In order to boost gastronomy tourism in the country, Nepal’s hospitality industry recently launched a cookbook and videos of 30 Nepali food items prepared by expert chefs. This is the first ever effort by Nepal tourism to attract visitors by promoting Nepali dishes and globalising Nepali cuisine. The campaign is part of the NTB’s ongoing initiative to promote gastronomy tourism under the theme ‘Experience Nepal: Cuisine & Culture.’The event was jointly organised by Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) and Hotel Association Nepal (HAN) under public-private-partnership (PPP) model, aims to boost the tourism by showcasing Nepal’s diverse food culture. “This is an exemplary event under the PPP model. We should tell the world that Nepal has varieties of food,” said Deepak Raj Joshi, CEO, NTB.The food items included Kwati, Sisne Jhol, Phando, Jwano ko Jhol, Pancha Kwa, Chukur Khanda, Karesabari, Chukauni, Timure Aalu, Fulaura, Sekuwa, Sandheko, Tareko, Usineko, Pakku, Chhoyla, Momo, and Chatanmari amongst others. The items were selected from 200 food categories collected from different Nepali communities.Rabindra Adhikari, Tourism Minister said that the government would continue to support this kind of campaign. “Gastronomy tourism is a new product. Although it’s late, we have at least started the campaign to globalise our dishes,” he added. According to HAN, the selected food items have been tested and certified by the government’s Department of Food Technology and Quality Control.
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