Choyla refers to Nepal dish of roasted/grilled (Haku Choyla) or boiled (Mana Choyla), diced, water buffalo meat or other meat, like pork, heavily spiced and eaten with flat, beaten rice. Choyla is also often eaten as an appetizer with liquor. Choyla is a Newari food. Newars are the indigenous people of the Kathmandu Valley in Nepal. Choyla is also known or spelled as Chhoyla or Choyala.

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