People who look forward to the thrill of shaking body when there are no stars and want to explore clubs in the weekend because the annoyance of being confined to one place is being outweighed by the visceral thrill of being something new that gives you an international feel then the Deja Vu club can be the best choice.
Sometimes, it’s not only about a holiday or a form of relaxation, sipping daiquiris on an unspoiled tropical beach or trekking in the mountains. It’s also about the tedious act itself, just letting yourself free and allowing yourself to paint the town in the weekend.
Located in Durbarmarg, Kathmandu, Déjà vu is becoming the singled out place for many people. What hits you like a sledgehammer is an ambiance and lighting. Silenced by the gorgeousness of a dish, one can trip the light in the music played by DJs. You cannot stay without shaking your body. You can get an array of cuisine which is available at reasonable price. It’s a place where you can dance like no one is watching you. The waiters are very cool and friendly. Don’t worry, you won’t feel klutzy to order the drinks.
On a good night when there are stars, the meal you take sails along on a river of alcohol and your spirit. So, if you are bored of same schedules on the weekend and tired of the bottled-water selection at home, then Déjà vu shouldn’t be missed out.
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