good at home stay. Thank you for everything Rajan. 
The cooking class was a fabulous experience that we did with Anshu. We were like a family in that place.

Sepehr Koja
September 2022

A cultural experience in Nepal 

I stayed at the Himanshu homestay for 4 nights and I had a lovely time. The location was peaceful and scenic, away from the hustle and bustle. The accommodation was in close proximity to shops, spiritual places as well as to some touristy spots. The view from the top was simply breathtaking and I witnessed fantastic sunrise and sunsets.

The host family was simply charming, accommodating and extremely hospitable, catering to all my needs like my own family. We bonded over meals, conversations and short outings. The meals prepared by Anshu was amazing and it was a fantastic cultural experience learning about the cooking, ingredients and preparation. I was taken by the family to the Pashupatinath Temple (an eye-opening experience), one of the world heritage sites on the very auspicious Shivarathri day and Rajan ji shared all details pertaining to the significance of the event. Best of all, i loved the company of Rajan Ji's son, Arjesh, who is simply a joy to have around. So wise and so cultured for a 10 year old.

February 2022

Quiet place to stay in Katmandu
You will enjoy your trip to this beautiful family place. Everyone will take care of you and it's a quiet place in Katmandou. You could enjoy the area with the family, eat with them and have very nice discussion about the Nepali culture.

Vrillu, France
February 2022

Nepal Homestay and Cooking Class

I had a wonderful time at the Himanshu Homestay Nepal. While the accommodations are modest, the neighborhood was pleasantly quiet so that I was able to get great nights sleep. There are nice sized rooms with toilet and hot water shower. The rooms overlook a garden with patio, so it feels even more spacious. It was wonderful to be included in such a gracious way with a Nepalese family after my long trek to EBC. Anshu Simkhada and her extended family made me feel very comfortable and at home. I really enjoyed the cooking lesson though. It was a full on DalBhat marathon. I learned many tips and tricks from my teacher Anshu, who makes the best DalBhat ever. I also learned how to make pickle, Aalu Paratha, and the infamous Momos. Not only could I take notes but I was also involved in chopping, mixing, stirring, rolling, and stuffing. Thank you so much for sharing Nepal cuisine with me and making it accessible. I can’t wait to try this out on my friends and family in the USA.
Asheville, North Carolina Nov 2019

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