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MasterSafe Runner-up Santosh Shah in Kathmandu, Nepali Resort to teach the originality of food

Kathmandu. Nepal’s Santosh Shah, who became the first runner-up in BBC reality show MasterSafe, is coming to Kathmandu tonight.

According to the government’s policy, he will stay in the hotel quarantine for a few weeks. Shah, who dreamed of making Nepali cuisine global, became famous all over the world.

Santosh, who has garnered a lot of attention by making Nepali kodo kheer, has decided to promote food in Nepal as well. Hotelier Karna Shakya has invited Shah to his Park Village resort.

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Shakya has commented on the picture saying that he will introduce Shah to how original Nepali food is made. Santosh, who hails from Siraha, Nepal, was also the head cook of Cinnamon Kitcher in London.

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