Sasa: Twa Restaurant is an expansion of Sasa D'Newa, established in 2010. It is built and focused solely on providing its visitors with an authentic Newari cultural experience. Sasa: Twa has created its unique way of attracting visitors with architecture that reflects ancient Newari heritage along with the food items that are unavailable anywhere on demand. Based on the idea of a Newa locality, Sasa: Twa’s clay-tiled buildings replicate the houses of yore made in a rectangular fashion, forming a courtyard, chuka in Nepal Bhasa. Bricks and carved wooden window sill make the structures of Sasa: Twa and sets a mood that will set you in a nostalgic journey.

To top it off, the core Newa cuisine is served in traditional dinnerware made of brass with the highest of hospitality a Newa establishment could offer. It is Sasa: Twa, after all.


The ambiance of the restaurant envelopes you in the richness of its traditional design.



Located at the heart of Kirtipur, or Kipu in Nepal Bhasa, one of the most musically blessed cities in the valley, this newly opened Sasa: Twa radiates a rich indigenous Newari sensibility. The ambiance of the restaurant envelopes you in the richness of its traditional design as Sasa: Twa has been thoughtfully created to reflect cultural aspects. To radiate a rich indigenous Newari sensibility, the Sasa: Twa has been fashioned to look like a cluster of typical Newari households--complete with traditional mud-and-brick cottages with wooden beams and slate tiles.

Sasa: Twa welcomes discerning diners with a Newari-style setting, with seductive aromas of authentic local cuisine emanating from the open kitchen at the corner. This casual eatery features a gamut of unpretentious traditional Newari cuisine, including some of the most exotic foods and drinks that people rarely get to sample in other Newari joints around Kathmandu, Patan, and Bhaktapur.


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