Entering Bhojan Griha is like stepping back in time. Through a carved wooden door attendants in national dress welcome visitors. Each of the 4 floors of the building represents one aspect of its rich history.
The first floor has a large dining room, Putali Baithak, and two adjoining areas. One is the Kamasutra bar and the other is a mini hall.
The décor and ceiling of Putali Baithak is similar to the Rana palaces in Kathmandu. Its architecture is neo-classical. This was introduced to Nepal by the first Rana Prime Minister, Jung Bahadur. His statue overlooks the dining area.
Dining in this restaurant is at low tables on floor chairs, as local Nepalese people dine.
Next to Putali Baithak is the Kamasutra Bar. This is decorated by traditional erotic wood carvings. Such carvings appear on numerous temples around Nepal. The ambiance of the bar creates a delightful atmosphere for a drink.
Behind the Kamasutra Bar is the Putali Baithak Mini Hall that can accommodate those wishing to have a private dining experience.