There is a wide array of table games, some weird Japanese Chinese game with a screen in the table where you use a joystick to shoot fish, and a few slots.
For slots you exchange Indian or Nepalese currency for 8 rupee tokens to put into the slots. We played on a standard 777 bar bar bar type slot from Harrahs from the likely 70s Era. When you are done, you can exchange a minimum of 100 tokens back to the cashier to receive Nepalese bills.
There are no photos or video allowed in the casino and the employees hover over your shoulder. The place on a Sunday afternoon was empty but I had some hot tea, a bit of fun on the slots, and decent bathrooms when needed.
There were digital slot machines with a 1000 token minimum that I wish had more playability.