A really enjoyable few hours spent in Kathmandu. We booked this for our last day after eating and loving momos so much, and it was so interesting and a very well run class. The guide was professional and extremely helpful with translation, while the family doing the class were so welcoming and funny. All the preparation and making was done by us with help from the master - very hands on and we felt fully involved. At the end the momos we made were delicious and everyone sat around chatting and the son of the family played music on his wooden flute. It was such a lovely class, thank you so much to everyone involved in it!
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