The first gay-owned & -managed café bar & restaurant in Nepal. PINK Tiffany offers an extensive menu of snacks and drinks at very reasonable prices.
In the evening, you can find local members of the LGBTQI community enjoying themselves. A great place to eat, drink and make new friends. Located on a small alley off Freak street.
weekday: 10:00 - 22:00
weekend: 10:00 - 22:00
venue: bar (酒吧) | features: bar, music, cafe, restaurant, free wi-fi (酒吧, 音乐, 咖啡馆, 餐厅, 免费无线上网) | customers: mixed | attracts: All types
A charming little haven in the heart of Kathmandu old city
“I was excited to learn of the first LGBT bar/bistro Pink Tiffany after living in Kathmandu for over four years. I found the bar on the "Freak Street" (the old hippie hang-out) right next to Basantapur Durbar Square, and it was a charming little hide-out with two cosy floors in an old building. Both the owner and staff were friendly and music was great. It served local cuisine and shisha, both well prepared. The ambiance is very relaxed and soothing, much like the neighbourhood of Kathmandu's old quarter. Not a place for hook-up or wild parties, but definitely worth hanging out for a drink and a smile!“
Justin on 08-12-2016 | Problem with this review?
“This venue is not worth a visit. Its very small, very dirty and it looks rather like living room with few coffee tables and bus style seats. When I arrived there was no-one except the staff sitting with his friends. I can't imagine to order a food in such place. Very hard to find, the name in the building, is half destroyed. To come here is a lost of energy and time. No taxi driver in Kathmandu knows Freak street. I would not recommend to anyone to pay a visit, this place is definitely not worth it. Homesexuality in Nepal is widely not accepted by the society and 99% of gays are living in the closet. There can't be expectation to find a place where gays openly meet. I think if this place should attract people, the owners should definitely decorate it and keep it clean. To put some visible sign on the venue would be advisable as well.“
Martin on 11-09-2016 | Problem with this review?
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