fbpx
More

    Top Fast Food Restaurant Chains in Nepal

    Within the past ten years, fast-food chains have been rising heavily in Nepal. Whether you’re craving a juicy, cheesy burger, or simply want a quick meal on the go, there are no shortages of fast-food restaurants in Nepal. But ever wondered what the biggest fast-food chains in Nepal are?

    Whether, you’re looking for fried chicken, rolls or a classic plate of momo, here, we’ve compiled the 7 best fast-food chains in Nepal!

    1. KFC

    To say KFC Nepal started out with a bang would be an understatement! Back when it launched in 2009, people lined up in queues spanning several meters just to get into the restaurant; and it has been growing strong ever since. Since its inception, it has opened 7 outlets and most of them are super packed on an average day. While there were some hiccups regarding labour issues in between, KFC was able to shake it off and operate as normal. 

    Where | Durbarmarg, Kathmandu | Bluebird Mall, Tripureshwor | Labim Mall, Pulchowk | Thimi, Bhatbhateni 
    Website | https://kfc.com.np/ 
    Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/KFCNepal 
    Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/kfcnepal/ 

    2. Pizza Hut

    Launching at the same time as KFC, Pizza Hut has also seen massive success. The types of pizzas offered by Pizza Hut were (and are) pretty unique and thus it was able to instantly capture the hearts of Nepali people. Their stuffed crust pizzas especially, are to die for. The service is always wonderful and the ambience is excellent. Overall, Pizza Hut is most people’s first choice when we’re craving cheesy pizzas.

    Where | Durbarmarg, Kathmandu | Bluebird Mall, Tripureshwor | Thimi, Bhatbhateni
    Website | N/A
    Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/PizzaHutNepal/
    Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/pizzahutnepal/

    3. Bota Mo:Mo

    Image credit: Tripadvisor

    Established in 2015, Bota Mo:Mo was an instant hit. Their promotion happened mostly through word of mouth thanks to the wide variety of momos and hygienic outlets, and soon enough, the tables at Bota were filled with groups of families and friends. They began rapidly expanding since then and now have 10 outlets in total. Bota decreased in popularity and gained some negative reviews in the past, however, they’re still growing and expanding so it’s safe to assume that the business is going well. 

    Where | Anamnagar, Kathmandu | Kamalpokhari, Kathmandu | Kausaltar, Bhaktapur
    Website | http://www.botamomo.com/
    Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/botarestaurant
    Instagram | https://instagram.com/bota___official

    4. KKFC

    Image credit: SANJOG MANANDHAR

    I’m sure not many of us were able to guess how successful KKFC would be when it was first launched. There are no shortages of KFC knockoffs in Nepal, however, none of them has been able to attain the level of success that KKFC has, let alone establish its own franchise. They’ve managed to create an identity and a consumer base for themselves, which is pretty impressive. 

    Where | People’s Plaza, Kathmandu | Old Baneshwor, Kathmandu | Kumaripati, Lalitpur
    Website | http://kkfcnepal.com.np/
    Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/kkfcnepal/
    Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/kkfcnepal/

    5. Chicken Station

    Image credit: Scootout

    Chicken Station is one the most popular fast food places for Nepali youths. Since its inception in 2017, it has gained immense popularity and opened many outlets. Its menu consists mostly of chicken dishes (as the name suggests) at a reasonable price. It is the go to spot for college students in between classes.

    Where | New Baneshwor, Kathmandu | Kumaripati, Lalitpur | Durbamarg, Kathmandu
    Website | N/A
    Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/Chickenstationnepal/
    Instagram | https://instagram.com/chickenstationdurbarmarg

    6. Valley Express

    Valley Express is another contender amongst the fried chicken giants. They have a highly popular discount offer every Tuesday that lets customers buy 24 pieces of chicken at only Rs. 900! Although it has comparatively fewer outlets, they still remain packed with people on an average afternoon.

    Where | Balaju chowk, Kathmandu | Maharajgunj, Kathmandu| 
    Website | https://www.valley.com.np/
    Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/ValleyXpress/
    Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/valleyxpress/

    7. Syanko Katti Rolls

    The name Syanko is almost synonymous with Katti rolls these days. Syanko was the first of its kind as no other fast food restaurant specialized in Katti rolls at the time. Starting out as a small outlet over a decade ago, they now have over 30 outlets all over Nepal. Their Katti rolls are packed with Nepali spices at an affordable price. 

    Where | Jawalakhel, Lalitpur | Sankhamul, Lalitpur | Lainchaur, Kathmandu | Ghathaghar, Bhaktapur | Thimi, Bhaktapur | MidtownGalleria, Pokhara | 
    Website | https://syankorolls.com
    Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/syankopage/
    Instagram | N/A

    Latest articles

    Fun Weekend Activities To Do In Kathmandu That You Probably Haven’t Thought Of

    There are many fun activities that you can do in Kathmandu other than visiting historical sites.

    How To Make An Account On Netflix In Nepal Even If You Don’t Have An International Card

    Did you know that you can create a Netflix account from Nepal without an international card?

    Spotify Finally Launching In Nepal!

    Music lovers rejoice; the world’s number one music streaming platform is finally set to launch in Nepal. Spotify currently announced that it...

    Emerging Fashion Trends for Women in the Year 2021

    Check out the emerging fashion trends of 2021!

    Related articles

    Leave a reply

    Please enter your comment!
    Please enter your name here