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Keeping Bohra Muslim culinary traditions alive—one meal at a time

Tasneem Shahani of Tasneem’s Kings Kitchen loves that people come back for her biryanis. But she hopes customers leave with not just a satisfied tummy but with knowing a bit about her rich culinary heritage, from which her dishes are inspired.Keeping Bohra Muslim culinary traditions alive—one meal at a time
In her 70-seater restaurant, located in an old, refurbished Newa style building in Pulchowk, Shahani serves delectable dishes that take hours to prepare and are all inspired from her culture Photo Courtesy: Tasneem’s Kings Kitchen
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Ankit Khadgi
Published at : November 25, 2020
Updated at : November 25, 2020 11:19
Kathmandu

Ankit Khadgi

Ankit Khadgi is culture and arts reporter for The Kathmandu Post. He previously worked for The Himalayan Times.


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