Every place has a story. This term stands very true, especially for our Himalayan Java outlets throughout Nepal. From the stories about the view to the stories about the outlet running culture, all of our outlets have a unique story attached to it. Our outlets are ideal for family gathering, quick meetings, relaxation, or just enjoy the best coffee beverages in town.
Our only outlet located in a heritage building protected by the Department of Archaeology of Nepal, Himalayan Java Mangalbazar is a perfect amalgamation of History meeting modernism much like the Patan Durbar Square itself.
Located in Jomsom, the gateway to Muktinath Temple, we are situated at the famous Om’s Home. Our Jomsom outlet offers a beautiful view of Nilgiri Himal and is located in the heart of the town. Through this outlet, we intend to empower a rural community by providing training and hiring people from the community, while providing the same stupendous taste of Himalayan Java.
Our Namche outlet is in the famous Khumbu Lodge, one of the oldest family-run hotels situated in the heart of Namche Bazaar. At 3443 meters, Namche Bazaar is the hub of the Everest region. This project is also part of our contribution towards the local community of Namche.
The place where it all started, Himalaya Java Thamel presents itself as the Renaissance of coffee culture in Nepal. Our Thamel outlet boasts traditional architecture and bar with comfortable sofas and high-speed internet creating the perfect ambience for meetings or even just a coffee date.
Flaunting minimalistic and rustic modern ambience, Himalayan Java Boudha is one of our most visited outlets in Nepal. Located at the UN world heritage site, Himalayan Java Boudha offers you an exceptional view of the Boudha Stupa.
Himalayan Java Basantapur offers a chic, modern and simplistic design ambience. This outlet offers you an amazing view of the Basantapur Durbar Square. An ideal setting for meeting with brainstorming sessions, here we brew coffee while our customers brew ideas for business start-ups.
This outlet is located in the heart of the tourist district of Nepal, Thamel. Most of the design concept is dedicated to coffee. The light covers are made of used coffee filter paper and even the ceiling is covered with coffee husk produced while roasting.