Wy wife noticed this unassuming little café while we were touring downtown Chatham on foot. Having a brother who spent a lot of time Nepal, she noticed the availability of momos and other Nepali fare and lobbied to give it a try. As our motel didn't serve breakfast, we came back the first morning in town and were very pleased. My wife ordered a Nepali-style omelet (open faced, looking like a pizza but with an interesting array of chopped and sautéed vegetables. She said it was interesting and delicious. Not feeling adventurous that early in the morning, I opted for a breakfast sandwich and got a very generous serving of egg and bacon with some kind of subtle sauce in place of the usual cheese. Very good. I was especially impressed to find not only the usual Boston and New York newspapers on the free reading table but also a copy of that day's Financial Times of London. I was very impressed. We had hoped to come back later to try more of the Nepali offerings, but it turned out not to be possible during our short stay.
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