It was in 1973 when Kathmandu’s days as the hippie capital were almost over and hordes of flower
children had started heading home, that the seeds of the Nanglo Chain of restaurants was sown -
Cafe de Park had opened its doors to customers in Ratnapark. Droves of Trippies were yet to come
but the action had already started from dilapidated Durbar Square to trendy Durbar Marg. In 1976
Cafe de Park evolved into the Nanglo Cafe and Pub, and now to Sams One Tree Cafe to its present
location in Durbarmarg.
Our motto from day one has been to cater to the local clientele and introduce quality service and
dining facilities that lacked in Kathmandu initially. We have stuck by it and it gives us immense
pleasure to see the difference we have brought into the lives of Kathmanduites over the years.
Nepali custom says “Athiti Dev Bhawa” in other words “Guests are Gods” and is believed that they
should be treated and looked after with utmost care. Nanglo has abided by this belief.
Since the opening till now we have added several branches to the plant that we sowed years ago.
Latest addition to the branch has been our chain of restaurants, resorts and guest houses.
In 2018, our Company is 42 years old. It has seen the birth and weddings of grandchildren of its
oldest staff and customers! From a 6 member company it has grown to a 600 member company.
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