Himalayan Java Coffee opens new outlet in Sinamangal
Himalayan Java Coffee has opened a new outlet in Kathmandu’s Sinamangal. The cafe is located across from the DHL Express point. Until now, the closest Himalayan Java coffee shops to this neighborhood were Himalayan Java Coffee Airport and Battisputali.
Himalayan Java Coffee Sinamangal can easily host up to 50 customers at a time in the main seating, and 10 in al fresco. The parallel meeting room can accommodate 7 people and offers amenities such as a TV screen and printer. The interiors of Java Sinamangal are quite identical to that of Java Purbi Dhoka, with all white and yellow lights paired together.
In addition to Java’s world of espresso and coffee alternatives, the eatery’s open kitchen offers breakfast, salads, burgers, and spaghetti, among others. The menu is slightly different from other Java outlets but offers most of the must-haves.
Himalayan Java is celebrating the opening of its Sinamangal outlet by bringing back its 1999 menu, offering the same old drinks at the same old prices. For instance, the regular Espresso at Java costs 170 NPR, but you can have it at just 45 NPR under this menu. Likewise, the offer price for Cafe Mocha is 85 NPR against the regular 395 NPR. Of course, there’s a catch –– the 1999 menu is only valid from 9am to 5pm till May 9. The coffee chain first re-introduced this menu at its Heritage Plaza outlet for a month.