Hilarious Nepali Descriptions of Foreign Food

We all love food.

Even when we say no to another piece of cake in fear of getting fat — we still love food. More so, we love snacking on foreign dishes and going out for dinners, taking a break from our usual daal-bhat.

However, many Nepali foods have been hiding under the guise of foreign foods right under our nose (pun intended). Just like the ones below. Read on to find out!

  1. 1 Pizza


    Chatamari packed his bags and flew off to Italy. He stayed at a hotel where his bed was an oven, and olives and cheese was his blanket. 

  2. 2 Doughnut


    Selroti finally won the DV Lottery. A year later, he developed an American accent. All his pimples were gone and he began living under the name Doughnut.

  3. 3 Sushi


    With everyone calling him ugly, macha-bhat decided it was time he got an expensive makeover. He likes to be called Sushi now. 

  4. 4 Virgin Mojito


    Once upon a time, a glass of kaagati-paani met pudina and soda. That's what we know as Virgin Mojito today.

  5. 5 Hash Brown


    One day, an aalu chop ran away from the local chiya pasal. Later, he got adopted by expensive restaurants. They call him Hash Brown now. 

  6. 6 Taco


    Once paapad threw a party. At the end of the day chicken, veggies, and, salsa stayed back to clean up the mess. They taught paapad the bow pose (yoga) and aajkal ko bacha haru know him as Taco. 

  7. 7 Pancake


    One day, gilo roti decided to step out of the stereotype and be whoever he wanted to be. He wanted to be a cake.

    Cake re? Hahaha! *rolls on the floor laughing*

    Did you identify all these Nepali food that have been hiding under foreign names? Do you know which food our keen eye missed out on?

    Let us know in the comments below!

What do you think?

Written by Dipshikha Giri

Secretly observing the life of Nepali hoomans. Serial chips and coke eater. Likes to pet stray dogs and randomly meows at any cat.

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