We are neither vegetarians nor vegans. [caption id="attachment_18824" align="alignleft" width="232"] Our vegetarian Greek Wrap[/caption] When we are alone and cook for ourselves most of the food we make is based on vegetables. Not because it is something we decide deliberately. It just happens that way. Same with our menu at Tings Kathmandu – without really thinking about it our menu just became more and more vegetarian/vegan. And NO – it’s not because the hotel is in Nepal where most restaurants are vegetarian – we never make local food – only international items like Italian pizzas & pastas, Vietnamese Summer Rolls, Japanese Maki Rolls, Spanish Gazpacho, French Onion Soup and lots of different salads and omelets. If your curious to know about what kind of food we will serve at Tings Lisbon, have a look at the menu we served for the >200 VIP guests at the Danish Embassy in Kathmandu when the Danish Crown Prince visited Nepal in 2015.
Most of these items will be included in Lisbon together with the new dishes we can make from the fantastic ingredients we get access to here in Graça and a few new Kathmandu + Lisbon ideas we get inspired to through in our new life. Like our new Tings falafel – chick peas is one of the ingredients Nepal and Portugal have in common 🙂[caption id="attachment_18806" align="aligncenter" width="419"] How come nobody makes their own bagels? This is one of the 3 we have as Today’s-Special at Tings Kathmandu – with egg salad. Home-made of course[/caption]
In 2016 I quit my job and sold everything I owned, packed my backpack and bought a one-way flight ticket. Right now I’m traveling around the world by myself and my ultimate goal is to visit every country in the world. In this blog, I’m sharing my adventures and travel tips with you. Check out Gabriela’s 5 best vegetarian restaurants in Lisbon on her Here And There Blog. Be careful not to read too much about her travels. It’s very addictive!]]>
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