Choila: Choila is a famous Newari dish made from spicy grilled buffalo meat. Though the dish is traditionally popular buffalo meat, these days mutton, chicken, duck meat and mushroom are also being used. Generally, this dish is eaten with rice flakes, it is very spicy and hot.
Momo: Momo is a popular food in Nepal. Momo are dumplings of a bite size filled with seasoned stuffing.The dish is normally steamed, although there are other varieties of the dish. Other varieties called KotheyMomo (fried) and C-Momo (served with a spicy hot soup) come from the dish, although it is said that the dish originated in Tibet.
Sekuwa: Sekuwa is meat roasted in a natural wood fire in a traditional Nepalese country style. And while the meat is still raw, it is mixed with natural herbs and spices and other ingredients. Sekuwa can be made with beef, pork, goat, chicken or with a mixture. Sekuwa is very famous in Nepal.
Bara: Bara is a kind of lentil bread and a typical Newari snacks that is similar to a black lentil pancake. Bara is one of Nepal's most popular street foods, the perfect start for a Kathmandu food tour.
Alu Tama: AluTama is a very popular type of unique curry in a Nepalese dish. Alu means “Potato” and Tama means the “Bamboo Shoots”.
It has a unique sour taste and is made with various ingredients. Adding of beans and buffalo meat gives the extra taste to it. Especially in the Newari community, this curry is very famous and you can taste the best Alu Tama in Newari restaurants.
Thenthuk: Thenthuk known as Shyakpa in Sherpa language, is a traditional Himalayan Tibetan noodle soup enjoyed by Sherpa, Tamang, and Tibetan communities from upper regions of Nepal (The dish is very popular and you can find everywhere from street food to high-class restaurants).
Sukuti: Sukuti (jerky) is a unique Nepalese dish made of dried meat such as beef (or buffalo) which is cut into thinly sliced and marinated in cumin, turmeric, black pepper, coriander, chili, ginger and garlic. It can be eaten as it is, but it can be charbroiled and spiced as well then served as a snack or appetizer.
Chowmein: Chowmein is another food you will commonly find in Nepal. This fried noodle mixed with meat or veggies hit the menu of almost every restaurant that you visit Nepal. Noodle is one of Nepal's most popular snack foods and you will also love the fried noodle's taste, the Chowmein.
Alu Saadeko: Alu Saadeko is a spicy potato salad typical Nepali style that can be served as an appetizer or a side dish for a meal. It is easy to make and perks up any meals.