A Gastronomic culinary affair with Kashmir's
Undoubtedly Kasmir is the most beautiful place on earth. That’s why we called it Paradise on earth. In the same way kashmiri food is so delicious and tasty like havens food.
Wazwan translates to mean an elaborate spread of 36 dishes, and is typically eaten by Kashmiris on special occasions. Hours go into preparing the food, and the meats are pounded till they are at their soft and succulent best. It's hard to imagine anyone eating this more than once or twice a year; that's how heavy and satisfying it is. Food Gali at Lal Chowk and Shamyana Restaurant serve the most authentic wazwan in the city.
It's on all the Indian menus in the cities, but the best place to order this mutton dish is at a restaurant in Kashmir. Oozing with spices and oil, it's worth every inch on the waist. Best eaten with rice or a hot naan.
All bakeries in Srinagar open early, so they're the perfect breakfast spot. There are several good ones in the Lal Chowk and Dalgate area, just pick one and ask for these local specialities: tsot (a round loaf of bread topped with poppy and sesame seeds), sheermal (their version of puff pastry), and kulchas which are delicious and extremely filling. Accompany these with a cup of sheer (salted tea). Also, Hollywood Bakery on Residency road is famous for its plum cake
Bismillah Restaurant on Jawahar Road has gained a reputation over the years for its delectably sweet-spicy Kashmiri pulao. Served with a generous helping of dry fruits and walnut chutney, it's like nothing you've tasted before.