It doesn't look like much from the outside, but the chef, Chitra, was trained in one of the resorts. The prices are much lower then in the resorts. You might have to wait a while until it's done. Arrak or beer available. Chicken steak sizzler, chicken burger, or lasagna.
On the banks of the Rapti River opposite the national park. Peaceful with sunset views. Budget and luxury rooms, all with view onto the park. Colourful and easygoing Dutch and Nepali management.
Small family-run restaurant, decorated in local style, with lots of surprises on the menu. Best coffee in town.
For budget travellers and backpackers. Owned and managed by an ornithologist from South Asia.
Nice, clean rooms with many amenities. Subas, the owner, is a very kind and helpful man.
Sauraha, Chitwan District, lies just across the Rapti River from Chitwan National Park. It is the eastern gateway to the park. The town provides tourism services including jungle safaris and primarily caters to tourists. Beginning literally as small and very quaint Tharu village of mud and daub huts and houses, with a half dozen mud and daub hotels, it has grown, for good or ill, into a small quiet town full of Western-style hotels/resorts, restaurants, Internet cafes, and gift shops.