Patan Museum Cafe

A remnant of the grandeur once held by the kings of the Malla era, Patan Museum is one of the highlights of Newari culture. The museum is located in Durbar Square, or Palace Square, in Patan, once home to royalty who held sway over Kathmandu valley. The “chowk”, or courtyard, is the centerpiece of this remarkable restoration project, undertaken in 1982 with the help of the Austrian government. Surrounded by centuries old brick and wood, molded into a lasting tribute to Newari art and architecture, it truly is a step into the glorious history of this city.

At the Patan Museum Café, a set “a la carte” menu is in place, with a large seating capacity. This points to a perfect setting for pre-booked groups, live musical performances, and various exhibitions and galas, further testament to the appeal of Patan Museum.

Opening Hours:
9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Special dinner or Event
6:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Bookings: +977-1-5526271/ +9741145431|

Clean, quiet and great service

The Summit has what almost no other places in Nepal do: clean rooms, quiet compound, and great service.
The breakfast is amazing, and the seating area outside is something you truly appreciate when you’ve been in the country for a while.
The hotel is situated a bit higher up than downtown, so you’re more or less over the smog.
The location is really good too, with lots of great restaurants in walking distance – not to mention Patan Durbar Square.
My only critique is that the food (besides breakfast) is not very exciting or particularly tasty – not for the price they take for it! Also the service in the restaurant doesn’t live up to the the standard of the rest of the hotel: it is ridiculously slow, and unorganized.

- Stayed March 2013, traveled on business