Bhakka is a traditional dish for Rajbanshi, Tharu, and Tajpuria people, as this dish is called. However, it has become incredibly popular in the eastern Terai in the last two decades and is now also creeping into the Kathmanduites palates. You definitely don’t need me to tell you where to get your bhakka if you’re from the East Terai. Nevertheless, you can try this dish at Bhakka House, a new restaurant in Old Baneshwor dedicated exclusively to bhakka, for the rest of us valley dwellers. The thing that makes lovers of bhakka come back for this dish over and over again is its flavor. It has a soft spongy texture which is thoroughly enjoyed by most who try it. Good taste, bhakka is pretty bland. Simply made of rice flour and water, it tastes like plain rice. His accompaniments are what gives the dish its flavor. If you like to try new food and if you are interested in exploring traditional Nepalese cuisine, we suggest that you try at least once this dish.